Eating and Sleeping

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The Sandwith Orchard is a former agricultural area in our English Camp Unit filled with heirloom fruit trees which was restored by NPS professionals with the help of local volunteers. Visitors can harvest plums, pears, cherries, and apples in this orchard.
 
 

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.

 
  • Five older white people sit and stand around a picnic table and bench

    Have a Picnic

    There are no restaurants in the park, so if you want to eat you have to bring your own food.

  • A man is squatting down to pick up shellfish from a rocky shore. He is wearing a baseball hat

    Foraging

    There are many foraging opportunities on San Juan Island

  • Color photo of two women on a graveled trail

    Hiking

    San Juan Island National Historical Park has more than 15 miles of hiking trails to explore!

Last updated: November 6, 2022

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