Coupeville, Washington is a small town located on Whidbey Island and is also one of Washington’s oldest towns. This quaint community is home to some truly furrific natural spaces, making it the perfect destination for a day trip, or a wonderful place for an adventurer and their dog to call home! Coupeville also receives less rain than other parts of Washington, which means you and your four-footed friend can enjoy more fun in the sun here than almost anywhere else in the state!
Although it’s a small town, Coupeville is home to many of the same dog-friendly amenities that a bigger city might have, including restaurants, hotels, and a dog park. If you need more adventure, you’ll find it on the outskirts of town. Feel free to explore the two state parks nearby, or head down to Ebey’s Landing National Historic Preserve, a federally protected space which preserves farmland cultivated by settlers almost 200 years ago. Both state parks are considered part of the preserve.
Whether you’re looking to hike, rest, or chow down with your hound, you’ll find plenty of op-paw-tunities to do so in and around Coupeville!