Penn Cove Water Festival
The Mission of the Penn Cove Water Festival Association is to continue an annual revival of the historic Coupeville Water Festival by bringing families together to enjoy Native American canoe racing, entertainment, crafts and culture, and by giving them a chance to learn about, appreciate, and protect the environment in which we all live.
The Penn Cove Water Festival features annual tribal canoe races, Native arts and crafts, demonstrations, storytelling, dance performances, artist demonstrations, authentic Native foods, children's activities, and exhibits and displays.
Washington Inns Nearby this Event
Choose one of our 6 themed cabooses situated at the edge of town on 3 shy acres with our gourmet breakfasts elegantly served in a restored 1937 Zephyr private dining car, "The Silver Eagle" .
Situated in the small friendly town of sunny Sequim on the scenic Olympic Peninsula within minutes of the quiet mountains or the crashing surf of the ocean beaches.
Stationmasters Charlotte & Olaf
Seattle style in a pretty, walkable neighborhood. Our Craftsman home combines character, comfort, and modern amenities. Walking distance to restaurants, shops, and bus to downtown. Free wireless Internet, free street parking, full breakfast, friendly but not intrusive service.
The Ravenscroft Inn’s warmth and charm comes from its grand southern architecture. The elegant design and spacious rooms of this Charleston Single surround guests in comfort. All 2nd and 3rd floor rooms offer commanding views of ocean and mountains. Easy Walking to Uptown or Downtown locations.
Blue Gull Inn offers casual country charm in a Victorian setting. The Inn has six guest rooms all with private baths, two with whirlpool bath tubs. Country style breakfast each morning. Huge front porch with rockers, and beautiful gardens. Convenient Uptown location, close to shops and dining.
Relax in our 1920 Craftsman style Bed and Breakfast. Wonderful for business or leisure travel. We are located across the street from Green Lake Park, in one of Seattle's most popular neighborhoods.
The Anchorage Inn Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian Inn, located on beautiful Whidbey Island, in Puget Sound, Washington. The Anchorage Inn is located in the historic town of Coupeville, overlooking picturesque Penn Cove. Coupeville was home to many of the Northwest's sea captains during the late 19th century.
The historic Dungeness Barn House Bed & Breakfast at Two Crows Farm is located on the Dungeness Bay over-looking the Straits, Dungeness Spit & Lighthouse. Stroll through beautiful gardens filled with roses, lavender and vegetables used in our gourmet breakfasts. Take a walk along our private beach or just sit on the deck and take in the gorgeous sunsets.
Enjoy a stay in an authentic 1889 Victorian Mansion, overlooking Port Townsend bay. Only 1/2 mile to the quaint Town Center. Relax in the parlor, or play a game of pool before retiring to your King bed for the night. Awake refreshed to our three course breakfast.
The Wild Iris Inn is an intimate country inn and romantic retreat. 12 of our rooms are suites with spa tubs, king beds, fireplaces, and outdoor decks or balconies with fabulous views of the Cascade Mountains. A delicious two-course breakfast is served each morning at tables for two.
Argyle House Bed and Breakfast, an original Craftsman design home, was built in 1910. It is one of the few Friday Harbor homes that still retains its original charm and character. Located two blocks from downtown Friday Harbor. Dogs and children are welcome. Enjoy our lovely gardens and hot tub.
A Destination Bed and Breakfast Inn with panoramic water views of Puget Sound, Camano Island & Mt. Baker. One mile north of the seaside village of Langley. " Unwind, Settle-in and Relax". DISCOVER NATURE in an atmosphere reflective of the seasonal moods of Whidbey Island. "Whidbey Island "...a close in escape from city life.