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The San Juan Islands, WA


More than 170 islands comprise this archipelago, lying off mainland Washington at the juncture of the straits of Georgia and Juan de Fuca, and sheltered from the Pacific Ocean by the Olympic Peninsula and Vancouver Island. There are reputedly an additional 300 rocky “islands” at low tide.

The islands were once part of a mountain range connecting Washington to Vancouver Island. Eighty-three islands are protected as part of the San Juan Wildlife Refuge, home to seabirds, seals and sea lions. About 90 Orca whales are year round residents of the area.

The four islands served by the Washington State Ferry – Lopez, Orcas, San Juan, and Shaw are the usual destinations for bicycling (there are a number of bicycle rental services) and gentle sightseeing. To reach any of the other islands, about 40 of which are inhabited, you will need to arrange your own transportation.

On the main islands, the farming and fishing communities have been joined by “urban refugees” including many artists, perhaps drawn by the natural beauty and solitude of these islands. During the summer months, the main islands receive as many visitors as they can accommodate, so be sure to book your stay in advance.

Friday Harbor is the business center for the islands, its harbor is now teeming with commercial fishing boats and pleasure yachts. After completing a walk and shopping tour of the town, you’ll want to head for the whale overlook at Lime Kiln Park and then visit historic sites at American and English camps to relive island history. You’ll take another step back in time with a visit to historic Roche Harbor, once the home of a lime and cement company, where paths are paved with the bricks which lined the lime kilns. San Juan has an area of 55.3 square miles. Population is 7000.



San Juan Island Facts

  • Current Population: 13,000
  • Total islands: 400
  • Traffic Lights: 0
  • Flight time from Seattle: 30 minutes
  • Average days of sunshine: 247

Arctic Raven Gallery
One Front St, Second Floor
Friday Harbor WA 98250
(360) 378-3433
Toll Free: 888-378-3222Contemporary Native art featuring masks, ivory carvings , sculpture & basketry.
Dolphin Arts
161 First St.,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2983Features original watercolors and jewelry designs, as well as screen printed art on clothes, cards, and prints.
Firearts Studio
2217 Wold Rd.,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-5929Offering a unique selection of sculptural glass and enamel pieces – tiles, tabletops, light sconces, clocks, ceramic dinnerware and teapots.
Island Studios, Inc.
270 Spring St
Friday Harbor WA 98250
(360) 378-5788Fine arts & crafts made by local San Juan Island artists.
Michael Bertrand Photography Studio
50 Malcolm # 707 (by appointment)
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 317-6622
Napier Sculpture Gallery
232 “A” Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-2221
Toll Free: 888-378-2221 Contemporary and realistic bronze and metal artwork.
Rainshadow Arts Gallery
144 Panorama Pl 
(360) 378-1371Photography, gourd vessels and lamps by local artists.
San Juan Gallery & Framing
210 Nichols
Friday Harbor WA 98250
(360) 378-1376Full service framing, as well as paintings & sculptures by local artists
The Watering Hole Gallery
1232 Egg Lake Road
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
Toll Free: 888-367-5211Photography, fabric and bead art, wooden bowls, vases and sculptures from local San Juan Island artists.
Waterworks Gallery
315 Spring St,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3060Sculpture, ceramics, glass, oil, acrylic, gouache, watercolor, pastel, and intaglio from Pacific Northwest artists.
Westcott Bay Reserve Sculpture Park
Roche Harbor, WA. 98250 
(360) 370-5050A nineteen-acre nature reserve displaying over 80 sculptures. Excellent bird-watching and nature trails.

The Whale Museum
62 First St.N.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4710Museum specializing in the natural history of marine mammals, with a focus on the orcas currently living in the waters of the San Juan Islands.
San Juan Island Historical Museum
405 Price Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3949Features historic photographs & documents. The museum consists of the original farmhouse, the first county jail, a turn-of-the-century log cabin, barn, milk house, and carriage house.

San Juan Community Theatre & Arts
100 Second Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3210From locally produced events to world-class touring performers. Drama, comedies, musicals, dance and music.
Palace Theatre, LLC
209 Spring St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3578
(360) 370-5666Historic theater offering first run movies. Two screens.

