Discovering the San Juans feels like a new adventure. And once you’ve been here, you’ll want to com back time and again.
Located near Canada off the coast of Washington state, this uniquely beautiful archipelago boasts over 450 islands, rocks, and pinnacles. But a word of note: there’s no bridge. Nor any major airport. (And unless you’re an Olympic Swimmer, it’s a bit too far to swim.)
For those of you ready for the quest, a ferry will carry you from the mainland to the azure shores of the San Juans where you will witness this remarkable land of incomparable contrasts. Lush forests spring from ancient rocks. Towering snow-capped peaks rise to the ethers to serve as your stunning backdrop. And some of the world’s most beautiful sandy beaches have sung a siren song to turn many visitors into long-term residents.
The San Juan Islands National Monument was established in 2013. Thanks to this auspicious event, these lands shall be protected for their prized historical, cultural, and natural qualities for future generations.
Contains San Juan Islands National Monument, San Juan Island National Historical Park, and San Juan Islands National Wildlife Refuge.
The Pacific Northwest Recreation Map Series is jointly created by the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service. They provide surface land status and key recreation features like roads, campgrounds, and day use areas on federal lands (including National Forests, National Parks, US Fish & Wildlife Service lands, and more).
2015, printed on water and tear-proof synthetic material. $19.99.
This map covers WA Game Management Units 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 419, 423, & 424.
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