Agate Beach County Park and Iceberg Point Trail

Color photograph of a rocky shoreline beside the ocean
The wild coastline at Iceberg Point makes for a breathtaking coastal hike

Quick Facts
Lopez Island, WA

Beach/Water Access, Canoe/Kayak/Small Boat Launch, Parking - Auto, Pets Allowed, Toilet - Flush, Trailhead

Agate Beach is a small but stunning public beach that is part of San Juan Island's County park system. On Agate Beach, visitors can launch kayaks, have a picnic, and watch for passing killer whales. At low tides, tidepools are revealed, enabling visitors to explore the normally hidden undersea world.

To access the Iceberg Point trail, continue down the gravel road that heads uphill at the Agate Beach parking lot. A sign will direct you to the two mile Iceberg Point Trail, which provides cliffside views of the Olympic Peninsula. Multiple breathtaking viewpoints are enabled by a trail network that leads to sea viewing spots and abundant wildflowers can be seen here in the spring time.

San Juan Island National Historical Park

Last updated: May 22, 2023