Chamber Music San Juans
(360) 378-3210Chamber concerts feature performers from the Northwest and many major musical centers in the United States and Canada.
San Juan County Fair
San Juan County Fairgrounds on Argyle Avenue
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-4310August 18 – 21, 2004: Arts & crafts, livestock & agricultural competitions & presentations, 4H, music, puppets, and carnival rides.
San Juan Island Park & Rec District
580 Guard Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-4953Sport leagues, fitness programs & family & community social activities for children, teens adults & seniors.
San Juan Farmers’ Market
County Courthouse parking lot on Second Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2372The Market is open from May to October, 10:00am-1:00pm.
Pelindaba Lavender Farm
33 Hawthorne Lane
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4248
Toll Free: 866-819-1911Lavender harvest festival: July 10 – 11, 2004. Organically certified farm and store featuring lavender plants, lavender essential oils and handcrafted lavender-based products.
Lavender Fields Day Spa
located at Pelindaba Lavender Farm on San Juan Island, WA 
(360) 378-3637Massage Therapy & Bodywork, La Stone Hot Rock Massage, Hot Oil Scalp Massage, Reflexology, Aesthetician Services.

American Camp – San Juan Island National Historical Park
Visitor Center/Ranger Station: Open All Year
September 2 – June 6: Thursday-Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
June 9 – September 1: Daily, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Visitor Center: (360) 378-2902 six miles southeast of downtown Friday Harbor, American Camp has over 1,200 acres of grassland and beach with 9 miles of trails and spectacular marine vistas. South Beach, 4th of July Beach, Cattle Park and Jakle’s Lagoon are all a part of American Camp. A one mile, self-guided history foot trail begins in the American Camp parking lot. Ranger guided walks are also available. Facilities include picnic tables, fire pits, and restrooms.
Eagle Cove Park
Eagle Cove Road, 6 miles southeast of Friday Harbor A nice sandy beach great for picnicking and beachcombing.
English Camp – San Juan Island National Historical Park
Visitor Center: June 9 – September 2, Daily, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Camp is about nine miles northwest of downtown Friday Harbor. It contains 530 acres with 2 miles of shoreline and approximately 4 miles of trails. A self-guided history walk includes trails to the open Parade Ground, formal English garden, cemetery and up through the woods leading to breathtaking views of Canada at the top of Mt. Young. Picnic tables, restrooms, and a dinghy dock.
Fourth of July Beach
Part of American Camp – A perfect spot for a picnic or kite flying. Many people enjoy wading in Griffin Bay on a summer day.
Mt. Finlayson Nature Trail
Part of American Camp. Beautiful views of Mt. Rainier on a clear day. The trail is up 290′ Mt. Finlayson.
San Juan County Park
(360) 378-1842San Juan County Park is a beautiful 12 acre park located at Smallpox Bay (between Friday Harbor and Roche Harbor). Beautiful views to the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Olympic Mountains and British Columbia. Park amenities include water, flush toilets, picnic tables, fire rings, 20 campsites, boat launch & mooring buoys.
Cattle Point Lighthouse
Part of American Camp – a great spot for a picnic. Visit the Coast Guard Radio Station.
Eagle Cove
A popular sandy beach on the south side of the island.
Egg Lake
Fish for rainbow trout in April and May, and largemouth bass throughout the summer. This small year-round lake is located on the northeast end of San Juan Island. There is a public access dock and launch ramp on Egg Lake Road
Jackson Beach
Off Pear Point Road Sandy beach popular for volleyball, picnics, wading and skimboarding.
Lime Kiln State Park
Also known as “Whale Watch Park”, Lime Kiln State Park is located 9 miles west of Friday Harbor. Orca whales, porpoises, seals, dolphins, and eagles frequent these shorelines during the spring and summer months. High rocky banks – no beach. Facilities include toilets, picnic sites, a lighthouse, and a viewing platform.
Reuben Tarte picnic area
Limestone Point Road This secluded park looks out at Saturna, Flattop, Waldron, Sucia, and Orcas Islands. Roadside parking – walk down steep trail.
San Juan County Park
380 Westside RoadCamping, picnicking, boating, scuba diving. 18 campsites.
Sportsman’s Lake
Located approximately 3 miles northwest of Friday Harbor this 66 acre lake has a public access boat launch.
Turn Point Park
Launch kayaks/canoes only – carry from the parking area.
Westcott Bay Reserve Sculpture Park 
(360) 370-5050A nineteen-acre nature reserve displaying over 80 sculptures. Excellent bird-watching and nature trails.

