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The Weather in Freeland
You can see our climate diagram above. In August maximum temperatures go higher than 75°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 35° in January. According to the climate diagram, March is the rainiest month of the year in Freeland.
Enjoy seaside leisure with Freeland vacation homes
In the bays near Seattle, your beachside vacation home in Freeland, Washington offers you an ideal combination of beachside bliss and big city culture. With vineyards and breweries, verdant nature reserves and dynamic festivals close by your vacation home, you'll have trouble deciding what to do!
Crabs, clams, mussels and salmon abound in Freeland, as does the produce from local farms. You'll notice the dessert menus fill with blackberries when they come into season in late summer.
Drink delicious local wines as you gaze out over the vines at Dancing Fish Vineyards, or enjoy a special guided tasting at Blooms Winery. Alternatively, Holmes Harbor Cellars is an idyllic and award-winning winery near your vacation home.
Whidbey Island excursions
Ebey's Landing Historical Reserve is an exquisite area of Whidbey to explore. Level trails line the ocean bluffs, offering easy, picturesque walking for the whole family. Here you'll discover what first lured the earliest peoples to this natural paradise, along with several preserved historical sites.
Double Bluff Beach near your vacation home is one of the most beautiful spots on the Washington coastline, while the Country Park of the same name is an ideal spot for fishing.
Wild times on Whidbey Island
Whidbey Island hosts a variety of festivals. The Whidbey Island Fair on the third weekend in August is a whirlwind of rides, delicious food and animal shows. Come for the September Kite Festival, or Tour de Whidbey bike race, which embraces the entire island and its community. The Whidbey Island Zucchini Festival began with a glut of zucchini, and the festival now includes music and zucchini-related competitions.
The Mussel Festival in nearby Penn Cove in March is a celebration of the fruits of the sea, while Maxwhelton Beach's Fourth of July Parade opens with a bang. Fireworks accompany the parade, which is followed by traditional games like three-legged races and the egg toss.
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