Whidbey Island Scenic Byway, Washington

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Take a ferry ride over to the tiny town of Clinton, where the Whidbey Island Scenic Isle Way begins. You'll embark on a tour of beach towns, ocean scenery, and fascinating nature.

Offering a selection of shops for both residents and travelers alike, Clinton is the perfect place to gather supplies for the road. Spend a few hours to enjoy fishing at Deer Lake or Possession Point County Park and stretch your legs after the ferry ride to the island.

Situated on a short bluff is the town of Langley, overlooking the waters of Saratoga Passage and the Cascade Mountains. Art galleries and antique shops await your exploration along the streets of this tiny artist village. Unwind at the end of a day among historic buildings and miniature parks in a boutique hotel. Dig for clams along the shores of Freeland Park and watch the boaters and wind surfers. Take a short trip to the Admiralty Inlet to visit the Admiralty Lighthouse. Double Bluff Beach is dotted with pieces of driftwood and offers spectacular views of Seattle and Mt. Rainier. The nearby Keller Timber Track is a great place for springtime berry picking.

As you continue north along Whidbey's western shoreline, stop by the South Whidbey S

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Whidbey Island (historical spelling Whidby) is one of nine islands located in Island County, Washington, in the United States. Whidbey is located about 30 miles (50 km) north of Seattle, and lies between the Olympic Peninsula and the I-5 corridor of western Washington. The island forms the northern boundary of Puget Sound. Whidbey Island is home to 58,211 residents (according to the 2000 census), also known as Whidbey Islanders. An estimated 29,000 of Whidbey Islanders live in rural locations. Whidbey Island is between 36 miles (58 km) and 62 miles (100 km) long (from the extreme north to extreme south, depending on the source of the measurement), and 1.5 to 12 miles (2 to 18 km) wide, with , making it the 40th largest island in the United States. It is ranked as the fifth longest[citation needed] and fifth largest island in the contiguous United States[citation needed], behind Padre Island, Texas (the world's longest barrier island); Long Island (a fact disputed by residents); a
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