Susie’s Moped Rentals, Inc.
Harrison and “A” Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-5244
fax: (360) 378-6444Moped and dune buggy rentals. Hourly and daily rates.
Bon Accord Charters
PO Box 994
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-6670Guided bicycle tours. Choose from 1/2 day, full day, and 1 or 2 night venues. Tours are limited to 6 people.
Island Bicycles
380 Argyle Ave.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4941
fax: (360) 378-4706Mountain and road bike rentals available by the hour, day, multi-day or week. Reservations are strongly recommended during the summer months.
San Juan County Public Works “Bike Smart” and safety tips.

San Juan Safaris
PO BOX 2749
San Juan Island, WA
(360) 378-1323
800-450-6858Whale watching & sea kayaking from Friday Harbor and Roche Harbor. Small groups with naturalist guides, state-of-the-art equipment. Rental of open or sit-on-top style kayaks available by the hour or the day.
Adventure Kayak Tours
PO Box 2106
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 (360) 378-5296 Toll free: 888-858-5296Kayak tours, sales and rentals.
Bon Accord Kayak Tours
PO Box 994
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-6670Choose from a 1 to 2 hour scenic pace or up to 4 to 5 hour training paddles. Tours limited to 6 persons, with flexible scheduling. We are the home of the Mothership kayak whale watching and wildlife tours for the San Juan Islands.
Crystal Seas Kayaking
P.O. Box 3135
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-7899
877-SEAS-877Offers small guided nature-oriented tours ranging from introductory 3 hour tours to full day excursions and multi-day expeditions.
Discovery Sea Kayak
188 Madrona
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-2559
Toll free: 800-420-2559
fax: (360) 378-4147Day trips, multi-day or guided rental trips in small groups with a 6 to 8 guest maximum.
Outdoor Odysseys Kayak Tours
86 Cedar St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3533
800-647-46211 to 5 day kayak tours with naturalist/guides in groups averaging 6 to 12 people. Picnic lunch included in day trips.
San Juan Kayak Expeditions
P.O. Box 2041
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4436
fax: (360) 370-51913 and 4 day guided kayak expeditions. Kayak rentals by the day or week.
Sea Quest Kayak Expeditions
P.O. Box 2424
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-5767
fax: (360) 378-8767Half-day tours to Lime Kiln Whale Watch Park, camping trips from 2 to 5 days to the smaller islands, and custom trips.

A Trophy Charters
Dock #2, Spring St. Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-2110Fishing and/or whalewatching tours with underwater video camera.
Eagle’s Eye Tours
PO Box 171,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 472-0296Charters and tours of the unique places that are part of life in the San Juans.
Maya’s Whale Watch Charters
Snug Harbor Marina
1997 Mitchell Bay Road,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-7996Year-round whale watching and wildlife tours with 6 passengers max.
Salish Sea Charters
PO Box 4446
Roche Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-8555
Toll free: 877-560-571118 passenger vessel with a heated cabin offering whale watching tours.
San Juan Boat Tours
P.O. Box 2281
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3499
800-232-ORCA (6722)Whale watching tours from Friday Harbor and Rosario with 12 passenger max. May 22nd through September 6th
San Juan Excursions
#2 Spring St. Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6636
fax: (360) 378-6652
800-80-WHALEDaily departures May thru Sept. All trips with experienced naturalist guides.
San Juan Safaris
PO BOX 2749
San Juan Island, WA
(360) 378-1323
800-450-6858Whale watching by boat or sea kayak from Friday Harbor and Roche Harbor. Small groups with naturalist guides, state-of-the-art equipment.
Western Prince
PO Box 418
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-5315
fax: (360) 378-4240Whale watching and wildlife cruises with no more than 30 passengers. Private boat charters for up to 35 guests.

