Parks and Scenery

Whidbey and Camano Islands are filled with beautiful places to visit.  You can hike through forests, walk wide-open and uncrowded beaches with spectacular views of Puget Sound.

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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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    South Whidbey Harbor at Langley

    The marina features 41 slips, 330 feet of linear moorage, restrooms, showers, free Wi-Fi, and a boat ramp.  Kayaks rentals and lessons are also offered.

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    South Whidbey State Park

    The park features 347 acres of old-growth forest and stunning views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains.

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    Utsalady Point County Park

    This is a small park, only 1/2 acre in size, but with picnicking and classically beautiful views across the water to the Cascade Mountain Range.

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    Windjammer Park

    Windjammer Park is a 28.5 acre park that is Oak Harbor’s major community park. It also has a boat ramp.

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