Island County, Washington Weather

North and Central America
Island County is located in the northwest corner of Washington State, on the Puget Sound. It is made up of two main islands—Whidbey Island and Camano Island. The county population as of 2019 was 81,788 residents, with most living on Whidbey Island. According to, the history of Island County dates back to 1841 when the area was part of an Oregon Territory land claim by the Hudson’s Bay Company. The county was officially established in 1853 and named after an island off the coast of England. The attractions in Island County are diverse and plentiful. From stunning natural beauty such as Deception Pass State Park or Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve to unique museums such as the Island County Historical Museum or Whidbey Playhouse Theater, there is something for…
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