San Juan Golf & Country Club
806 Golf Course Rd
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-2254 fax:
(360) 378-3107

Golf and tennis. Open to the public. Pro Shop, restaurant & lounge.

American Camp Trails
Visitor Center/Ranger Station: Open All Year
September 2 – June 6: Thursday-Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
June 9 – September 1: Daily, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
Visitor Center: (360) 378-2902American Camp offers a variety of trail experiences.
– A 1.25 mile self-guided history foot trail, begins in the American Camp parking lot.
– Jakle’s Lagoon Trail is 1.5 miles long. Great bird watching.
– Mt. Finlayson Trail is a 3 mile loop taking you to the top of Mt. Finlayson. Beautiful views of Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainier, the Olympic Mountains, and British Columbia.
– The South Beach walk is 2 miles long. Great tide pool observing during low tide.
English Camp Trails
Visitor Center: June 9 to September 2: Daily, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.– Bell Point Trail is a 2 mile loop with views of Westcott Bay.
– Young Hill Trail is 1.25 miles of steep trail, taking you to the top of Young Hill for a panoramic view of the island’s northeast corner. The English Camp cemetery holds the remains of six Royal Marines.
San Juan Island Audubon Society Bird Walks
http://www.sjiaudubon.orgMonthly field trips with Audubon society members.
San Juan Island National Historic Park Self Guided Walks
P.O. Box 429
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2240
(360) 378-2902
fax: (360) 378-2615
(360) 378-2996Maps & descriptions of self-guided walks on San Juan Island.
San Juan Island Trails Committee
www.sanjuanislandtrails.orgList of hiking and biking trails on San Juan Island.
San Juan Transit Hiking Information
www.sanjuantransit.comSan Juan Island hikes rated from easy to moderate/strenuous.

A Trophy Charters
(360) 378-2110All fishing gear & bait provided for salmon, halibut and bottom fishing in San Juan Islands.
Duke’s Sporting Goods
280 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-6271Fishing/crabbing gear.
Egg Lake
Located on the northeast end of San Juan Island. Largemouth bass and rainbow trout, with good rainbow fishing in April and May.
Gray Eagle Charters
PO Box 2627
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6403Skippered fishing charters.
Lakedale Resort
4313 Roche Harbor Road
Friday Harbor WA 98250
(360) 378-2350Two private lakes stocked with rainbow trout and largemouth Bass.
North Shore Charters
P.O. Box 316
Eastsound, WA 98245
(360) 376-4855Fishing charters for up to 6 people and their pets.
LingCod Season: May 1 – June 15, Halibut: May 1, Cabezon: May 1-Nov 30, Rock Fish: year round
Sportsman’s Lake
66 acre lake located 3 miles northwest of Friday Harbor.
Washington Dept of Fish & Wildlife
(360) 796-3215Sportfishing and shellfish regulations and
seasons. Online fishing license purchase.

