You’ll discover an extensive diversity of
species on San Juan Island due to the environmental and geographical variations
there: Large marine mammals like Orca whales, Dall’s porpoises, and Pacific
Harbor seals, as well as birds of prey, reptiles, frogs, fish and hundreds of species
of marine invertebrates. Terrestrial mammals like the red fox and Columbia
blacktail deer. Numerous species spend the entire year in San Juan Island
National Park or in the waters nearby; some are seasonal residents during the
winter and others during the summer, while others stop by the island to feed
and rest while migrating.
Stunning Camping Sites
San Juan Island is a camping enthusiast’s
paradise. This is a fantastic opportunity to try out roughing it in the woods
if you’ve never done it before. Animals such as bears, mountain lions, and
enormous snakes are not widespread in this area. Deer and fox are the giant
animals you’ll encounter during your camping experience.
Lakedale Resort and San Juan County Park on
the west offer excellent camping. Among the famous spots in San Juan County
Park is where the 1998 film Practical Magic was filmed. You can go camping and
enjoy a historically famous landmark.
Once you get onto the island, it will be hard
for you to find chain restaurants. Do not worry! There are several local
restaurants for you to enjoy and experience new food and local cuisine. After a
delectable meal, you can enjoy a drink at a bar while watching the sunset over