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The Island County Parks and Recreation Department manages 54 parks facilities on Whidbey and Camano Islands, including parks that provide recreational opportunities for athletic teams, hikers, equestrians, mountain biking, boating, fishing, and rental facilities for weddings, meetings and conferences.
Brattland Go-Karts and Arcade. Tired of paying high movie prices, come on out to the Blue Fox Drive-In, where you get more movie value for less money! We offer two movies on Whidbey Islands BIGGEST screen. For ONE low, low, price! So come early, come HUNGRY and ENJOY the show!
For those with base access, Convergence Zone offers bowling lanes, gear rental, indoor playground, toddler play area, pool tables, air hockey, ping pong, computers, video gaming, resource center, faxing/printing/copying services, a multipurpose room, and gathering areas for groups and organizations.
Learn to swim, join the swim team, splash with your smiling water aerobics friends, take the kids to the wading pool, lift weights, swim laps, or just relax in the sauna or hot tub. Beyond the walls of the pool, take a kayak class, play ball at our Clover Valley fields, bring your pooch to the Fetch! off-leash park.
Oak Bowl is a great place to have fun times with family and friends. At Oak Bowl you can have a great time at prices that won’t break your family’s budget. We have plenty of bumper bowling lanes just for kids! We also have our COOL Glow Bowling where you bowl with the lights down – great music turned up and awesome special effects lighting.
The OH Chamber is pleased to offer networking and marketing opportunities, access to small business support, public representation, referral services, and a calendar of local events.
Oak Harbor Playtown is a fun and interactive space that caters to parents and kids from newborn to 10 years old.
From displays dedicated to all wars and conflicts from WWII to today, to impressive artifacts, two flight simulators and more, the Pacific Northwest Naval Air Museum promises to educate and entertain!
Whidbey Playhouse is the home for creating exceptional theatre experiences that inspire, entertain, enrich and educate the lives of our local artists and audiences!
The definitive guide to the very best things to see and do in beautiful, historic Downtown Coupeville.
Local businesses feature home made pies and soup, regional artists and galleries, a cheese shop, P-Patch gardens and organic farmland. Visit the Island County Master Gardeners and Greenbank Garden Club display gardens. Hike to the Mountain Ridge Trail to see the Olympic and Cascade Ranges. Over 5 miles of dog-friendly and off leash rails are available.
The Island County Museum strives for the feel of that old-style museum that we all remember, while simultaneously bringing contemporary and diverse perspectives to our exhibits. We design our exhibits to entertain and inform with displays and artifacts that are meaningful and memorable – and just plain fun!
Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens, a nonprofit garden open to the public, encompasses 10 acres of display and educational gardens enveloped by forty-three acres of woodland preserve with 4+ miles of nature trails.
The Sculpture Forest provides the local community and island visitors with a healthy, relaxing, educational, and fun experience that integrates nature with art in a preserved habitat. Artists are provided a respected and supportive venue to exhibit their art for interested visitors and patrons.
The Clyde--a 1937 movie house--shows mainstream and independent movies every night of the week for very low prices. It's not just an entertainment center, it's a community center as well.
Earth Sanctuary has two miles of nature trails and a variety of special sacred spaces, including a labyrinth, two stone circles, two medicine wheels, a Buddhist stupa, a dolmen, and many cairns (stacked stones).
The Langley Chamber of Commerce promotes commerce in the greater Langley area for the betterment of our community and the quality of life. We provide leadership, information, and support to local business, visitors and the community.
The Langley Whale Center is a project of Orca Network, based on Whidbey Island, WA. Orca Network's programs include the Whale Sighting Network, Education programs, the Central Puget Sound Marine Mammal Stranding Network, the project to retire L pod whale Tokitae/Lolita, from the Miami Seaquarium, and the Langley Whale Center.
We are striving to create a connected community that offers learning activities for all ages, opportunities to explore creative expression and personal development, a resource for families and people in need, and a place that honors diversity and respects our center’s unique history.
Our 106 acre woodland campus has served as a home for transformational learning since 1972. We partner with a vibrant network of program leaders working in the areas of generative leadership, ecosystem vitality, community resilience, and more.
Whidbey Island Center for the Arts produces, presents, and supports extraordinary works that celebrate the artistic excellence of our community.