Getting to Whidbey Island
Whidbey Island is located just north of Seattle. To get to our beautiful island, you can either take a ferry from Mukilteo, which lands you in Clinton, the southern most town on the island, or you can drive across the Deception Pass Bridge from Anacortes at the northern most tip (near Oak Harbor). The island is a roughly one hour drive from the north end (bridge) to the south end (ferry). The ferry runs every half hour for much of the day. All our vacation homes are on the south end of the island.
Coming from Seattle & Points South
From Seattle, drive north on Interstate 5 and take exit 182. Keep left at the fork and merge onto WA-525 N. Follow Whidbey Island Ferry signs and catch the Clinton-Mukilteo ferry. Google maps link Click here for the ferry schedule page of the Washington State Dept. of Transportation website. You can also navigate from there to see what the current ferry rates are.
Coming from Canada and Points North
From Canada, Blaine or Bellingham, drive south on Interstate 5, take exit 230 and merge onto WA-20 W. Google maps link
The Whidbey-Seatac Shuttle runs between Whidbey and Seatac Airport. Click their name for the link and full details.
Getting around Whidbey Island
There is a free public bus service on the island, provided by Island Transit. Click for their website link to see a schedule and stop locations.
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Langley, WA 98260