Businesses can also be Friends of the park.
Deception Pass State Park is the #1 most visited park in Washington State. Each year over 270,000 cars stop at the parking lot at the Deception Pass bridge. As a business sponsor you can add your brochure to our bridge kiosk. Not only does your business get seen by these visitors but you will also receive a copy of The Current newsletter.
The cost is only $125 per year. If you are interested in becoming a business sponsor, please click the DONATE button at the top of our website, make your payment, and send us a note that you would like to become a sponsor. We will contact you. Thank you!
The Christensen Family is dedicated to the care of Deception Pass State Park in tribute to their father, Johannes Christensen, who was the Park Superintendent from 1949-1956 at Deception Pass State Park. The family lived in the park in the log cabin, which was also used as the park office. The family has given significant annual donations in support of park benches, building maintenance, and the renovation of the Park Amphitheater. Johannes is featured in the book, “Exploring Deception Pass”.
Visit Skagit Valley
Skagit Valley, Washington is beautifully situated between Seattle WA to the south, Vancouver BC to the north, the San Juan Islands to the west, and the North Cascade National Park to the east. La Conner, Anacortes, and Edison are artistic coastal communities. Mount Vernon and Burlington offer an array of arts and services conveniently off I-5. Sedro Woolley is the gateway to the North Cascades National Park.
From our snow-capped peaks, extraordinary farmlands and islands, to our culinary delights, waterfront towns and scenic drives, Skagit Valley has what it takes to make a great destination.
SMALL BUSINESS LEVEL
The Anacortes Museum preserves and interprets the history of Fidalgo and Guemes Islands and nurtures in the community an awareness and appreciation of its heritage. Founded in 1958, we feature two public sites for exploration. The Anacortes Museum’s Carnegie Gallery highlights the original Samish and Swinomish inhabitants, early explorers, local industries and cultural life. The W.T. Preston & The Maritime Heritage Center spotlights the Anacortes’ fishing fleet, salmon canneries, shipyards and sawmills and the area’s unique maritime history. 1305 8th St, Anacortes, WA 98221
A Touch of Dutch
Web store – www.ATouchofDutch.com
Touch of Dutch carries 90+ kinds of licorice, food & gifts from The Netherlands (Holland), Germany, Sweden, Norway, and bits from Belgium, France, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, England and More!
Plus: Solid Lotion Bars (Made in the USA), Handstamped jewelry from a local artist, Handmade local Goatsmilk Soap, Christmas and more! Open Mon-Sat 10:30-5pm, Sundays 12:30-5pm 11 NW Front Street, Coupeville WA 98239
Basketry brings together all of my artistic talents and combining my love of weaving with natural fibers, blending color and creating shapes. Clients are encouraged to discuss their ideas and color preferences, allowing me to create custom baskets to fit their individual needs and artistic tastes. I am passionate about basketry and look forward to sharing with YOU! Whidbey Island working studio, OPEN to the PUBLIC. Best to call or text, or by chance. 2459 Cahill Place, Oak Harbor, WA 98277. Facebook/Basket Works N.W. by Reggie. Hours: Spring-Summer – 11am to 8pm Fall-Winter – 12 noon to 6pm
Bob’s Chowder Bar & BBQ Salmon
Bob’s Chowder Bar & BBQ Salmon started at the Anacortes Farmers Market. On Saturdays, locals gathered for Bob’s grilled wild salmon and award winning clam chowder. The team decided to offer their food year round and the restaurant was born. We’re glad to have a gathering place for locals and visitors alike. Bob’s is the place for families, for fun and for great seafood.
Bob’s features Gluten Free & Dairy Free options. Do you have a non-fish lover in the group? No worries, Bob’s Chowder Bar offers plenty of choices for everyone. Bob’s has a Kids Menu too! 3320 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes. Open summers from 11:00 am until 9:00 pm.
Candlewood Suites, WA
Located in Oak Harbor, on beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington, this hotel’s welcoming amenities and cozy surroundings provide the convenience of a hotel and the comfort of an apartment. With Naval Air Station Whidbey a short drive away and many restaurants within walking distance, you’ll never run out of things to do at the Candlewood Suites® Oak Harbor, Washington.
Corporate travelers will appreciate our complimentary parking and HSIA. Guests can count on an easy commute to Naval Air Station Whidbey, Whidbey General Hospital, and IDEX.
Deception Pass Tours
Learn about Deception Pass, the Bridge and surrounding area on this amazing tour aboard the “Island Whaler.” Enjoy the thrill of a fast jet boat through Deception Pass with a knowledgeable interpreter. Hourly tours leave from Deception Pass State Park, and Whale Watching Tours leave on weekends.
Fidalgo Artisan Yarn & Clothing
Come explore the world of artisan yarns and clothing at this boutique yarn shop. Fidalgo Artisan Yarn & Clothing built its reputation on high quality, unusual hand-dyed yarns. Our owner is a master at blending dyes to create beautiful one-of-a-kind colorways. We feature over 20 varieties of natural fiber yarns from lace to chunky weights in a stunning array of colors. The shop also offers a growing selection of weaving yarns, spinning fibers, shop designed patterns and a range of knitting and crochet supplies, project bags, accessories and classes. Our tagline, “Let’s get creative” encompasses our passion for color, style and innovation. 711 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes.
Island Hospital is the center of health and wellness in western Skagit County. Since 1962, our award-winning hospital has focused on providing the community with the latest in technological advances and medical innovations. With over 190 physicians and healthcare providers, we are proud to offer a wide range of comprehensive services that are sure to fit your needs. Our outstanding staff is here to make sure that your best healthcare experience begins at Island Hospital.
Pacific Mammal Research
Pacific Mammal Research (PacMam) is a scientific research organization in Anacortes, WA that studies free-ranging marine mammals in the Salish Sea to improve our understanding of their life history, behavior, social structure and ecology within a dynamic and changing environment. Using traditional and innovative scientific techniques we provide information critical for conservation measures and create public awareness through education. 1513 A Ave, Anacortes WA 98221. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whidbey Island Distillery
Whidbey Island Distillery is a family owned business run by three generations of the Heising family. They set out in 2009 to make distilled spirits on Washington’s own Whidbey Island, and in September 2011 they sold the first bottle of their Loganberry Liqueur.
Bev and Steve Heising bought 9 acres of beautiful Whidbey Island hillside in 2009. They renovated existing buildings to include a distillery building (the Bunker), a residence (the Bunk House), a tasting room, and other multi-use buildings on the property. Since then the Whidbey Island Distillery has become a recognized producer of some of finest spirits in the world. Among numerous awards, our Blackberry Liqueur holds a 98 rating by the Beverage Testing Institute making it the highest rated spirit (of any kind) produced in North America.