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Price and Availability Index Whidbey Island
Vacation Rental Price Information in Whidbey Island
We analyzed price data and rendered them in this graph, which shows vacation rental prices for the next twelve months in Whidbey Island. The most expensive week to book a rental in Whidbey Island is in September (9/1 - 9/8). Vacation rental prices go down to $210 per night in January (1/26 - 2/2).
Rental Availability Information in Whidbey Island
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Whidbey Island. More people travel to Whidbey Island a week in July (7/21 - 7/28). So far, 68% of the rentals are occupied this week. On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of October (10/27 - 11/3).
The Weather in Whidbey Island
Above are the weather conditions for Whidbey Island. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 35° low. The wettest month is March with 21 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 7 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Enjoy Whidbey Island by staying in an exemplary vacation rental
Whidbey Island is located between the Olympic Peninsula and the Interstate 5 corridor in the western side of the state of Washington, just 30 miles to the north of Seattle. Cottages, beach houses, wooden cabins and condos sum up the vacation rentals in this visually appealing destination.
Art and theater in Whidbey Island
Island Shakespeare Festival is a three-month long celebration of the Bard’s featured playwrights. Taking place in Langley from July to September, it welcomes notable artists from around the area who take on the most challenging characters in Shakespeare’s plays.
Coupeville’s Arts Festival is held during summertime in August and enjoys participation from artists who set up vendor booths, art galleries, and fun activities for children. In addition, it also includes a food court, a beer and wine garden, and a plethora of activities to keep you busy.
Where to shop in Whidbey Island
Bayview Farmer’s market in Whidbey Island is the perfect destination for all your groceries, from fresh produce, meat, cheese, soaps to body care essentials. It is spacious enough to entertain customers with arts and craftsman booths adorned with beautiful sculptures and paintings.
Langley’s Second Street market operates every Friday from May to October. It is a vibrant market with a wide selection of products from food to art. Have a fun time shopping with family as you will find something for everyone.
Important sights in Whidbey Island
Deception Pass State Park
It has a multitude of offerings for visitors from the rugged cliffs to the gravity-defying high bridge. It has something for everyone from families who can swim or fish, hikers who can trek this terrain, and beachcombers looking for pristine seashells.
Fort Casey State Park
This marine camping state park has a landmass of 467 acres and includes a lighthouse with a 360° view of the Admiralty Inlet. Its historical relevance is cemented by the presence of two ten-inch and two three-inch guns which are on display.
Whidbey Island Distillery
Whidbey Island Distillery is owned by the Heising family and they are the distinguished producer of premium spirits since 2011. Their renowned Blackberry Liqueur is the highest rated among spirits with a rating of 98.
Callahan's Firehouse Studio and Gallery is a glass art gallery by renowned artist Callahan McVay. You can invest in some unique glass art created by the owner or harness your creative streak by making your own art under the tutelage of Mr. McVay.
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve is a part of the National Park Service. This historic district preserves the cultural, agricultural, and historic links of Puget Sound and early civilization for the future generations.
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