Lime Kiln Point, San Juan Island Washington

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Lime Kiln Point

Lime Kiln Point has glorious views out over the Strait of Haro. The high sandstone bank is lined with trees and a popular spot to whale watch.

  • This point is a popular whale watching spot. 
  • Watch the sunset over the mountains on Vancouver Island. 
  • Picnic, hike, and look for wildlife along the shore in Lime Kiln State Park.

What can I see and do at Lime Kiln Point?

This State Park is a popular place to whale watch, hike or picnic. The nearby coast is a fun place to kayak or boat. Locals gather here most evenings during the summer because it’s an amazing place to watch the sunset.

Where is Lime Kiln Point?

Lime Kiln Point is in Lime Kiln State Park on the west side of San Juan Island. From Friday Harbor head west on Beaverton Valley Road this will turn into West Valley Road. Take a left on Mitchell Bay Road and another left on West Side Road. This Road will lead you right to the Park, which will be on your right.

When is Lime Kiln Point open?

The Park is open year round for daytime use.

How much does Lime Kiln Point cost?

Vehicles must have a Washington State Parks Discover Pass. However if you walk or bike in you don’t need one. The Pass can be purchased for $10.00 a day or $30.00 for the year.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

The State Park information line can answer your questions. (360) 902-8844