Getting to the Lodge
Expect significant ferry delays (2 hours) in July and August, particularly on Fridays.
Plan to arrive at the ferry by 1:00 p.m. and enjoy time on Whidbey before check-in.
Click this link for Washington State Ferries information.
If you are traveling from Sea-Tac Airport, use this link for information about the Whidbey SeaTac Shuttle.
HELPFUL TRAVEL LINKS
FROM SEATTLE and points south, take I-5 north to Exit 182, Mukilteo-Whidbey Island Ferry / WA-525. Stay in the left lane and follow the signs for Mukilteo and WA-525. Follow WA 525 to the ferry dock. From the landing dock at Clinton, follow WA 525 north approximately 10.5 miles and turn left onto Bush Point Road. Bush Point Road goes west then turns north and becomes Smugglers Cove Road. Two miles past the entrance to South Whidbey State Park turn right onto Lagoon Point Road. Go 1/2 mile and turn left onto Christie Road. Go to the end of the road. Park and walk up the drive to the Lodge.
FROM PORTLAND, consider taking Highway 101 from Olympia to the Port Townsend/Coupeville ferry (reservations are required). Once on Whidbey Island, follow the signs to WA- 525 and turn right (south) onto WA 525. At the turnoff for South Whidbey State Park, turn right onto Smuggler's Cove Road to Lagoon Point Road. Turn left onto Lagoon Point Road. Go 1/2 mile and turn left onto Christie Road. Go to the end of the road, park and walk up the drive to the Lodge.
FROM BELLINGHAM and points north, take WA 20 west to the turnoff for Whidbey Island. Driving south on WA 20, continue past Coupeville. WA 20 becomes WA 525. Before reaching Greenbank, look for the turnoff for South Whidbey State Park. Turn right and follow Smuggler's Cove Road to Lagoon Point Road and turn left. Go 1/2 mile and turn left onto Christie Road. Go to the end of the road, park and walk up the drive to the Lodge.