Getting To Langley
Langley, Washington is located on Whidbey Island. As the crow flies, we’re 25 miles north of Seattle. Since most of us aren’t crows, though, we have to deal with forms of transportation that includes cars and ferries.
Below are essential links for getting to Langley.
Essential Links for Driving to Langley
Start here for map directions to Langley from any starting point.
From all points south and east of Langley and Whidbey Island, the route is going to involve going to Mukilteo, WA to get on the Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry run (see below). From points north of Langley and Whidbey (such as Bellingham, WA or Vancouver, BC), the options are to drive onto Whidbey Island via the Deception Pass Bridge.
If you’re coming from the Olympic Peninsula (i.e. Port Angeles), the most direct route is via the Port Townsend-Keystone Ferry run (see below).
Ferry Schedule for Mukilteo-Clinton Ferry Run
Your Whidbey Island experience will be “bookended” by an enjoyable 18 minute ferry ride across Puget Sound. From the moment the ferry leaves the dock you’ll feel your “mainland” concerns melt away. Get ready for an enjoyable, work related retreat!
Ferry Schedule for the Port Townsend-Keystone Ferry Run
This ferry run is affected by a smaller ferry (temporarily), high winds and extreme low tides, so if you’re coming to Whidbey from the Olympic Peninsula please be sure to check this schedule out before you make your way to the ferry!