Explore one of the Northwest's most popular state parks, from the pristine beaches and coastal forests to the historic bridge.
Sea kayaking on the protected waters of the Puget Sound region is one of the most popular ways for visitors to experience the San Juan Islands.
From nearby Deception Pass and Mt. Erie to Padilla Bay and Chuckanut Drive to the north or Ebey's Landing and South Whidbey State Park to the south, the options for hiking abound. We've got the guides and local knowledge to help find that perfect spot.
Take a Baking Class
King Aurthur Baking School welcomes all bakers, no matter your skill level or baking interest. Classes range from introductory demonstrations for beginners to intensive week-long. professional courses, with a wide variety of hands-on classes
Tulip Festival in April
The Skagit Valley grows more tulip bulbs than Holland, and the annual Tulip Festival in the spring is a sight to behold.
Go Whale Watching
The calm waters near the San Juan Islands are one of the best places in the world to view wild orcas. Humpback whales, minke whales, and gray whales also call this region home.