The San Juan Islands National Monument offers world-class recreation for residents and visitors to the San Juan Archipelago. It is estimated more than 500,000 people visit the islands each year. The BLM-administered lands - approximately 1,000 acres - provide a rare opportunity for visitors to experience and appreciate, from land and sea, the natural beauty and diversity of an undeveloped island landscape. Hikers, kayakers, photographers, campers and nature enthusiasts can enjoy the variety of plants and wildlife or visit one of the three light stations on or surrounded by BLM-administered lands.
San Juan National Monument Map
ESRI Story Maps
Story maps are lightweight web apps. They combine web maps created using ArcGIS Online, ESRI's mapping system, with multimedia content—text, photos, video, and audio—to let you know about the rich diversity of Oregon/Washington BLM's programs and places. Follow this link to interactive maps of this amazing area!