Snohomish County is home to a beautiful coastline that runs along Puget Sound. Breathtaking views of the Sound, various islands and Olympic Mountains abound in towns like Everett, Mukilteo and Edmonds. With endless marinas, shops, restaurants and cafes, there are plenty of ways to get lost in this water lover’s dreamland. Here are nine ways to enjoy Snohomish County’s waterfronts.
Marina Beach Park – Walk along the beach and take in the sights of passing ferries and the Olympic mountains. There is even an off-leash dog park for your pooch to play!
Ferry to Kingston – Hop a ride on one of Washington’s most popular ferry routes for scenic views of Puget Sound or for a daytrip to Kingston, located on the Kitsap Peninsula.
Driftwood Modern – Located a couple blocks from the waterfront, find the perfect modern art piece for your home in this beautiful art gallery and furniture shop.
Everett Marina – Located in bustling Everett, it is the largest public marina on the West Coast.
Holiday on the Bay – Kick off the holiday season with virtual and socially distanced events including a boat parade, virtual tree lighting and toy drive.
Anthony’s HomePort Everett – Home to some of Washington’s favorite seafood, Anthony’s HomePort Everett offers takeout and curbside pickup.
Lighthouse Park – This beloved park is home to one of Washington’s historic lighthouses with views of Whidbey Island and, if you’re lucky, a pod of Orcas.
Ivar’s Mukilteo Landing – “Keep Clam” at one of the Seattle area’s most iconic seafood restaurants! Indulge in drinks and clam chowder in the restaurant’s outdoor tent or quick fish and chips at the Fish Bar. Takeout and curbside pickup available.
Ferry to Whidbey Island – Take a quick 15-minute ferry ride from Mukilteo to Whidbey Island for a day trip or overnight excursion.
The creation of Support SnoCo and its digital hub was funded by the federal CARES Act. The campaign’s launch on November 27, 2020 was led and supported by an integrated partnership between public and private entities – including local chambers of commerce, cities, and towns with the goal of supporting small businesses impacted by the pandemic. This website will remain a useful tool for the community to find ways to support local businesses in Snohomish County.