A Trophy Charters
Dock #2, Spring St. Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2110Fishing and/or whale watching tours with underwater video camera.
Adventures Under Sail
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-8330Skippered cruises
Bon Accord Charters
P.O. Box 472
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-6670Six-passenger vessel, offering whale watching / wildlife tours.
Caramel Sailing Cruises
P.O. Box 501
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-9816
Toll Free 888- 875-177437′ Hunter Legend sailboat.
Charters Northwest
#2 Spring Street Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-7196
fax: (360) 378-7197Bareboat/skippered charters, sail & power, 16′ – 50′. Half-day, full-day and multi-day rentals of small and large powerboats and sailboats
Harmony Charters
973 Shark Reef Rd.
Lopez Island, WA 98261
(360) 468-3310
fax: (360) 468-378663′ yacht with 3 private staterooms. Offers day cruises, or extended 10 day cruises.
North Shore Charters
P.O. Box 316
Eastsound, WA 98245
(360) 376-4855Fishing, sunset cruises and charters for up to 6 people and their pets.
Northwest Yachts
#2 Spring Street Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 370-5560
(360) 378-7197Offers sail, power, bareboat and crewed charter yachts as well as instruction, skippers, rentals and trip planning.
Port of Friday Harbor
PO Box 889,
Friday Harbor WA 98250
(360) 378-2688
fax: (360) 378-6114
Roche Harbor Marina
248 Reuben Memorial Drive
(P.O. Box 4001)
Roche Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2155 Moorage, gas, diesel, propane, showers, Laundromat, groceries, yacht charters , pool, restaurants, lodging, shops, gardens, float plane terminal. Kayak and whale watching tours, day cruise to Victoria. U.S. Customs Port of Entry.
San Juan Charters
695 Cape Drive
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-5578
fax: (360) 378-4056Skippered boat charters through the San Juan Islands and Canadian Gulf Islands.
San Juan Excursions
#2 Spring St. Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6636
fax: (360) 378 6652
800-80-WHALEDaily departures May thru Sept. All trips with experienced naturalist guides.
San Juan Island Yacht Club
273 Front St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-3434
fax: (360) 378-4963Private membership club. Available for weddings, anniversaries, etc.
San Juan Island Sailing Foundation
P.O. Box 2464
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-4119A volunteer community service organization. Sailing classes & races for ages 8 years through adult.
San Juans Navigator
617 Franck Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-6973
fax: (360) 378-5199Boaters guide for San Juan County, Washington State. Maps, port information and a directory of services.
San Juan Safaris
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-1323Whale watching, wildlife & bird watching cruises from Friday Harbor and Roche Harbor. Naturalist guides, state-of-the-art equipment.
Scamper Charters
685 Spring St. #191
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
877-314-3532A 36 foot fantail launch built in 1920. Six passenger limit. Departs each evening for a sunset cruise.
Snug Harbor Resort Marina
1997 Mitchell Bay Road,
Friday Harbor, WA 98250. 
(360) 378-4762
fax: (360) 378-8859Boat rentals, charters, launch ramp, gas dock. Whale & kayak tours.
Vessel Assist San Juans
1063 Turn Point Road
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4588Towing, divers, fuel, jump start.

Island Dive & Water Sports
2A Spring Street Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-2772
fax: (360) 378-5549

Full service dive operation in the San Juan Islands.

Pelindaba Lavender
P.O. Box 2389
33 Hawthorne Lane
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-5789
fax: (360) 378-8946Organic lavender farm with over 9,000 plants, on-site picking. Over 35 handmade products sold.
Friday Harbor Visitor’s Center
125 Spring Street,
Friday Harbor, WA 
(360) 378-2240Open All Year
September 2-June 6 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
June 9-September 1 Daily, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Krystal Acres Alpacas
152 Blazing Tree Rd
Friday Harbor, WA 
(360) 378-6125A 70 acre farm with more than 40 alpacas. Country store offers extraordinary selection of alpaca sweaters, coats, and alpaca toys.
Paradise Lanes Bowling Alley
365 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 370-5667Bowling, arcade, pool tables & pro shop.
San Juan Vineyards
136 Roche Harbor Rd
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-9463
fax: (360) 378-26683 miles from Friday Harbor on Roche Harbor Road, San Juan Vineyards grows Madeline Angevine, Siegerebbe, and Pinot Noir varietals. Tasting room and gift shop in a historic 1895 one-room schoolhouse.
San Juan Skate Park
located at the Fairgroundson Argyle Avenue in Friday HarborSkateboarding, in-line skating, trick bike facility. Playground equipment. Picnic shelter with tables and large grill.
Shepherd’s Croft
Bailer Hill and Wold Rd
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-6372Local sheep farm produces wool yarn, bed comforters and washable sheepskin rugs. Summertime attractions include spinning demonstrations, lambs, piglets, and a flock of laying chickens.
Westcott Bay Orchards
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-3880Tours of the orchard and cider house are available by appointment. They produce and bottle a vintage Hard Cider from 100% fresh-pressed heirloom apples.
Westcott Bay Sea Farms
904 Westcott Drive
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-2489
fax: (360) 378-6388A shellfish aquaculture farm producing gourmet oysters, clams and mussels. They offer occasional pick-your-own days, and on-site retail sales. Hours of operation are: Monday-Friday, 8:30-5:00; Saturday, 10:00-5:00; Sunday (May-Sept.), 11:00-5:00.

