• Ferry House from across the Prairie

    Ebey's Landing

    National Historical Reserve Washington

Plan Your Visit

"Come look from this eminence of bluff, now in the soft hour before daybreak...the island's farm fields are leather and corduroy, rich even panels between black-furred stands of forest. Tan grass...whisks soundlessly against a four-wire fence line. Yes; rural America of the last century...

Ivan Doig, Winter Brothers, 1980

Getting Around

You can arrive Ebey's Landing NHR by car, boat or bicycle. It is an easy day trip from Seattle. Travel to the Reserve by car or bike via the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry (runs regularly), arriving at the south end of Whidbey Island, or drive or bike onto the island from the north end, experiencing the beautiful Deception Pass bridge along the north end of the Whidbey Island Scenic Byway. Ferry access to the Island also includes the Port Townsend-Keystone ferry. If you arrive by boat, there is moorage at the Port of Coupeville's historic dock (fee charged).

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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Monroe's Landing was the site of one of three Salish villages located on the shores of Penn Cove. The wide beach made it a good landing place for canoes. In addition to their village site, the Salish people established many temporary encampments on Penn Cove.