From Seattle-Tacoma, Everett and Points SouthDrive north on Interstate 5 and take exit 182. Bear left on the exit and merge onto state highway-525N (Mukilteo Speedway). Follow Whidbey Island Ferry signs and catch the ferry to Whidbey Island. The ferries at the Mukilteo terminal onlygo to the community of Clinton on Whidbey Island. There are no other scheduled routes. From Bellingham, Vancouver and Points NorthTake Interstate 5 south and just south of downtown Everett, exit west onto SR 526. Locals call it the Boeing Freeway. You’ll know you’re on the right track because this freeway takes you right by the very large Boing manufacturing facility. Drive approximately 9 miles and turn right at the light onto 84th St. SW. Drive down a steep hill about .4 miles to Mukilteo Speedway. Mukilteo Speedway goes directly into the ferry line. The only scheduled ferry destination is Whidbey Island. You’ll disembark in the seaside community of Clinton. There’s lots to do there before you set off to explore the rest of the island. Also, starting just south of Everett, you’ll also see signs referring to the “Cascade Loop.” Whidbey Island is part of the Cascade Loop, so those signs will also help you find your way to Whidbey Island. From Redmond, Bellevue and points eastTake Interstate 405 north. As it crosses over I-5, it becomes state highway 525N, the Mukilteo Speedway and goes directly to the ferry line. As noted above, the only scheduled departure from Mukilteo is to Clinton on Whidbey Island. At that point SR 525N continues on the island.
To Whidbey Island via Deception Pass Bridge
From Seattle - Tacoma and Points South Drive north from Seattle on Interstate 5 and take exit 226. Turn left onto state highway-536W until you reach state highway 20, a two-lane roundabout (stay in the left lane). Turn left and travel about 4 miles until you cross over the Deception Pass Bridge onto Whidbey Island. From Bellingham - Vancouver B.C and Points North Drive south from Bellingham, Vancouver, and points north on Interstate 5 and take exit 226. Turn right onto state highway-536W until you reach state highway 20, a two-lane roundabout (stay in the left lane). Turn left and travel about 4 miles until you cross over the Deception Pass Bridge onto Whidbey Island.
Whidbey Island via the Port Townsend Ferry
Drive southeast on US-101 E. Turn left onto state highway-19N/20E. Follow Whidbey Island Ferry signs and catch the Port Townsend – Coupeville ferry.