Deception Pass Hiking   There are many hiking trails to enjoy around beautiful Whidbey Island, especially around our popular Deception Pass.  Click Here

Deception Pass State Park  The park has a number of recreational opportunities, including campgrounds and multiple hiking trails, beaches, and tidepools. Click Here

Pacific Northwest Naval Air Museum   The PBY Memorial Foundation is dedicated to preserve the PBY seaplanes as well as all aircraft that have been based and flown out from NAS Whidbey Island. Click Here

​​​​Farmers Market  Visit the Oak Harbor Farmers Market every Sunday, June through September. Enjoy local food, dessert, handmade crafts, and other specialties.

Bird Watching  Bird watching can be pursued year round, and you can see something different every season, including families of eagles nesting on Whidbey Island.Click Here 

Blue Fox Drive-In  Visitors can enjoy double features on a gigantic movie screen, food and beverages from a 1950s-style snack bar, arcade games, and go-karting. Click Here

 “Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta

Main Street   This historical downtown district next to the water houses local boutiques, restaurants, artisan outlets, and other specialty retail stores that pleases both locals and visitors alike. Click Here

Whale Watching & Marine Wildlife Visitors can take boat tours to see Orca and Gray Whales as well as other wildlife on Whidbey Island. Click Here 

The Whidbey Playhouse  The Whidbey Playhouse is a volunteer-run community theatre that has been presenting hundreds of live shows in Oak Harbor for 50 years. Click Here

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island  Established in 1942, the base is the premier naval aviation installation in the world!  Visitors can get on base with a military ID or a military sponsor. Click Here

Fort Ebey State Park  this 645-acre camping park was originally built as a coastal defense fort during World War II. The park is open for visitors to explore Click Here

Welcome to the Rock!

Joseph Whidbey State Park  Located three miles west of Oak Harbor, this 112-acre day-use park has 3,100 feet of saltwater shoreline on the Strait of Juan De Fuca in northern Puget Sound. Click Here