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seal lounging on the shore
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-Things to do on San Jan Island-
Here on San Jaun there are many fun activities to engage in.  From museums and learning about island history to getting up close to Orcas and other sea mammals.
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Lime Kiln Point State Park

Come visit one of the most beautiful coastlines in all of Washington. The Lime Kiln Point State Park is known for its rocky shore and powerful pounding waves. Come visit the Lime Kiln Point State Park for amazing scenery.

The Whale Museum

Here at the Whale Museum learn up close about the giant mammals that roam the oceans. You can engage and be learn all about these unique creatures. Come enjoy the Whale Museum in Friday Harbor.

San Juan Safaris Whale Watching Tours

Here they insure you have a memorable experience on the boats. They have different sized boats to fit your group. Come enjoy watching the whales surface and even jump out of the water.

Pelindaba Lavender Farm

Visit the Pelindaba Lavender Farm to enjoy a relaxing break on your vacation. Here you can visit and have tours though the fields and more. Be sure to stop and get some relaxing lavender and scents at the shop.

Krystal Acres Alpaca Farm

Journey over to the Krystal Acres Alpaca Farm fro a memorable experience and fun for the whole family. Come learn about and see the fluffy Alpacas up close. Come enjoy the Krystal Acres Alpaca Farm.
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Interested in a little history? Drive over to English Camp, part of San Juan Island National Historical Park, for a guided walk and then on to picturesque Roche Harbor and a walk through the Westcott Bay Sculpture Park. There's still time to visit  American Camp for a walk through the colorful meadows or maybe a stroll along driftwood scattered South Beach before you enjoy one of the many fine restaurants in Friday Harbor.
No vehicle? M&W Auto Sales will rent you a car, Susie's Mopeds will rent you a moped and Meat Machines will rent you a bike. San Juan Island Transit will shuttle you around the island and also have several taxi and Uber services on the island.

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Many of our shops and galleries stay open all year and with fewer visitors, it's a great time to visit the islands! In the early spring, the temperatures are between 40 and 60 degrees. Plants bloom; deer, red foxes and other island wildlife have their young and shorebirds nest. In the late fall and winter, the temperatures hover between 30 and 50 degrees. Just layer your clothes, bring a sweater and watch the Canadian Geese fly over.
Good places to get more ideas about things to do here on the island are the San Juan Islands Visitors Bureau and San Juan Island Web Directory. To find out about events, festivals and other doings here on the island try the San Juan Island Community Calendar, the San Juan Update or the San Juan Islander.