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July 7-10, 2022

PNW Percussion on the Rock

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Getting Here

Arriving by Air

  • Seattle-Tacoma Int'l Airport (SEA) is the closest major airport to Whidbey Island with numerous options for most domestic and international routes. Whidbey SeaTac Airport Shuttle provides frequent service from SEA to all points on Whidbey Island. 

  • Alaska and United airlines serve Everett's Paine Field (PAE) with direct service from many major western US cities.

  • Bellingham (BLI) and Vancouver B.C., Canada (YVR) may also be a viable option depending on your departure city. 


Arriving by Car
If you are driving to Whidbey Island from points south, you can take the ferry from the Mukilteo terminal which is 24 miles north of downtown Seattle and just off I-5.

Ferry - Mukilteo to Clinton
The ferry from Mukilteo on the mainland will get you to Clinton on Whidbey Island. The ferry ride is about a twenty minute sailing and ferries leave approximately every 30 minutes. During the summer, the ferry can be quite busy and you may experience an extended wait time.  Drive time from Clinton to Langley is approximately 10 minutes. Carpools can be arranged each day if there is demand. Schedules here - https://wsdot.wa.gov/ferries

 

Ferry - Port Townsend to Coupeville (Keystone)

Drive time from the Coupeville Ferry to Langley is approximately 45 minutes. Schedules here - https://wsdot.wa.gov/ferries

Over the Bridge and through the Woods
If you are coming from points north of Whidbey Island, you can cross to the island on Highway 20 via Deception Pass Bridge which connects the north of Whidbey to the mainland. The views are spectacular! 

For tourist information including accommodations on Whidbey Island, visit: http://whidbeycamanoislands.com/

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