Outdoor Adventures

Whidbey and Camano Islands have many great outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking, bicycling, historic sightseeing, birdwatching, and more. Here's our list of the best activities.

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    Monroe Landing

    This landing offers access to Penn Cove from the north side of the cove.  Amenities include parking and interpretive signs.

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    Mutiny Bay

    This launch has ample parking for boat trailers about 200 yards from the launch.  A small county park, Frank Robinson Park, is next to the launch and offers beach access.  It is not usable at low tide.

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    Oak Harbor Heritage & Waterfront Trails

    Walk the Oak Harbor waterfront.  From Scenic Heights Road you can walk through the Freund Marsh to the Oak Harbor Marina.

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    Oak Harbor Marina

    Nestled between historic downtown Oak Harbor and the Navy’s seaplane base, this full-service marina is a beautiful stop for people boating around Puget Sound. The marina is owned by the city of Oak Harbor and features 420 slips, guest moorage, permanent moorage, showers, laundry, fuel, recycling, and a boat ramp.   It’s located about a half-mile from downtown Oak Harbor. Latitude: 48° ... Read More

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    Penn Cove Outfitters

    Rent single and double kayaks by the hour and explore beautiful Penn Cove.  You’ll rent and launch from the historic Coupeville Wharf.  The rental office is located inside Coffee on the Cove, located inside the wharf. Prices: $25.00 / hour for a single Kayak $35.00 / hour for a double Kayak

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    Possession Beach Waterfront Park

    This newly renovated boat launch is popular for boaters at the south end of Whidbey Island and provides access to both Saratoga Passage and Admiralty Inlet.

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    Possession Point

    Possession Point is the southernmost point of Whidbey Island. The pebble and gravel beach is a great destination for boaters exploring the Sound who want an overnight adventure.

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    Price Sculpture Forest

    Sculptures from established artists from all over the country greet you along two forest trails in this 16-acre park.

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    Rhododendron Park

    Rhododendron Park is a 32 acre county-owned park with 3 groomed ball fields, a covered picnic area and bathrooms. There’s also an extensive trail system for hikers. The park also features 15 campsites ($15 a day). 3 can fit RVs, but there’s only water; no electricity or dump. Closed each off-season from November 1st through April 1st. ​

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    Seawall Park

    Seawall Park is a small but scenic park that runs parallel to Langley’s main street and is a must-see as you stroll the streets of Langley.

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