Discover Mukilteo, a great place to Stay, Play, and Dine all year round!
A paved walking path weaves by fire pits along the beach, playground equipment, picnic shelters, and BBQs. From the boat launch ramp and parking area there is easy access to nearby restaurants that include fine dining, take out, and a micro-brewery.
Sail to Whidbey Island on the Mukilteo-Clinton ferry, or simply stroll the new terminal designed to resemble a traditional long house with vibrant Native American art. Interpretive signs explain the rich history of the area and the relationship between land and sea.
From the waterfront enter Japanese Gulch which has a dog park and miles of trails ideal for hiking, mountain biking, and dog walking. Different terrain provides a fun time in the woods for everyone including some trails for children. A fish ladder in the lower gulch showcases native salmon.
Stay for a few days and enjoy activities like an 18-hole golf course with Sound views, an indoor go cart racetrack, miniature golf, an agility course with zip lines and more. Some Mukilteo hotels have in room hot tubs, fireplaces, kitchenettes and more. See special rates at DiscoverMukilteo.org ✦