40 Spring St.
Friday Harbor (360) 378-8226
Mexican – starts at $4.00
Indoor & Outdoor seating
Sunday 12 – 8pm, Mon -Sat 11am – 8pm
Backdoor Kitchen & Catering
400 A St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-9540
Eclectic Menu – Food from everywhere
Daily Specials
Tues – Sat 11am – 3pm, Dinner’s 5:30p – 9 pm (start in June)
275 A St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8646
Lunch & Dinner daily, Sunday Brunch
Daily 7am – 3pm, Dinner 4pm – 7pm (Thu/Fri/Sat)
Bella Luna
175 First St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-4118
Italian/Seafood – starts at $5.00
Family & Romantic Dining
Lunch 12 – 4pm, Dinner 4pm – 10pm
Blue Dolphin
185 First St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-6116
Breakfast served all day, lunch
Family Dining – starts at $2.00
Breakfast 5am – 2pm, Lunch 11am – 2pm
Cafe Vinny’s
165 West St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-1934
Fine Dining, Steaks, Seafood & Italian Specialties. Reservations Recommended
5pm – 10pm
Cannery House
174 First St
Friday Harbor (360) 378-2500
Soup, Sandwich, Specials – starts at $5.00
Daily 11am – 3pm, Dinner 5pm – 8pm (in summer)
China Pearl
51 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-5254
Lounge:(360) 378-555
Chinese, Thai, Korean – starts at $5.00
Lunch/Dinner 11:30am – 10pm, Lounge open Noon – 2am
Clay Café
10 First St N
Friday Harbor (360) 378-5544
Espresso, Baked Goods – starts at $2.00
Ceramic Goods & Baked Goods
Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
Doctor’s Office
85 Front St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8865
Espresso, ice cream, snacks – starts at $1.00
Open Daily 5 am – 9pm
10 Front St
Friday Harbor (360) 378-2700
Seafood, Steak, Poultry & Pasta
Breakfast Sat (9a-Noon) Sun(9a-2p), Lunch Mon – Sat 11a -5p/Sun11a-4p
Dinner Mon-Sat 5p-10p/Sun 4p-10p
Duck Soup Inn
3090 Roche Harbor Rd
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-4878
Fine Bistro food and wine – starts at $16.00
Open Friday/Sat/Sun 5:30 – 9 pm, Wed & Thurs in July/Aug
Entertainment Tonite
420 Argyle Ave
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-3700
Pizza, deli, bakery – starts at $5.00
Daily 7am – 9:30pm
The Flying Burrito
701 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-1077
Mexican Menu / Lunch, Dinner
Mon – Sat 11am- 7pm, Closed Sunday
Friday Harbor House
130 West St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8455
Casual fine dining overlooking the harbor. Reservations suggested
open at 5:30pm, Open 7 days a week in summer
Friday’s Crabhouse
65 Front St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8801
Seafood & Specials with open deck seating
Weekends thru May 11:30-7pm
June thru Sept: open daily
F.H. Ice Cream Co.
At the base of Spring St by Memorial Park —-
Espresso, ice cream, snacks $1.50
Friday Harbor Seafood
Located on the main dock at the Friday Harbor Port
(360) 378-5779
Take out: seafood
Front Street Cafe
101 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-2245
Espresso, soup, salad – starts at $1.50
Daily specials
open 7 days a week 6:30am – 2pm, Fri/Sat open 6:30a -9p
Front St. Ale House
1 Front St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-BEER
Pub fare, handcrafted beer – starts at $5.00
