Clinton is a community and census-designated place (CDP) located on southern Whidbey Island in Island County, Washington, United States. The town was named after Clinton, Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the village was 928. However, the post office serves at least 2,500 people.
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4.5 based on 64 reviews
Almost everyone at the park was there to walk dogs or take them to a no leash area.
The park is really pretty small. Fortunately, we were there at a minus tide so we could walk past the signs that said private beach. (In Washington, property owners own the beach to the average low mean tide.)
Nice driftwood. Nice beaches. Best thing about our visit was the Bonaparte's Gulls that were taking advantage of the low tide to fish.
5 based on 121 reviews
Whidbey Island Distillery is a family owned business run by three generations of the Heising family. We set out in 2009 to make distilled spirits on Washington's own Whidbey Island, and in September 2011 we sold the first bottle of our Loganberry Liqueur. Bev and Steve Heising bought 9 acres of beautiful Whidbey Island hillside in 2009. They renovated existing buildings to include a distillery building (the Bunker), a residence (the Bunk House), a tasting room, and other multi-use buildings on the property. Since then the Whidbey Island Distillery has become a recognized producer of some of finest spirits in the world. Among numerous awards, our Blackberry Liqueur holds a 98 rating by the Beverage Testing Institute making it the highest rated spirit (of any kind) produced in North America.
This week we were visiting the Seattle area and wanted to do a "bucket" list side trip to Whidbey Island. While there we had to stop at a family tradition...the Whidbey Island Distillery. While I have had several relatives bring me back bottles of the Loganberry Liquor, now was my time. I thoroughly enjoyed the tour of the distillery and an novice introduction/explanation of a very sophisticated cutting edge set of stills. Then came the tasting, starting out with the very smooth Bunker Whiskey, followed by a sampling of the liquors. Bottom line, left with a bottle of the Whiskey and 3 bottles of the liquors to be enjoyed by friends and family in New York State (yes the bubble wrapped bottles made not only the trip but inspection by TSA! This is a must see destination! Staff were wonderful and very informed about their products. Listen to the interesting history of the place, the focus upon the use of quality locally grown ingredients, and certainly sample the goods....after indulging maybe you too can go agate hunting at the Deception Pass North Beach and relive other memories of childhood!
5 based on 109 reviews
HANDCRAFTED ON WHIDBEY ISLAND CLINTON, WA UNITED STATES Distillery tasting room offering tastings for all of the award winning products Bourbon, Rye, Gins & Vodka. Our passion is crafting unique, delicious and affordable whiskey and other tipples with a focus on food pairings and sipping enjoyment in mind throughout the creative process. Founder Colin Campbell, whose Scottish heritage foretold his true calling, is creating handcrafted small batch spirits in the Pacific Northwest's first Scottish-style distillery, Cadée. My clan has been distilling for over 500 years since 1494 when our first taxes were paid to the English government. Cadée, which means pure in Gaelic, signifies our commitment of using only the purest ingredients in a pristine and pure setting - beautiful Whidbey Island. Nestled in the village of Port Clinton, Washington situated between the looming Cascade mountains and the majestic Olympic mountain range, lies the Isle of Whidbey's Scottish-Style distillery, Cadée. We look forward to sharing our spirits with you at the Tasting Room, or through your local retailer. Sláinte Colin & the Cadée Team
My wife and I had a wonderful trip to Widbey Island in 2016. One of the highlights was finding Cadee Distillery. The host, Colin, was extremely informative and guided us through a few tastings. We were so enamored with the rye whiskey and gin, that we bought one of each. The rye is sweet and slightly spicy with a smooth and lingering after taste; now one of our favorite ryes. The gin is robust with juniper and citrus flavors but with a somewhat floral nose; perfect in a very dry martini. We want to thank you for spending some your time with us and also for sharing your passion for distilling. Only problem now is we have to drive to Washington to resupply.
Don and Peggy
4 based on 17 reviews
We came on a weekday, hot day in April. You walk up, put your money in an envelope, drop it in the rusted can and head to the first tee. There were a few people here and there on the course, including 2 guys mowing the entire time. One of the guys mowing stopped to talk to us. Later he mowed the entire 9th green while we waited on the tee.
