This paper presents an active disturbance rejection control (ADRC) technique for load frequency control of a wind integrated power system when communication delays are considered. To improve the stability of frequency control, equivalent input disturbances (EID) compensation is used to eliminate the influence of the load variation. In wind integrated power systems, two area controllers are designed to guarantee the stability of the overall closed-loop system. First, a simplified frequency response model of the wind integrated time-delay power system was established. Then the state-space model of the closed-loop system was built by employing state observers. The system stability conditions and controller parameters can be solved by some linear matrix inequalities (LMIs) forms. Finally, the case studies were tested using MATLAB/SIMULINK software and the simulation results show its robustness and effectiveness to maintain power-system stability.