Lunch & Dinner Sunday11a-10p, Mon-Thu 11a-11p/Fri-Sat 11a-12p
Garden Path Café
135 2nd Ave
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-6255
Baked goods, Salads, Sandwiches – starts at $2.00
Breakfast/Lunch 8am-3pm, Dinner 5pm – 9pm
Haley’s Bait Shop & Grill
175 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-4434
Fresh American with a flare – starts at $3.00
Lunch/Dinner Sunday 11a – 5 pm, Mon – Sat 11am – 10:30pm
Herbs Tavern
80 First St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-7076
Burgers, fish and chips, bar food
Hours from 11am – 2am, Food from 11am-9pm (June til 10pm )
Hungry Clam
Corner of A & First
Friday Harbor (360) 378-3474 Burgers, fish and chips, shakes
Hours from 11a – 7p daily<
Maloula’s Restaurant
1 Front St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8485
Mediterranean, seafood – starts at $5.00
Until Memorial weekend Wed-Sat, Lunch 11a-3p / dinner 5:30p-8:30p
Menu Bar
435-B Argyle Ave
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-1987
Espresso, baked goods, Computer Internet Access
Mon-Fri 9a-6p / Sat 10a-5p
Market Chef
225 A Street
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-4546
Deli, soups, salads, sandwiches
11a – 3p daily
Mi Casita
95 Nichols St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-6103
Mexican Cuisine – starts at $6.00
Lunch 11am – 2pm, Dinner 5pm to 8:30pm, Sat 5pm – 9pm
The Place Bar & Grill
1 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8707
Fresh seafood, Northwest – starts at $9.00
Daily 5pm – 9pm
Roche Harbor Restaurants
McMillin’s Restaurant
Madrona Grill
Limekiln Cafe
Roche Harbor, WA
(360) 378-5757
(360) 378-2155
Northwest steak, seafood – starts at $12.00
3 restaurants to choose from
Lunch /Dinner /Bar(Madrona)
Roy’s Drive-Thru Espresso
25 Nichols St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-8822
Soups, hot dogs, espresso – starts at $2.00
Mon – Fri 7am – 5pm, Sat 7am – 3pm
SJ Coffee Roasting Co.
18 Cannery Landing
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-4443
Candy, ice cream, espresso – starts at $2.00
Located next to the ferry landing
SJ Golf & Country Club
806 Golf Course Rd
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-2254
Snack Bar & Lounge
From 11a – 4pm Daily, Golf 7am to Sunset
The San Juan Donut Shop
209 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-5051
Breakfast, lunch, soups – starts at $2.50
Breakfast (served all day) & Lunch Daily from 6:30am – 3pm
Steps Wine Bar & Cafe
next to the ferry landing
Friday Harbor
(360) 370-5959
Open year round, serving lunch and dinner with a extensive wine list.
Sweet Retreat
264 Spring St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-1957
Breakfast, lunch, soups, Espresso, Ice Cream & Daily Specials
Mon – Fri 7:30a-5p / Sat 8a-2p
Thai Kitchen
42 First St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-1917
Thai food
Mon dinner only 5p-8:30p, Lunch T/F 11:30a-2:30p, Dinner 5p-9p, Sat/Sun dinner 5p-9p
Tommy’s Pizza & Subs
65 Front St
Friday Harbor (360) 378-8440Pizza, subs, salads – starts at $4.00
Local Delivery – up to 2 miles out
Wed- Thur 11a-2p & 5p-9p
F/S 11a-9p &Sun 11a-8p
Closed M/T for right now may change in June
Vic’s Driftwood Drive Inn
25 2nd St
Friday Harbor
(360) 378-VICSBurgers, baskets, espresso – starts at $2.00
Mon-Fri 7a-7p / Sat 7a-2p

