- TripBuzz found 103 things to do with kids in or near Coupeville, Washington, including 100 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Harbor, Sequim, Mount Vernon and Anacortes.
- From Fort Casey State Park to Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, the Coupeville area offers 92 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- One of the oldest towns in the state, Coupeville is rich in history, arts and culture. Established in the mid-1800's, it features an historical district with several period homes. Also part of the Puget Sound, the community is home to several public parks including a national historical reserve, beach and walking trails.
This non-traditional National Park Reserve has hiking, biking, scuba diving, boating, fishing, nature walks and many more activities, including two museums and a lighthouse; has abundant wildlife for viewing as well as being the perfect spot for start gazing.
Although the farm store is only open during harvest season, the Coupeville store is open year round with fresh lavender and homemade lavender products. A full calendar of events like 'Artists Invasion' and 'The Art of the Boat Festival' happen year round.
One of few drive-ins left, Blue Fox Drive-In Theatre. It has a good snack bar that serves full meals, kids can come in their pajamas, there is a go cart track, and a arcade, clean restrooms, and pets are welcomed as long as they are on a leash or in your car.
Located along 40 acres, the Fort Nugent Park is a prominent community recreational area that focuses in providing athletic facilities like five soccer fields, two football fields, one baseball field, and two volleyball courts. The site also features a public art display and an 18-hole disc golf course.
Known by residents as the 'City Beach', Windjammer Park is a multi-purpose outdoor space. Equipped with baseball fields, a playground, basketball courts and a swimming pool, it is a great benefit to the Oak Harbor community.
Located on a mere five acres, Smith Park acts as a local green space for limited recreation options. There is a significant stand of oak trees as well as a children's playground, benches, picnic tables, and a small gazebo.