Located near Canada off the coast of Washington state, the San Juan archipelago boasts over 450 islands, rocks, and pinnacles and over 478 miles of shoreline. The islands are famous for the local pods of orca whales and also host the greatest concentration of bald eagles in the continental United States. Besides wildlife watching, sea kayaking is a popular activity. Other recreational opportunities can be found at the San Juan Islands National Monument, National Historical Park, and National Wildlife Refuge. With ferry lines, roads, and trails indicated, this map is the essential map for navigating San Juan Islands.
Features: Paper (plastic coated). 2015. Scale: 1:63,360. 4 x 9 in. folded. 36 x 40 in. unfolded.