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Getting Here

Seven airports throughout the county make it convenient to arrive by air. Rental cars, taxis, public and private bus transportation and airport shuttles give you the options you need.

Washington State Ferry service is available to and from Edmonds and Mukilteo making access to the Olympic Peninsula and Whidbey Island a snap. Amtrak arrives and departs from Edmonds, Everett and Stanwood to and from Seattle or Vancouver, BC. If you prefer arriving by boat, guest moorage is available at Edmonds and Everett marinas. You'll also find bicycle and horse friendly trails and services throughout the county.

Trains

Amtrak allows you to explore the small towns and exciting cities of the Pacific Northwest. From the train, view the Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges, Puget Sound, and the sprawling farmlands . Be moved by the sight of a snow-capped Pilchuck Mountain rising skyward east of Everett. Or be awed by the twinkling lights of the cities you pass along the route. Amtrak arrives and departs from Edmonds, Everett and Stanwood to and from Seattle or Vancouver, BC.

Sounder Transit wisk you to Seattle to see a Mariners or Seahawks game and back in time to catch a show or great dinner.

Airports

For those that are flying in on your own private plane, there are seven local airports in Snohomish County including Paine Field, a controlled airport with ILS. All other airports listed below are uncontrolled.

Paine Field terminal has a new commercial air travel experience serving nine destinations via Alaska and United. The all-new Passenger Terminal at Paine Field in Everett offers travelers from Seattle and Northwest Washington a time-saving choice for commercial air flights throughout the western US. The terminal's ease of use and location just 10 minutes from I-5 makes it the ideal choice for passengers looking for a world-class, stress-free travel experience paired with the attention to detail only found in small airports.