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Welcome! We’re excited for you to join us in the Pacific Northwest! The event center is about an hour and a half drive north of Seattle, on beautiful Whidbey Island.
Getting to and from Seattle
Seattle’s main airport is Seattle-Tacoma International (SEA), south of the city. You may also consider flying into Everett (PAE) or Bellingham (BLI) which have limited service. Also consider Amtrak, BoltBus, and other transportation options.
Getting to and from Whidbey Island
Drive time from Sea-Tac airport to Camp Casey is 120 miles and can take 2.5 to 3.5 hours depending on the time of day, traffic and ferries. With the Camp Casey event center situated slightly north of the middle of the island, if you’re coming from Seattle, you have a choice to either take the ferry from the south or drive to the bridge at the north. Check the ferry schedule, usually every 30 minutes, and wait times (Mukilteo, Clinton). At busy times (such as Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons) the ferry does fill up, and if you have to wait even one sailing it is often faster to drive around.
Getting to the Athlete’s Village and Event Center
The Athlete’s Village and Event Center is located at Camp Casey, just off Hwy 20 just north of Fort Casey
Getting to the Events
South Whidbey Community Park (Sprint)
Details coming soon.
Fort Ebey State Park (Model Map and Saturday Long)
The model map will be located in the northwest corner of Fort Ebey State Park. A Discover Pass is required to enter the park. If visiting the model map, you must not enter any areas of the park marked out of bounds. Download the Fort Ebey model map.
Parking is limited at Fort Ebey State Park, and all participants and volunteers must take a free shuttle to the park on Saturday. Team vans will be allowed to drop off participants but the driver must park at the shuttle location. A Discover Pass is required for all vehicles entering Fort Ebey State Park, even those just dropping off participants.
Fort Casey State Park (Sunday Middle)
Details coming soon.
The Whidbey Island Marathon is being held on Sunday morning. If you’re arriving on Sunday morning from North of the event center, the Deception Pass Bridge (Hwy 20) will close at 6:45am for about an hour for the start of the race. Even after the road re-opens, expect delays from the Deception Pass Bridge to Oak Harbor.