Island County

Island County is situated in the Salish Sea in Northwest Washington. As its name suggests, it is made up of several islands. The two largest are Whidbey and Camano. Island County is bounded to the north by Deception Pass and by Puget Sound to the south. Skagit Bay and Saratoga Passage are located to the east and Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca are west of Island County.

Square Miles: 517
Largest City: Oak Harbor
County Seat: Coupeville

Median Household Income: $68,604
Cost of Living Index: 125.9
Average Home Price: $579,839

Drive Times:
Oak Harbor to Seattle: 2 hours
Oak Harbor to Spokane: 6 hours
Oak Harbor to Portland: 5.5 hours

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