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Spring In The San Juan Islands

As winter melts away, enjoy the vibrant culture, art, and music of the San Juans. Wildflowers are blooming, farmers' markets are in full swing, and it's time to get outdoors to hike, bike and kayak during your stay in March, April and May!

Springtime weather can be the most changeable of all the seasons in the Islands. Daytime temperatures shift from the chill of late February to a balmy March (53 degrees Fahrenheit on average), into the gorgeous days of April (57 degrees) and May (63 degrees). Showers are common, but with half the precipitation of Seattle, the San Juans experience fewer rainy days. As the locals say, "dress in layers" for any outing, with a sweater, light jacket, scarf and hat at the ready.

All year round, there are many convenient ways to travel to the islands. It is always good to make a reservation if you are traveling on the Washington State Ferry, as the schedule changes seasonally, usually with minor shifts and more ferries running in spring and summer. You can also take an airplane or sea plane, which fly year-round.

Springtime Getaway

Find a waterside hotel, bed & breakfast inn, historic resort or cozy cabin for a girlfriends' getaway, romantic weekend away or spring break adventure.

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San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau
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