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  • Langley City Beach and Marina
    Beach access and the city marina are available right next to the Boatyard Inn. A birdwatchers paradise, the saltwater and nearby thickets are flush with cormorants, grebes, mergansers, loons and other water fowl, eagles and small perching birds.

  • Seawall Park
    At the north end of Anthes Avenue in Langley, the park features totem poles and great views of Saratoga Passage.
     
  • Boy and Dog Park
    Located on First Street in Langley.
     
  • Dave Mackie County Park
    Four-acre park on Maxwelton Road in South Whidbey Island.
     
  • Deception Pass State Park
    Washington’s favorite state park, Deception Pass State Park is a 4,134-acre marine park renowned for breathtaking views, old-growth forests, and abundant wildlife. This park also boasts 30 miles of hiking trails, 19 miles of saltwater shoreline and three freshwater lakes great for scuba diving, saltwater and freshwater fishing. The park is located north of Oak Harbor. 360-675-2417.
     
  • Fort Ebey State Park
    Fort Ebey State Park, a 645-acre park on Whidbey Island, was originally built as a coastal defense fort in WWII. The park offers stunning high-bluff views of Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula, three miles of saltwater shoreline on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, a freshwater lake for fishing, and miles of hiking and biking trails. Located south of Coupeville on Ebey Road. 888-226-7688.
     
  • Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve
    The reserve provides a vivid historical record where Pacific Northwest history is still clearly visible in the landscape. Historical features of the reserve appear to today’s visitors much as they did a century ago when New England sea captains were drawn to Penn Cove. Located in central Whidbey Island on SR 525. 360-678-4636.
     
  • Fort Casey State Park
    Fort Casey State Park is a 467-acre marine park with a lighthouse and sweeping views of Admiralty Inlet and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The park features two miles of saltwater shoreline on Puget Sound, and includes Keystone Spit, a two-mile-long stretch of land separating Admiralty Inlet and Crocket Lake. 360-240-5584.
     
  • South Whidbey State Park
    South Whidbey Island State Park is a 347-acre park with over 3 ½ miles of hiking trails and two miles of saltwater shoreline. The park offers a unique outdoor experience with 347 acres of old-growth forest, tidelands, and panoramic views of Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. 888-226-7688.