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Find everything you need to know about planning a trip to the San Juan Islands through the websites listed below. Discover where to stay, what to see and do along with the latest news and events.
San Juan Island Directory. Orcas Island, 1945 Obstruction Pass, Olga, WA 98279. Phone: 360-376-7107.
SanJuanJournal.com. PO Box 519, Friday Harbor, WA 98250. Phone: 360-378-5696.
San Juan Web
Information source for the Islands featuring music, maps, history and ferries.
Your Guide to the San Juan Islands
An online version of the brochure information put out by the San Juan Islands Visitor Information Service. Extensive written information on dining, accommodation, camping facilities, marine facilities, and activities such as bicycling, boating, fishing, golf, parasailing, scuba diving, scenic flights, and whale watching.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Moon San Juan Islands, 4th Edition (Moon Handbooks) by Don Pitcher. Learn about the best of the San Juan Islands' details on everything from accommodations, dining and activities. This guide has all the information needed to plan a fun-filled trip to this popular destination. Order now...
Frommer's Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands by Chris McBeath. Insider tips from local expert authors including detailed maps, exact prices, directions, opening hours, and reviews of hotels and restaurants, plus sights, shopping, and nightlife, itineraries, walking tours, and trip-planning ideas. Order now...
The Essential San Juan Islands Guide by Marge Mueller and Ted Mueller. Twenty maps help you locate sites, and the Lodging at a Glance table saves you time and clarifies your overnight options. Information about how to get there and what to do once you arrive are categorized by island, and include icons. Order now...
San Juan Island (Images of America) by Mike Vouri, Julia Vouri, and San Juan Historical Society. San Juan Island has been a magnet for human habitation for thousands of years. San Juan Islanders of all generations have worked hard to preserve their home, thus maintaining a sense of place that is as evident today as it was when the first canoes came ashore. Order now...
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