Harrington Lagoon feel of a remote location even though close to the highway. The neighborhood is wedged between Smith Prairie and Saratoga Passage on central Whidbey Island and has convenient access to the shopping, services, and health care in Coupeville.
"I love this side of the island because it is a more protected than any other side of the Island. This means calmer waters, with beautiful views of the cascade mountains. One thing I love most about Harringtoon is the great crabbing opportunities and boating with a perfect place to launch a kayak and only minutes to down town Coupeville"
A small neighborhood located east of Coupeville; Harrington Lagoon has an island getaway feel thanks to being hidden away from the highway. Beach homes surround the 12-acre, open-water lagoon that is one of the smaller estuaries on Whidbey Island. The neighborhood is close to Outlying Field, which is a Navy training facility where jet pilots practice touch-and-go landings. The Navy makes efforts to inform neighborhoods about scheduled training exercises.
Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve is adjacent to Harrington Lagoon. The Town of Coupeville is nearby and can be accessed without driving on the highway. Outlying Field is southwest of Harrington Lagoon as is Fort Casey State Park and Keystone Harbor, which provides a ferry connection to Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula. Communities on the south end of Whidbey Island are an easy drive to undertake. Clinton is home to a ferry that connects to the mainland.