The place is beautiful and I really enjoy the layout of the course. It's hilly, some holes are narrow, some require you to carry a hazard. The shortest tees are ridiculously short if you're not comfortable hitting a long way. I did lose a couple balls that weren't far off target. There are a lot of rhododendrons and tall grass to lose your ball right around the greens, which are really tiny islands.
There are muddy spots where your ball won't roll, bare spots on the green, generally thin grass on the greens. For greens so small, it's a wonder they aren't kept better. But the fun of the place is just taking a slow stroll around, smacking a golf ball and enjoying the day. Don't plan on making any amazing putts on perfectly rolling surfaces.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
My 3 friends and I popped in to Callahan's on Friday morning. We all loved his glass art, and decided we wanted to each make something. Luckily, Callahan had time to accommodate all of us (approx 25 - 30 min per person). Callahan was a gracious, fun and informative instructor. We each made something different, so we got to learn different techniques. It was a safe, hands on, joyful experience for us all. Highly recommend for all ages.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
...you can see everything. A friend took me here for a walk along the beach. Such a lovely place, and, if the clouds roll back for you, you get a view that sweeps from the Olympics all the way the the Cascades with Seattle dwarfed by Mt. Rainier somewhere in the middle.
Great place for exploring with kids and dogs.
This beach is now on my A-list...
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Extraordinary Pinot Noir from the heart of Puget Sound. Enjoy our fine wines including estate-grown and award-winning varieties at our vineyard and winery. Sami (and sometimes Brix) will love to greet you. We're located off SR 525 on Maxwelton, a short drive from the Clinton Ferry
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We were warmly welcomed to Spoiled Dog Winery by Sam who was as friendly as can be! This is a small Vineyard and does not sell its wine in any of the local stores. We had a nice tasting of 5 different wines for $10. The owner of the vineyard gave us informative information about the wines. We enjoyed the tasting very much. It was a fun stop while we were in Whidbey. . The Pinot noir was our favorite. We probably wouldn't have spent as much as we did for this wine but loved the label! You can do a tasting at the Green Bank Market of this wine for $1 a tasting. Much more reasonable then at the Vineyard...buying the wine at Green Bank market was more reasonable also. Though if you want the full experience I'd recommend going directly to this Winery.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Nice place to visit before/after the Bayview Farmers Market (Saturdays from 10am-2pm). We went early morning, so there weren't many other dogs for Lil to play with, but she enjoyed exploring the fully-fenced wooded area. This park is maintained by the nonprofit organization FETCH. Thanks to the solar panels that FETCH volunteers put in, there is an electric pump that provides water for the thirsty pooches. Poop bags are also on hand.
5 based on 35 reviews
We visited on a Saturday. What a cool place to visit. Excellent beer, and Daniel the owner is about as knowledgeable as they come. Our friend brought my wife and me here and we were pleasantly surprised as frequent brewery goers. We'll definitely be back.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Earth Sanctuary is a spectacular nature reserve, sculpture garden and retreat center-a place to experience peace and the wonders of nature. Within the natural setting of Earth Sanctuary you'll be inspired by a sculpture garden of sacred spaces, environmental sculptures and eco-art highlighting diverse global spiritual traditions. See and experience a labyrinth, two stone circles, two medicine wheels, a Buddhist Stupa and a dolmen. Annual passes are available for $35 for one year/person. Plan your spiritual getaway at the Earth Sanctuary Retreat House-a calming place within nature for relaxation, meditation and peaceful reflection.
Right as we pulled in, the owner was driving out. His first words were not hello or welcome but "you know you have to pay to be here right?" Yes, we did know and hello to you too. The place is lovely, we saw a...MoreDear Jamelyn, I'm sorry this happened. I very rarely ask if people have paid, but if I did I apologize for harming your visit. I hope you will come back and give Earth Sanctuary a second chance. Sincerely, Chuck Pettis
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