Did you know? Everything tastes better outside and cookies consumed after biking the island don’t have any calories?
San Juan Island offers breathtakingly beautiful spots for dining al fresco.
Grab your favorite take-out or get some crusty bread, good cheeses and a bottle of local wine at the Food Coop and head out. Here are our favorite places:
The 20-acre sculpture park on the north end of the isle displays really cool art and poems along five trails, winding through fields and forest, around a lake and along Westcott Bay. Commit some art yourself at the free Saturday art days and find a bench which speaks to you for lunch.
San Juan County Park
This gem on the westside of the island has two crescent-shaped beaches where boaters and kayakers launch, which are divided by a grassy hill just waiting for lawn games. Soak in the views of mighty Haro Strait and the snow covered Olympics while enjoying your (calorie-free?) cookies.