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Coupeville is a small town close to Fort Casey National Park.

Get in[edit]

One reasonable and economical multimodal way to get to Coupeville from Seattle or other East Sound points is to first go to Mukilteo, either driving (there's plenty of parking) or by bus. Then take the ferry to Clinton (~20 min) and Island Transit Line 1 to Coupeville (a little under one hour).

By bus[edit]

  • Island Transit, [1]. Free, Monday to Friday only.

By boat[edit]

  • Washington State Ferries, [2]. There is a ferry connecting Coupeville and Port Townsend [3]. As mentioned above, another ferry to links Clinton, about an hour away on southern Whidbey Island, to Mukilteo.

Get around[edit]

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  • Fort Casey State Park. Is an old World War 2 battle fort. With old guns. This was in use, but was never attacked. This was a just in case attacked battle fort.  edit

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  • Compass Rose Inn. Built in 1890, this is the perfect place to stay right in Coupeville.  edit
  • The Blue Goose Inn. This old inn has two houses to stay: The James and Keturah Coupe Gillespie House (1891) and the John and Jane Kineth House (1887). Both are beautiful. The other place to stay.  edit


Get out[edit]

Routes through Coupeville
Port Townsend ← Car ferry ←  SW noframe NE  Oak HarborBurlington
END  NW noframe SE  ClintonLynnwood

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