Camping on Whidbey Island
Whidbey Island campgrounds and RV parks are a great option for the budget-conscious traveler! The selection ranges from basic tent camping areas to full-service RV locations. Some sites are adjacent to waterscapes, overlook beautiful vistas, or are nestled in wooded areas convenient to hiking and biking trails. Camping is a perfect way to truly connect with Whidbey Island’s natural beauty.
Washington State Parks Information Line
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Camping / RV Options
Island County Fairgrounds 360.221.7950
Total Sites: 50 RV Hook-up Sites: 40
First come; first served, dump station, open year round except during fair. Has restrooms and showers. Within walking distance of downtown Langley.
Rhododendron Campground self-serve
Total Sites: 15 RV Hook-up Sites: 3
1.5 miles south of Coupeville. RV sites have water ONLY. Vault toilets, BBQs, picnic tables, fireplace rings. Open seasonally. Forest views and connection to Rhododendron Park Trails.
Fort Casey State Park 888.226.7688
Total Sites: 35 RV Hook-up Sites: 14
3 miles southwest of Coupeville. Open year round. No dump station. Has restroom and shower. Water views, on beach.
Fort Ebey State Park 888.226.7688
Total Sites: 50 RV Hook-up Sites: 11
8.5 miles south of Oak Harbor. Open year round. No dump station. Has restroom and shower, one ADA site. Located on bluff with views.
Windjammer RV Park 360.279.4756
Total Sites: 31 RV Hook-up Sites: 31
First come; first served. Tent or RV. Open year round. Downtown Oak Harbor beach. Complete hook-ups, dump station, walking trails, picnic tables, playground, restrooms and showers.
Deception Pass State Park 888.226.7688
Total Sites: 315 RV Hook-up Sites: 134
Approximately 10 miles north of Oak Harbor on SR20. Open year round with a few sites open only seasonally, dump station, a few ADA sites. Forest and water views.