San Juan Island National Historical Park in Washington

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San Juan Island National Historical Park

Two of San Juan Island’s best parks make up San Juan Island National Historical Park. Each one has its own unique landscape and both are worth visiting more then once. Read More

What can I see and do at San Juan Island National Historical Park?

Whether you are visiting American Camp or English Camp both provide great hiking, beaches, picnic areas and historical artifacts. 

  • Find a secluded beach at American Camp and take in the towering Olympic Mountains that rise across the Straight of Juan De Fuca. 
  • Relax on the protected and shell strewn beach at English Camp. 
  • Hike up Mt. Finlayson at American Camp for panoramic views. 
  • Stroll the wooded trails at English Camp.

Where is San Juan Island National Historical Park?

This San Juan Island Park has two locations. American Camp is at the southern tip of the Island down Cattle Point Road. English camp is on the west side of the Island off of West Valley Road. Both Parks are less then ten miles from downtown Friday Harbor.

When is San Juan Island National Historical Park open?

The Park grounds are open all year long from dawn until dusk. Summer Visitor Center hours are 9-5:00 daily June through September. The Visitor Center at English Camp is closed during the winter. The Visitor Center at American Camp is open 8:30-4:30 Wednesday through Sunday during the winter.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

While the Visitor Centers are open you can call to chat with Park Rangers or schedule a large group event. 360-378-2240.

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