getting to Whidbey Island from Seattle

Discussion in 'Washington State' started by Kidtonto, Jun 10, 2014.

  1. Kidtonto

    Kidtonto New Member

    There are a couple of ways for getting to Whidbey Island from Seattle: driving or ferry. The drive from Seattle is north (along interstate 5 and route 525) towards Mukilteo and crossing the Deception Pass bridges. The whole drive takes about 2 hours. As far as the ferry, there's not a ferry service right from Seattle. You'll need to drive up to Mukilteo and take the ferry from there to Clinton (Whidbey Island). The ferry to Whidbey is a very fun and scenic ride.
  2. Babybluebull

    Babybluebull New Member

    if you are landing at SeaTac international airport you can hop on a shuttle to Whidbey, which also stops along the way at Soundview Shopper, NAS Whidbey, North Oak Harbor, etc. The shuttle fair costs around $40 one way but you can get a discount when booking a round trip.
  3. Clamedio

    Clamedio New Member

    The exact route to take to Whidbey island from Seattle is north on Interstate 5 and take exit 182. Keep left at the fork and merge onto WA-525 N. Follow Whidbey Island Ferry sign and catch Clinton-Mukilteo ferry. Hope that helps

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