Eating and Sleeping

Food options for reenactors including a cheese platter, watermelon, oranges, pickles, bread, apples, and eggs.
A full spread for volunteers during the annual Encampment, typically the last weekend in July.

Gary Tarleton/NPS Photo

There is no food or lodging (including camping) within San Juan Island National Historical Park, but the surrounding community offers a variety of choices.

The San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau offers trip planning information for the three main ferry serviced islands.

It is recommended that you make overnight accommodations in advance, especially during the busy summer season (May-September), as rooms and campgrounds fill up fast.

Last updated: October 26, 2017

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