What the Chamber can do for you but most importantly what the Chamber does for this community!
Come join the fun at Maxwelton Beach Thursday July 4th at 1 PM. Registration for the parade starts at 10:30 AM. Stay for the games afterwards, for kids, teens, and adults. This Independence Day celebration is an annual event for the South Whidbey community, hosted by members and volunteers of the
Maxwelton Community Club. For details, contact the Community Club at:
Come and join us for our monthly meetings! Held the first Tuesday of every month at Cozy's Roadhouse at 5:30 PM. See what we have accomplished over the last month, what we have planned for the upcoming months and see how you can help in the future! All current or perspective Chamber members are welcome
Clinton is located at the entrance of Whidbey Island, It is the beginning of Whidbey Isle Senic Byway as well as the beginning of the North Cascade Loop! This is truly where all of your greatest adventures begin.
Our Commitment is to promote business and build community on Whidbey Island. Our Chamber of Commerce goals are to create and facilitate a sense of pride and place for our citizens and business owners in Clinton. Being a member gives you a voice in the future direction of this wonderful community and access to helpful business tools.We put 100% of your membership dues back into your Chamber as well as community events that promote your business. You have the ability to volunteer as much or as little as you would like within the Chamber. Your participation is very welcome in growing all business on Whidbey Island as well as helping Clinton step into the future!
Discovering Clinton takes you on an adventure through rural back roads with surprises and beauty around every corner. This vibrant historical community has been around since the early 1800’s and has always been a travel destination. Car ferries entered the picture in 1919, with the growing popularity of automobile touring and also let to some amazing tourist attractions. The first ferry in Island County especially designed to carry automobiles was the Whidbey I, operated by the Central Ferry Company between Clinton and Mukilteo. Clinton is unique, offering a bit of everything while maintaining a small town feel. 95% of our businesses are family owned and operated with some of those businesses owned by multiple generations including our hotels! As you drive the rural roads you will notice an abundance of commerce that happens in the woods and off the beaten path. Discover idyllic pastures and shepherds, find out what makes our pickles so great(hint* its our water*), take your kids to learn how to fish from the greatest hidden bait shack, watch orcas and grey whales pass by from Clinton's 25 miles of shore line then end the day by visiting many of the small shops and restaurants in two business areas! We invite you to explore, to step off the beaten path and to discover all that Clinton has to offer.