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American Camp Visitor Center | San Juan Island National Historic Park

Recommandé par 6 habitants

Conseils des habitants

Trini
Trini
December 28, 2020
At the south end of the island lie the prairie and forest of American Camp, home to U.S. soldiers during the U.S./British occupation in the mid-1800s.
Joseph
Joseph
August 13, 2020
The "yin" to English Camp's "yang", American Camp is historic and breathtaking. It is full of hikes, picnic spots, beach walks, trails, and beach-combing. Look out for parties of eagles flying overhead.
Heidi
Heidi
June 30, 2020
Have a stroll and learn about the 1859-1872 occupation of this area by American soldiers. Beautiful views and wildlife abound.
Dana
Dana
July 15, 2019
Historic. Beautiful views. Miles of walking trails and beach coves overlooking the straight of Juan de Fuca and the Olympics.
Sleeping Sea
Sleeping Sea
February 16, 2019
Historic Park (learn about the "Pig War") and one of the biggest beaches in the islands-South Beach. Great spot to picnic and stroll on the shore. You may even spot a resident fox.

Logements à proximité

  1. Maison entière
  2. 3 lits
NEWLY LISTED!! ACROSS FROM THE BEACH! (Eagle Cove Lookout)
  1. Maison entière
  2. 4 lits
Waterfront home, amazing views, hot tub and nearby beach! (Orca Beach)
  1. Maison entière
  2. 4 lits
NEWLY LISTED! SECLUDED HOUSE NEAR EAGLE COVE! (IR)
  1. Maison entière
  2. 4 lits
NEWLY LISTED! WATERVIEW! SOUTHEND! (ECH)

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Premise
“Drive down from American Camp to the southernmost point on San Juan Island. Spectacular vistas. ”
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Point of Interest
“Wonderful place for a light lunch or happy hour, even for non-shellfish lovers. Wine, beer, nice appetizers and shuck your own oysters or get a lesson from the pro-servers. Raw and BBQ options. The oysters in this Bay are famous due to the saline of the water and currents. Our favorite outdoor lunch and great experience. Make sure you reserve well in advance on OpenTable.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
State / Provincial Park
“Also known as Whale Watch Park, Lime Kiln Point State Park is a 36-acre day-use park with an iconic lighthouse set on the west side of San Juan Island. You may see orca whales swimming through the kelp beds in the waters off Lime Kiln, looking for salmon, since this park is considered one of the best places in the world to view whales from land. The shoreline viewpoint is about a 300-yard walk from the parking lot, restrooms, and seasonal interpretive center.The park, which features a richly diverse environment, includes the remnants and landscapes of a history filled with change, along the rocky shoreline and through the wooded uplands. Minke whales, porpoises, seals, sea lions, otters and bald eagles also cruise the shoreline. The lighthouse was built in 1919 and still serves as a navigational beacon for ships in the Haro Strait. Interpretive programs, an interpretive center with gift shop and lighthouse tours are available during the summer months.”
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Restaurant
“Fine dining overlooking the marina. The menu changes seasonally, but expect to find fare like scallops, prime rib, oysters on the half shell and handcrafted cocktails. ”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Cinéma
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Emplacement
4668 Cattle Point Rd
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
Téléphone(360) 378-2240
Site webnps.gov