Lime Kiln Point State Park

Lime Kiln Point, located on a rocky cliff near the western tip of San Juan Island, is regarded as one of the world's top whale-watching locations.

Pelindaba Lavender Farm

Pelindaba Lavender is a renowned lavender plant grower, distiller of lavender essential oils, and handcrafter of lavender-based items

San Juan Island National Historical Park

The San Juan Island Historical Park in Washington is well-known for its views, saltwater beach, peaceful forests, and orca whales.

San Juan County Park

On the west side of San Juan Island, this lovely park is home to gravel beaches and granite cliffs.

The Whale Museum

The museum serves as a major resource for learning about whales for both tourists and residents. It features displays, artwork, models, and relics.

Cypress Island

Its closeness to the mainland and the availability of camping at two locations on the island's east side, it is a popular place for kayak expeditions.

Orcas Island Historical Museum

Permanent collection of over 6000 artefacts, printed papers, and photos, the Orcas Island Historical Museum is exceptional in that it is the sole object-based museum.

Shark Reef Sanctuary

Because it serves as a haven for seabirds and seals as well as providing breathtaking vistas, this location is one of the key attractions.

Turtleback Mountain

Some of the most breathtaking natural settings and picturesque panoramas in the San Juan Islands may be found on Turtleback Mountain.

Orcas Island Pottery

The oldest studio pottery in the Pacific Northwest, Orcas Island Pottery produces and sells some of the region's most distinctive and exquisite ceramics.