Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve provides a vivid historical record of Pacific Northwest history, including the first exploration of Puget Sound by Captain George Vancouver in 1792; early settlement by Colonel Isaac Ebey, an important figure in Washington Territory; growth and settlement resulting from the Oregon Trail and the Westward migration; the Donation Land Laws (1850-1855); and the continued growth and settlement of the town of Coupeville.
Plane - A small airport is located near Oak Harbor, WA. It offers daily flights to and from Seattle-Tacoma airport.
From Seattle via ferry: Take I-5 north; turn onto SR 525 at exit 182 and proceed to the Mukilteo ferry terminal. The ferry sailing takes about 1/2 hour. Once on Whidbey Island, proceed north on SR 525 about 26 miles to Coupeville.
From the Olympic Peninsula via ferry: Take the Port Townsend-Keystone ferry from Port Townsend to Whidbey Island. The ferry sailing takes about 3/4 hour. Once on Whidbey Island, proceed north on SR 525 about 26 miles to Coupeville.