ABOUT LANGLEY

Langley located just 6 miles from the Clinton Ferry and is the retail, art gallery, performing arts, and restaurant hub of South Whidbey. Residents and tourists alike call it "The Village by the Sea". It offers fantastic views of Saratoga Passage and migrating Grey whales with year-round festivals, concerts, parades, fairs, and events to excite everyone! As of July 1, 2019 the small town of Langley had a population of 1,123.

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The Search for Equestrian Property

November 22, 2021

Buying property suitable for horses is no small task. It is certainly not the typical home buying experience. There is so much to consider from what kind of property best meets the needs of your horses to what kind of home will best meet your wants and needs. Speaking from experience, the horses’ needs are […]

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Langley Village

October 25, 2021

Langley is known for its unique specialty shops and galleries, showcasing amazing local artisan talent. From the lovely greenery of Bayview Farm & Garden to seaside-inspired jewelry and home décor at Foamy Wader, Langley has something for everyone! Want to try your own hand at some specialty art? Visit Callahan’s Firehouse for a cup of […]

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Downtown Langley

September 27, 2021

On the southern side of Whidbey Island along the Saratoga Passage lies the lovely little town of Langley. With a population of just over 1,000, this quaint town is home to a creative culture and endless entertainment. Established in 1891, Langley served as South Whidbey’s trading center for all types of goods with the wharf […]

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4 Online Resources That will Blow Your Mind!

September 20, 2021

…and help when buying vacant land on Whidbey Island. ICGeo This is a sophisticated GIS mapping tool for Island County that can show layers and layers of geographically specific data overlaid on a map. Just turn on the layers of data you are interested in and search till your heart is content! Island County Public […]

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Bird Watching on Whidbey Island

July 19, 2021

50 miles South of the U.S./Canada border and 25 miles North of Seattle lies Whidbey Island, an incomparable destination for nature lovers and bird enthusiasts. On Whidbey, you can get lost for hours and find yourself mesmerized not only by incredible views but by a breathtaking variety of birds. Whidbey Boasts 148 miles of winding […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Riding Bikes on Whidbey Island 

June 7, 2021

Whether you are a serious road cyclist; an avid mountain biker or just someone who enjoys a scenic bike ride every now and then, Whidbey Island has got you covered. Not only are we home to miles and miles of gorgeous; low-traffic backroads and off-road trails to explore, we also have an active biking community […]

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Best Places to Whale Watch on Whidbey

May 3, 2021

Discover the Best Places to Whale Watch When it comes to natural wonders, Whidbey Island is unbelievably blessed. With expansive undeveloped areas, nine state parks, and views that take your breath away, it’s hard to imagine it could get any better.  But it does! In addition to our incredible outdoor opportunities for explorers, we are […]

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The Gray Whales Return to Whidbey

April 19, 2021

Gray Whales Return to Whidbey As the cold melts away and flowers start to bloom again, Whidbey Island is blessed with a rare and wonderful gift. Many people hike to the very tip of a bluff or edge of the waves hoping to catch a glimpse of this phenomenon. Then it happens – water spurts […]

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Get the Buck Out of My Yard

April 8, 2021

Have you ever been standing there admiring your gardens when a deer walks in and decides it is time for lunch? So have we. They are the wild and majestic creatures of Whidbey Island, often found in the peaceful pastures of Ebey’s Landing or beneath the cooling tree shade of the state parks. They are […]

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How to Spend a Weekend on Whidbey Island During Each Season of the Year 

February 26, 2021

Whidbey Island visitors know that they can come back time and time again and always see and do something new, and depending on the time of year you visit, this is especially true! Each season brings something special to discover, and whether you’re visiting in the heart of winter or in the middle of a […]

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