A close-knit community that organizes a full slate of neighborhood events throughout the summer. Barbecues take place on the Fourth of July, Memorial Day and Labor Day as well as a community garage sale takes place in August. An elected board is responsible for protecting the value and character of the community property in Admiral’s Cove.
"I feel blessed every morning when wake up and get to look across the gorgeous views of Admiralty Inlet and see the snow covered Olympic Mountains."
Located on the western shores of central Whidbey Island with fabulous views of Admiralty Inlet and the Olympic Mountains, Admiral’s Cove is a neighborhood that has amenities families will enjoy. Admiral’s Cove has a neighborhood pool that is open during the summer and provides a great place for young children to learn how to swim. Residents also enjoy beach access and a neighborhood shelter where neighborhood barbecues take place. Admiral’s Cove is located next to Crockett Lake Preserve and Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.
The natural and rural features of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve is west of Admiral’s Cove as is Crockett Lake, Fort Casey State Park, and the ferry terminal at Keystone Harbor. The ferry provides transportation to Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula. The Town of Coupeville is the nearest municipality to Admiral’s Cove and home to county services, shopping, health care and schools.