Plan Your Visit










Greater Whidbey Island

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Beyond Langley’s picturesque waterfront and flower-filled walkways lies even more island character. Be sure to allow adequate time to explore the variety of communities up and down the island, Clinton, Bayview, Freeland, Greenbank, Coupeville, and Oak Harbor. You'll enjoy acres of wooded trails, gardens and beaches, or take tours of wineries and farms with family and friends. Spend quality time whale-watching, hiking, biking, kayaking, swimming, fishing or simply relaxing. Tour artist studios, go birding, take a writing workshop or enjoy a group photo tour. Let the FREE performances of Island Shakespeare Festival be your introduction to the rest of what Whidbey has to offer. Your visit is truly an adventure in the making and there will be memories galore to carry home. We look forward to becoming an annual piece of your summer traditions!

Bayview Farm and Garden at Bayview corner, named one of the "Top 100 Independent Garden Centers in the U.S."                     photo- David Welton

Whidbey Island

This content was prepared by Whidbey Life Magazine (link) Read WLM in print or online for comprehensive and current features, blogs and news concerning Whidbey Island arts & culture and island living!

Beyond Langley’s picturesque waterfront and flower-filled walkways lies even more island character. Be sure to allow adequate time to explore the variety of communities up and down the island, Clinton, Bayview, Freeland, Greenbank, Coupeville, and Oak Harbor. You'll enjoy acres of wooded trails, gardens and beaches, or take tours of wineries and farms with family and friends. Spend quality time whale-watching, hiking, biking, kayaking, swimming, fishing or simply relaxing. Tour artist studios, go birding, take a writing workshop or enjoy a group photo tour. Let the FREE performances of Island Shakespeare Festival be your introduction to the rest of what Whidbey has to offer. Your visit is truly an adventure in the making and there will be memories galore to carry home. We look forward to becoming an annual piece of your summer traditions!

Many Langley visitors arrive looking to reconnect with nature. Our little village by the sea is surrounded by opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Even if you haven't brought your own recreational gear, you'll find it here. Get out on the water with Whidbey Island Kayaking. Find them in Langley's little marina. Or go fishing with one of the charter boats. Springtime is Gray Whale season. If you're visiting from March through early May, head out with Mystic Sea Charters for a mind-blowing adventure! If you enjoy photography, take a Langley PhotoWalk or a PhotoSafari with Whidbey Photo Adventures, or enjoy one of the many self-guided activities from bike-riding, birdwatching, to antique shopping and visiting the island’s historical places. You'll find plenty of beaches, hiking trails, bird-watching and fishing opportunities in and around this great little town!

Bayview Farm and Garden at Bayview corner, named one of the "Top 100 Independent Garden Centers in the U.S."                     photo- David Welton
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 360-331-2939 or email
July 14-September 3,
Shows Thursday through Sunday at 6:00,
(matinees at 1:00 Saturdays in August).
Island Shakespeare Festival is located at 5476 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260 (MAP)
Mailing address:
PO Box 1262
Langley, WA, 98260
Click HERE for the performance schedule.