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Self-guided itineraries and featured activities are a great way to see all the sights and experience the islands. Follow your passions, whether it be art, food or just the beautiful scenery.
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San Juan Island's agricultural history is still visible in its landscape, dotted with weather-worn barns and farmhouses, fields of hay, cattle, horses and market gardens.
When it comes to drinking great locally made beverages, the San Juan Islands are coming of age. It used to be, visitors to Lopez, Orcas and San Juan Islands–and liquid-loving locals–would have to...
When you drive or bicycle the gently rolling hills of Lopez, you'll see some of the original farms, barns and orchards that cover this beautiful island.
Rich in agricultural heritage, Orcas Island was a center for the Washington fruit packing industry in the early 20th century, and as you drive around the island on this self-guided tour
Some very talented people are making sure you have your desserts & drinks while you're in the San Juan Islands - and some to take home.
Small farm stands, a bounteous farmers' market, oysters by the dozen and gourmet dining options–Lopez Island has a little bit of everything fresh and local.
From eating local, to bringing your own cup, sustainable travel is in the air—and the water.
Experience tide-to-table dining with fresh seafood and farm-to-table meals featuring heritage fruits. The San Juans are a flavor all their own!
Springtime in the San Juans means colorful flowers, sunny days, baby lambs and orca whales. Enjoy the beauty of the islands on a hike or on horseback, from a kayak or canoe.