Come visit Coupeville, Washington
Learn about Coupeville's history, experience nature, and enjoy the spectacular views.
The Coupeville Warf was built in 1905 and was originally used to ship grain for local farmers. The Wharf is 500 feet long and still provides moorage. It is a popular site with retail, a coffee shop, and a restaurant.
The ambiance in this quaint little town will draw you in. Whether it's sunny or foggy your heart will be captured by the scenery.
Enjoy unique and special views all over idyllic Coupeville. Sunrises and sunsets will take your breath away. Snow-capped mountains are ever-changing.
Coupeville is home to two State Parks and many miles of beaches. Folks enjoy crabbing, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and more. Sometimes we even get the pleasure of seeing gray whales swimming and playing in Penn Cove.
Much of Coupeville is in the Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve. It is one of only three national reserves in the nation. The purpose of the reserve is to help protect the area's history.
Ebey's Landing is a popular hike for visitors and locals. Enjoy territorial views of the neighboring farms, Puget Sound, and Olympic Penisula.
Fort Casey was built in the late 1800's. Along with Fort Worden and Fort Flagler, the US Army used Fort Casey to protect the entrance into Puget Sound. The fort was utilized until World War II. The barracks & housing portion of the property was sold to Seattle Pacific University in the '50's and is now used to host retreats, meetings, camps, etc. The fort portion resides in Fort Casey State Park.
The Admiralty Head Lighthouse was the second lighthouse built in this area. The first lighthouse, Red Bluff Lighthouse, was used for housing after being decommissioned and then torn down in 1928. Admiralty Head Lighthouse was used from 1903-1922. It is located in Fort Casey State Park and now hosts a gift shop and museum.
All photos provided by John Hummel Photographics