Nestled in Central Whidbey Island, Greenbank is a small island town. Back in the day, it had the largest loganberry farm in the United States. Now, Greenbank is the home to the Greenbank Farm with its historic 1904 barn. There you’ll find the home of amazing food and art shops. The fields at Greenbank farm have trails and an off-leash dog area. Behind the barns at the Greenbank farm is a small marsh with a viewing platform recently built by the Whidbey Audubon Society. Many species of birds can be observed here including Red Wing Black-Birds and Warblers. Several solar projects have been implemented to reduce the impact on the environment as well as offer free EV charging for all visitors.
The gardens are tended by two wonderful gardening groups. Please click on the link below for more information and to learn how to join these wonderful gardeners in keeping Greenbank Farm beautiful!
Want to go check out all the great shops at the farm?
Artworks: (360) 222-3010
Greenbank Cheese Shop: (360) 222-3474
Greenbank Wine Shop: (360) 222-3797
Raven Rocks Gallery: (360 222-0102
Rob Schouten Gallery: (360) 222-3070
Whidbey Camano Land Trust: (360) 222-3310
Whidbey Pies: Cafe: (360) 678-1288 Kitchen: (360) 678-3474
There is also a community garden located just north of the Jim Davis House at Greenbank Farm. You can lease large or small plots for around $15-$30. Please contact the Port of Coupeville at Adminassistant@portofcoupeville.org if you are interested in farming a plot in the Pea Patch.
I’d like to extend my video series to include Greenbank. If you have any ideas for me. Feel free to contact me.
For now, here is my video featuring Vails Wine shop in Coupeville. You can see more videos on my youtube page.
The Greenbank Farm also is home to the Loganberry Festival, held in September every year. Come out and have some fun and enjoy the beer and baked goods! Lots of fun activities for the kids too.