CAMPING LOPEZ ISLAND
Lopez Island has beauty, a constant supply of fresh clean air, and the fact that you have to take a one hour Washington State Ferry boat ride to get here which keeps the mainland at bay. Lopez Island offers a different pace of life. Camping Lopez Island ramps it down another notch into the truly relaxing. Welcome to the San Juan Islands.
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Cottages, tents and 30 acres of privacy. Breakfast delivered. Gourmet tent camping in a peaceful wooded setting. Only campground on Lopez Island with showers. Enjoy the best of the San Juan Islands. Call today!
Call 360-468-3555 - Lopez Island
Located on the north shore of Lopez Island, just south of Upright Head, one mile from Lopez ferry landing, three miles to Lopez Village. Sandy beach access and boat launch, 80 acres, 31 campsites (10 beach sites), group camp (8 campsites). Potable water, vault toilets (NO showers). Picnic area and pavilion.
Call 360-378-8420 - Lopez Island
Spacious camping area overlooks Fisherman Bay, with large central fire pit. Pool access is included, with hot showers. Some camp sites have electric hook up and fresh water is available for filling tanks. Mobile septic tank service visits on Wednesdays. Easy access to Lopez Village, parks, and beaches.
Call 800-736-3434 - Lopez Island
138 acre marine and camping park. The park is named for the lagoon-enclosing sand spit on which it rests. There are sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables + 2 miles of hiking trails. Washington State Parks San Juan Islands.
Call 888-226-7688 - Lopez Island
San Juan Islands park islands including Blind Island, Clark Island, Doe Island, Jones Island, Matia Island, Patos Island, Posey Island, Stuart Island, Sucia Island and Turn Island. Accessible by private or chartered boat only, all have campsites and mooring buoys, some have docks. Visit the San Juan Islands.
Call 888-226-7688 - San Juan County, Washington