The San Juan Islands are located about 70 miles north of Seattle with four ferry-served islands and many more that are only accessed by water taxi or private vessels.
The islands have a colorful history that goes back to the 1800's. Currently, a major vacation and 2nd home destination for Pacific Northwest residents, who love the scenic beauty, boating, hiking opportunities and laid-back lifestyle. The islands also host visitors from all over the world.
So which are the ferry-served islands?
The largest island with the most diverse topography
The smallest of the islands, Shaw has a small general store and a county park
The first stop on the ferries, Lopez is know for its agriculture and bike-ability
We work throughout San Juan County, so if you're considering making the move to a ferry-served island, we would love to help you!