San Juan Island has a marvelous Fall season. The days are warm and sunny, thanks to the Olympic Rain Shadow. Seasonal restaurants and tour operators are still open for business. Beaches and attractions aren’t crowded anymore and the island celebrates the end of Summer with harvest festivals, parades and art shows. Wondering what to do in the Fall? Find some beautiful ideas in this lovely blog from a frequent island visitor My Favorite Spots to Visit San Juan Island in the Fall…
When the Summer is over, San Juan Islanders invite you to Savor the San Juans. Savor is a celebration of all senses, from the end of September to mid-November, speckled with parades, harvest festivals, and other fun events around food, music and art. Most hotels offer fabulously priced lodging specials. ..
On a recent whale & wildlife tour with the Western Prince we encountered K25 feeding. K25 is a male member of the K-Pod, one of the three families making up the Southern Resident Killer Whales. K-pod is the smallest pod.
Rarely do you find a getaway which has it all.
The perfect spot for a romantic getaway, may not have wild outdoor adventures. When there are plenty of things to do for the kids, there may be a shortage of high quality restaurant or interesting art and culture. The best places to fish likely have limited shopping or cute boutiques.