- Our list of the best things to do in Friday Harbor, Washington, features the top 108 nearby activities — including 65 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Friday Harbor, WA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Food & Drink, and Water Activities.
- The results below include the top 29 things to do within the city of Friday Harbor, WA , followed by 79 popular activities in nearby cities, including Eastsound, Oak Harbor, Anacortes, Central Saanich, Mount Vernon, Deer Harbor, Langford, Coupeville, Lime Kiln, Olga and Sequim
This 1948 wooden sloop accommodates 6 passengers who can either relax, or participate as part of the crew or through instruction. Day tours start and end at Deer Harbor as they traverse the San Juan Channel and Islands.
North Shore Charters explores the San Juan Islands providing custom boat tours. Fishing charters, sailing, whale watching, and day trips to Victoria BC, Vancouver, and the Canada Gulf Islands. Almost 20 years of experience with this ecosystem provide expert tour guides.
96% 297 votes
Lime Kiln, WA MoreLess Info
With over 2,550 feet of shoreline, the 36.32-acre park has land-based facilities for whale watching, as well as views of Vancouver Island; forest trails lead you to the rocky shoreline and a lighthouse.
99% 76 votes
PO Box 298, Deer Harbor, WA 98243 MoreLess Info
Available for day sails and custom multi-day trips, the Tomahawk sails along the San Juan Islands with stops for hiking and beachcombing. Multi-day trips include accommodations, meals and non-alcoholic drinks.
100% 2 votes
1071 Crow Valley Road, Eastsound, WA 98245 MoreLess Info
Serving as a haven for native wildlife, the Turtleback Mountain Preserve is one of the most noticeable landscapes in the San Juan Islands. It features a prominent, undeveloped ridge with plenty of trails for hiking, nature viewing, and birdwatching.
From clinics to horse boarding, Turtlehead Farm offers visitors panoramic views of the surrounding forest and coast that makes up over 100 acres. The farm organizes group trail rides that take visitors on a tour of the property.
Sucia Island State Park has well-kept and spacious docks which offer beautiful views of the water. Additionally, the park also has a Fossil Bay where visitors can learn about the fossils found on the island as well as a network of walking trails and picnic areas.
The club house is open seasonally, but year round golfing is available. Rental clubs and carts are available year round. This course offers OHS Golf, a Hole in One Club, and Family Golf, with wild life and scenic views; lessons offered.
With four boats of different styles and speeds they provide lessons for sailors of any skill or experience level. The captain has more than 40 years' experience sailing. Sightseeing of the local scenery and wild life is part of the experience.