Sponsored by Travel San Juan and Maya’s Legacy Whale watching

Washington Trails Association
As the nation's largest state-based hiking nonprofit organization, Washington Trails Association is the voice for hikers in Washington state. We protect hiking trails and wildlands, take volunteers out to maintain trails, and promote hiking as a healthy, fun way to explore the outdoors.
Outdoor Odysseys
Experience San Juan Island kayaking tours that incorporate whale watching, camping, hiking and incredible outdoor cuisine as we celebrate our 30th year! Outdoor Odysseys Sea Kayak Tours has operated one of a kind sea kayaking trips from Friday Harbor, San Juan Island since 1987. outdoorodysseys.com
The Whale Museum
The Whale Museum, located in beautiful Friday Harbor, Washington, opened to the public in 1979 as the first museum in the country devoted to a species living in the wild. Today, our museum continues to promote stewardship of whales and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research.
Snug Harbor Resort
  Welcome to the all new Snug Harbor Resort Located on San Juan Island’s west side, on peaceful Mitchell Bay, Snug Harbor Resort offers year-round waterfront accommodations. All of our 17 cabins and three suites are spacious with beautiful interiors, expansive glass, vaulted ceilings, full kitchens, and uninterrupted, stunning views.
Backdoor Kitchen
Open for Dinner Dinner hours vary seasonally, please call (360) 378-9540 Phone (360) 378-9540 E-mail: hilderman@rockisland.com San Juan Island Links: Located in Friday Harbor on the San Juan Island in Washington. 400b “A” Street “Out backa the freight yard…” From the ferry terminal go up Spring Street one block, take
Cask and Schooner Public House & Restaurant
Welcome to the Cask & Schooner Public House & Restaurant A place of rustic fare and well-crafted libation in Friday Harbor, WA on San Juan Island At Cask & Schooner, we highlight local, sustainable, and delicious food grown and harvested by our friends and farmers. We are committed to offering