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Navy Lodge Whidbey Island, WA | Featured Military Lodging Facility

This week's featured military lodging facility is the Navy Lodge on Whidbey Island, in Washington state. This Navy Lodge offers standard rooms with a kitchen, which feature two queen beds, private bath, kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, and a flat screen TV. There are also business class rooms which feature one queen bed, as well as two family suites. There are also rollaway beds available upon request.


Business Suite | Photo Courtsey of Navy Lodge Whidbey Island


Reservations are accepted anytime online or by phone, but you must cancel by 1800 day of arrival to avoid any fees. Pets are welcome for an additional cost. You will also have free Wi-Fi available, and a complimentary breakfast as well. If you find yourself needing to do laundry, there are coin-operated vending and laundry machines. Outdoors there is also a picnic area with a grill.



Breakfast Bar | Photo Courtesy of Navy Lodge Whidbey Island


Things to do on base include the Navy Exchange, Commissary, Fitness Center/Gym, Golf/Tennis Courts, a Bowling Alley, a Movie Theater, and an MWR Recreational Center.


Whidbey Island is a beautiful and peaceful destination in the Pacific Northwest. Here are some other things to do while you are on Whidbey Island:


  1. Beaches: Whidbey Island has over 45 miles of coastline with numerous beaches, including:

  • Fort Ebey State Park: A popular spot for beachcombing, birdwatching, and picnicking.

  • Deception Pass State Park: Features a scenic beach with stunning views of the Deception Pass Bridge.

  • Crescent Harbor Beach: A quiet, secluded beach perfect for relaxation.

  1. Outdoor Activities:

  • Hiking: Explore the island's many trails, such as the Whidbey Island Trail, the Ebey's Landing Historical State Park Trail, and the Fort Ebey State Park Trail.

  • Kayaking or Paddleboarding: Rent equipment and explore the island's waterways, including the Saratoga Passage and the Puget Sound.

  • Birdwatching: Whidbey Island is a major stopover for migratory birds, with over 200 species documented.

  1. History and Culture:

  • Ebey's Landing Historical State Park: Learn about the island's pioneer history and explore the reconstructed Ebey's Landing farmhouse.

  • Whidbey Island Museum: Discover the island's history, from Native American culture to modern times.

  • Fort Ebey State Park: Explore the remains of the World War II-era fortification.

  1. Food and Drink:

  • Visit the Whidbey Island Farmers Market (seasonal) for local produce, crafts, and food.

  • Try some of the island's famous seafood at one of the many restaurants, such as the Whidbey Island Brewing Company.

  • Visit the Whidbey Island Winery for wine tastings and tours.

  1. Other Activities:

  • Visit the Whidbey Island Lighthouse, a historic aid-to-navigation beacon.

  • Take a scenic drive along the island's rural roads, exploring the countryside and spotting wildlife.

  • Attend a performance at the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts.

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