San Juan Islands
The Northwest has the ideal climate for growing lavender. This versatile, sweet smelling herb can be used for flower arrangements, cooking, perfumes, oils, and teas. It is a hardy NW plant that comes in many varieties and attracts butterflies to the garden. Hop in the car and celebrate lavender at one of these long standing festivals!
Looking for a fun and challenging adventure for your teen this summer? Whether it’s wilderness survival, crew rowing, drama, or computer design, your teen will have a great summer at one of our favorite camps.
Single-ticket prices for vehicles on Washington state ferries goes up on May 1.
For a chance to explore Seattle on two wheels, check out these bicycle touring companies! One will even take you on an excursion around a few San Juan Islands!
If you’re itching to get out of town this weekend, there are plenty of area activities! From paddling to biking, celebrating the harvest to the best in show, it’s out there! Go get it!
A hop, skip and a ferry ride away from Seattle is the quaint city of Friday Harbor. The island is hosting this year’s San Juan County fair, which has the feeling of an arts festival. Come and see.
We Washingtonians know summer really starts July 5, which makes the San Juan Islands an even more desirable destination since it receives only half the amount of rain Seattle does. Clearly the San Juan Islands […]
The New York Times has named Willows Inn Restaurant on Lummi Island one of the Top 10 Restaurants Worth a Plane Trip for 2011. Lucky for us, it’s only 30 minutes from Bellingham. And aside from eating, there’s beautiful scenery and fun things to do!
Their motto is “Real Islands… Real Close”. The San Juans, a cluster of over 70 islands to the north and west of Seattle, are just a car and ferry ride away. A destination spot for romantic getaways, cycling trips or adventurists, three of the islands – San Juan, Orcas, and Lopez offer a variety of accomodations and dining experiences for your next getaway.