Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry Traffic Cameras
Waiting in line at the ferry can be one of the most annoying things about living on or visiting Whidbey Island. You can use the real-time images from Clinton/Mukilteo ferry cams below to check your current ferry wait time and avoid long waits or unnecessary trips. Please use the comments section at the bottom of the article to let other know of unscheduled delays, such as ferry maintenance or weather delays.
You can also check out our article 5 Crucial Tips for Ferry Riders for tips on how to plan around peak ferry traffic, utilize walk-on convenience, pay the lowest fares, and avoid the frustration of missing the ferry.
Clinton Ferry Cams
The above Clinton ferry cam images are updated about once every 30 seconds and are accurate representations of current traffic at the Clinton ferry terminal. Use this tool to plan your trip to the mainland and avoid unnecessary ferry wait times. The Clinton ferry cameras are owned and operated by Whidbey Telecom.
Mukilteo Ferry Cams
The above Mukilteo ferry cam images are updated about once every 30 seconds and are accurate representations of current traffic at the Mukilteo ferry terminal. Use this tool to plan your trip to Whidbey Island and avoid unnecessary ferry wait times. The Clinton ferry cameras are owned and operated by WADOT
You can find a direct link to the Pt. Townsend/Coupeville Ferry Cams here.
Special thanks to Whidbey Telecom and WADOT for providing the above ferry cameras to our users. Did you know that Washington State has the largest Ferry Fleet in the world? The Mukilteo/Clinton route is one of the few WSF Routes that manage to turn a profit. That’s one reason why we receive more departure times and new boats more often. The Mukilteo ferry terminal is also in the process of being completely redesigned.