About Us

Sierra County Club-A North Whidbey Community

The Sierra neighborhood is one of the most sought after communities on Whidbey Island for so many reasons! 

  • AMAZING West facing views. Think stunning sunsets, snow-capped mountains and lots of boat traffic heading out the Strait of Juan De Fuca.  
    • Affordability. One of the few places on Whidbey you will find stunning views at reasonable prices.
    • Strong sense of community. Sierra people LOVE living in this neighborhood and it shows. It’s a very friendly community

Sierra Facts and Amenities:

  • Established in 1968
  • Almost 600 lots owned by over 350 owners, over 200 homes, and still growing. Sierra is a Registered Community Association with covenants and restrictions in order to protect property values.  The association is actively managed by a seven-member volunteer Board of Directors and a small paid staff.
  • Community water system owned by Sierra members
  • Amenities including a community pool and clubhouse.  Community-based educational and social events including monthly potlucks.
  • Ample volunteer opportunities, including Certified Firewise Community and Emergency Preparedness teams.
  • Charming Coupeville, Washington State's second oldest community.  A center for history, art and exploring magical Whidbey Island
  • Beach access, miles of hiking and biking trails, camping and picnicking at nearby Fort Casey and Fort Ebey State Parks with miles of hiking and biking trails, camping and picnicking.
  • In the heart of nature preservation efforts-Pacific Rim Institute, Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve and The Smith and Minor Islands Aquatic Reserve

History and Interesting Information