Beaches | Historical Sites/Parks | Hiking Trails | Experiences
Pelindaba Lavender is a premier grower of lavender plants, distiller of lavender essential oils and handcrafter of lavender-based products. On our beautiful farm on San Juan Island, we undertake these activities in accordance with the highest environmental, healthy living and aesthetic standards.
In the late 70's, the Westcott Bay tidelands were home to a thriving shellfish operation called Westcott Bay Seafarms, which raised renowned oysters that appeared on menus across the country. Over the years the farm went into steady decline, and was put up for sale as a home site. Henry Island residents Erik and Andrea Anderson bought the dilapidated property in 2013 with the vision of restoring it to its former glory and honoring its legacy in the San Juan Islands community. Over the next four years, Erik and Andrea worked to replant the depleted shellfish crops, rebuild and replace farm infrastructure, and make improvements across the property, including a new retail/packing structure and the Net Shed.
Founded in 1996, San Juan Vineyard is a producer of award winning estate-grown wines - Siegerrebe and Madeleine Angevine. Since then, we’ve established esteem for our wines in the coolest-climate growing region of Washington State, the Puget Sound AVA. San Juan Vineyard a destination winery, owned and operated by the Corliss Family, with its 1895 remodeled school house and estate grown wines.
The San Juan Islands Sculpture Park is located on beautiful San Juan Island in Washington State, and is home to over 150 unique outdoor art creations by world renowned sculptors.Covering 20 acres, the park includes 5 marked trails and a gorgeous natural pond.The San Juan Islands Sculpture Park was founded in 1998 and it was originally called the Westcott Bay Institute for Art & Nature. The Park has evolved to offer its visitors a quality experience of art and nature working in harmony.The art you see during your visit may not be the same from month to month. Sculptures are rotated as new pieces become available, as existing pieces are sold and as pieces rotate out of the park after a two-year display.