Browne’s Home Center
860 Mullis Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2168Hardware, insulation, doors, lumber, windows, tools, paint, plywood, mouldings, millwork, tile, cabinets, nursery & garden center.
Dan Levin Originals
50 First Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2051
800-234-5078Fine gold jewelry designs, hand signed by the artist.
Dockside Treasures
6 Cannery Landing
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-4013
fax: (360) 378-4396San Juan Island souvenirs and other gifts.
Dolphin Arts – Cotton Cotton Cotton
165 1st St
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3531Screen printed art on clothes, cards, prints and original watercolors by local artist Viven Burnet. Original jewelry design by Deborah Johnsen and Possiko.
285 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6454Retail clothing for women.
Duke’s Sporting Goods
280 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA
(360) 378-6271
fax: (360) 378-6271Fishing/crabbing gear, outdoor games, tennis and golf accessories, team sports, and athletic apparel.
Elephant Crossing
30 First St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-1031
fax: (360) 378-9613Candles, baskets, apparel & tapestries.
Friday Harbor Drug
210 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4421
fax: (360) 378-6140Local pharmacy, souvenirs, maps, nautical charts, sundries, film, and cosmetics.
Friday Harbor Hardware
340 Argyle Ave
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4622
fax: (360) 378-4648A retail hardware, lawn, and garden store.
Friday Harbor Trading Co.
180 First Street
P.O. Box 953
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6660A nautical gift shop/gallery featuring local and regional artwork and gifts.
Friday Harbor Pet Supplies, Inc.
849 Spring St. #5
Friday Harbor, WA 98250Quality pet supplies.
Funk & Junk/Islands Auction Co.
85 Nichols Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2638
866-374-4272Antiques / Estate and collectible auctions.
The Garuda & I
P.O. Box 2723
60 First St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3733
fax: (360) 378-6905Gallery of unique artifacts, including a large array of beads from all over the world.
Honey Lanes Farms
289 Honey Lane
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-1895Alpaca yarns, knitting patterns and handcrafted soaps
Island Wine
P.O. Box 1895
2 Cannery Landing
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-3229
fax: (360) 378-6229San Juan Cellars Wines, next to the Friday Harbor ferry terminal.
The Little Store
285 Spring Street
P.O. Box 1640
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4422
(360) 378-4456
Mystical Mermaid
773 Spring St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2617Gift shop featuring jewelry, glass, collectibles, candles, crystals, sculptures and more.
Osito’s, Inc.
P.O. Box 395
310 A Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4320
fax: (360) 378-4147Unique children’s clothes and toys.
Photo Express/Radio Shack
P.O. Box 40
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4844
fax: (360) 378-5523Electronic supplies and photo processing services.
Robin’s Nest
270 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6562Garden and floral gifts
San Juan Coffee Roasting
P.O. Box 2998
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-4443Fresh roasted, exotic Estate Grown coffees from around the world for retail, wholesale & mail order.
San Juan Florist
180 First Street
P.O. Box 3356
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 
(360) 378-2477
fax: (360) 378-0997Fresh flowers, silk and dried flowers, and gift items.
245 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2788Clothing & gifts
The Toy Box
20 First St.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-8889Offers a large selection of toys, games and stuffed animals.
Serendipity: The Used Book Place
252 “A” Street
P.O. Box 2824
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-266517,000+ paperbacks and hard covers; open 7 days, year round.
Sweet Spot
P.O. Box 522
180 1st. St., Ste. 8
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-5274
fax: (360) 378-8237Candy store specializing in fudge, taffy, bulk candies, gift baskets and chocolates.
The Toggery/Big Daddy’s
P.O. Box 1186
155 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2299
fax: (360) 378-3951
Westcott Bay Sea Farms
904 Westcott Dr.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-2489
fax: (360) 378-6388Gourmet shellfish – gift packs shipped anywhere in the US.
Christina’s Carriage Company
PO Box 371
Shaw Island, WA 98286
(360) 468-2872Carriage and Hay Rides.
Krystal Acres Farm & Alpaca Country Store
152 Blazing Tree Rd.
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-6125
fax: (360) 370-5334Alpacas farm with country store featuring unique sweaters, coats, accessories and gifts.
New Day Garden, San Juan Dahlias
P.O. Box 2295
1220 Cattlepoint Rd
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-4048Dahlia and cut flower farm
Pelindaba Lavender
P.O. Box 2389
33 Hawthorne Lane
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-5789
fax: (360) 378-8946Organic lavender farm with over 9,000 plants. Over 35 handmade products sold at giftshop.
San Juan Vineyards
P.O. Box 1127
3136 Roche Harbor Road
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
(360) 378-WINE (9463)
fax: 378-2668San Juan Island’s only commercial winery & vineyard located 3 miles north on Roche Harbor Rd.