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Earth Sanctuary
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Langley
It is a most beautiful nature preserve with so many hidden gems throughout, like a labyrinth, stone circles, mountain viewing spots, etc. the wildlife is thriving and it is all stunningly peaceful.
Walked almost the whole park , very nice trails.
Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens Greenbank 3.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Greenbank
Beautiful in the spring when all the rhododendrons are in bloom but also any time where you want some serenity amongst the trees and nature.
Each visit in any season offers the gardening enthusiast and nature lover a delightful experience!
South Whidbey Island State Park Whidbey Island, WA 5.4 mi away
#10 of 21 Nature & Parks in Whidbey Island
He mentioned the access to the beach was closed because mother nature continues to destroy the stairs every time they fix it.
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Double Bluff Beach Freeland 7.0 mi away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Freeland
This is a great off leash park for our canine friends.
Putney Woods Trails
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Langley
Beautiful woodland hike, highly recommended for some quiet and nature.
Great addition to Whidbey's nature trails.
Freeland Park Freeland 5.7 mi away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Freeland
It is a nice park with a great little kids playground - with FAB views of Holmes Harbor.
This is a great park with restrooms, covered picnic area and children's playground.
South Whidbey Community Park
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Langley
Fort Casey State Park Coupeville 9.8 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Coupeville
Nice park lots to see,besides the fort itself with the disappearing guns and connecting tunnels which kids loved to explore.There is also a lighthouse which is worth a climb.Lots of grass area,worth a visit
The view alone from Fort Casey State Park is worth the stop, but it’s best to get out of your car and spend some time exploring what this park offers and about its history.
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Double Bluff County Park Freeland 7.8 mi away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Freeland
The various driftwood forts are one of our favorite features of this beach and park.
You get miles of beach and an off leash dog park that is probably one of the best in the state.
Marguerite Brons Memorial Park Clinton 7.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Clinton
It's a well-groomed and maintained 13 acres dog park that's constantly maintained by volunteers from FETCH Parks (a non-profit 50-1C3).
Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve Coupeville 12.5 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Coupeville
Suddenly you are taken to a little park where you can climb a bluff heading into the setting sun and end up on a lovely rocky beach studded with agates and shimmering waves.
This is a great spot for hikers but also for those who just want to spend a moment with beautiful views and commune with nature.
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