Bainbridge Island Attractions:
Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 | 206-842-2982
Bainbridge Island is just a short ferry ride from Seattle and the small hamlet of Winslow is just a five minute walk from the ferry terminal. Winslow offers great shopping and restaurants. Whether you are interested in fine art or folk art, antiques or books, or anything in between, you will find it in Winslow and all within walking distance.
7571 NE Dolphin Drive, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 | 206-842-7631
This award-winning public garden on Bainbridge Island features 150 acres of natural woodlands and beautifully landscaped gardens, including a Japanese Garden, a Moss Garden, and Reflection Pool, and the Bloedels' former estate home. Truly a Northwest treasure!
Blake Island Attractions:
1201 Alaskan Way, Pier 55/56, Seattle, WA 98101 | 206-623-1445
This 4-hour adventure begins with a narrated cruise from downtown Seattle to Tillicum Village on Blake Island, where you'll enjoy a fabulous salmon buffet meal followed by a show that highlights the Coast Salish tribes through storytelling and symbolism. Afterward, you'll have free time to explore the grounds and gift shop before returning to Seattle.
Camano Island Attractions:
1880 SW Camano Dr, Camano Island, WA 98282 | 360-387-1550
If you're looking to get away from it all, you can't do much better than Cama Beach State Park. This 433-acre park on the southwest shore of Camano Island resembles a 1930s-era fishing resort complete with refurbished waterfront cedar cabins and bungalows, beautiful sunsets over Saratoga Passage, hiking and bicycling trails, a vast array of wildlife, and much more!
2269 S. Lowell Point Road, Camano Island, WA 98282 | 360-387-3031
Camano Island State Park is one of two state parks on the island, offering 6,700 feet of rocky shoreline and beach, and sweeping views of the surrounding mountains. The park is open year round for camping and day use, and offers five cabins in a diverse mature forest with views of Saratoga Passage. Activities include hiking, biking, clamming, diving, waterskiing, and more.
332 NE Camano Dr, Camano Island, WA 98282 | 360-387-5807
If you're looking for adventure, Canopy Tours Northwest offers a ziplining tour you won't soon forget! Located on the 234-acre Kristoferson Farm on beautiful Camano Island, the tour consists of 6 zip lines, a log bridge, 2 short trail walks, and a 47-foot final rappel! It truly is a breathtaking Northwest adventure!
San Juan Island Attractions:
1567 Westside Road, Friday Harbor, WA 98250 | 360-902-8844
The Lime Kiln Lighthouse, built in 1914, was the last major light established in Washington. Located in Lime Kiln Point State Park on the western side of San Juan Island, the lighthouse is easily accessible to the public, and the grounds are a terrific place for a picnic lunch. It's also rumored to be the best land-based whale watching spot on the islands.
Vashon Island Attractions:
3705 SW Pt Robinson Rd, Vashon, WA 98070 | 206-463-9602
Just a short ferry ride away from Seattle, Point Robinson Lighthouse is located on the eastern side of Maury Island - Vashon Island's connecting neighbor. One of the more easily-accessible lighthouses on the Sound, Point Robinson is a must-see when visiting Vashon/Maury Islands, with great views of the Sound from its driftwood-lined beach.
8900 SW Harbor Dr, Vashon, WA 98070 | 206-463-9257
This seasonal kayak rental center is operated by the Vashon Park District and is located at Jensen Point on Vashon Island. Rent by the hour and paddle through Quartermaster Harbor and out and around the island, or join a guided tour for a Moonlight Paddle or a Day Journey to Blake Island. Group tours are available, so bring your friends!
Whidbey Island Attractions:
1280 Engle Road, Coupeville, WA 98239 | 360-240-5584
Located on the western side of Whidbey Island where the Strait of San Juan de Fuca meets Admiralty Inlet, the 80-foot bluffs of Admiralty Head provided ships a turning point for Seattle and the points south. Due to its important location, Admiralty Head became the first location to receive a lighthouse in the Puget Sound area.
N. Main St. & Front St. NE, Coupeville, WA 98239 | 360-678-5434
A whole host of one-of-a-kind shops and galleries line the streets of this historic waterfront town, offering everything from soy candles and local lavender to knitting yarns and handcrafted pottery. Spend the day shopping to your heart's content, enjoy a summertime concert in the park, then stop in for dinner at the Front Street Grill.
41020 State Route 20, Oak Harbor, WA 98277 | 360-902-8844
The most popular of Washington's State Parks, Deception Pass State Park has it all - beaches, horse trails, fishing, bird watching, old-growth forests, abundant wildlife, 38 miles of hiking trails, over 300 campsites, crabbing, clamming, boat rentals, and so much more - all on 4,134 acres with stunning views and beautiful wilderness at every turn.
1280 Engle Road, Coupeville, WA 98239 | 800-233-0321
This 467-acre park on Central Whidbey Island has it all - spectacular views of the Admiralty Inlet along over 10,000 feet of shoreline, a lighthouse you can tour, historic military bunkers and guns to explore, large fields perfect for kite-flying, camping, boating, fishing, and much more. You'd be hard-pressed to find a more perfect location for a summer weekend outdoors!
1st St & Cascade Ave, Langley, WA 98260 | 360-221-6765
The historic seaside village of Langley on Whidbey Island offers everything from live music and handcrafted arts to gorgeous views and a whole host of outdoor activities. It's the shopping that attracts the most visitors, though - with it's quaint boutiques, antique stores, art galleries, and gift shops, there's something for everyone in this picturesque town.