Washington State Ferry Service
SAN JUAN ISLANDS
The Main Island
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Guemes Island, located north of Anacortes, is a small island accessible by the Guemes Island Ferry. Find where to stay and what to do by reading this page.
Guemes Island Ferry Schedule. Phone: 360-293-6356.
Anderson's General Store. 7885 Guemes Island Road, Anacortes, WA 98221. Phone: 360-293-4548; Fax: 360-299-9798.
Dog Island Run
This annual event benefits the volunteer operated Guemes Island Library. Participated in 10k run or a 3k walk starting at School House Park.
Located in the middle of the island, this park was named for the one-room schoolhouse that was once located here and was built in 1885 and used until 1965. Currently many community events are held here at the Murray Read Pavilion. Children can enjoy activities on the colorful playground equipment.
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