Orcas Island Attractions

Things to do and see on Orcas Island

 

 

 

         RESERVATIONS

 
 

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS ONLINE HERE. Click on Webervations and it will take you to a calendar page where you can check availability for the nights that you want to stay. You reserve the room by clicking on the picture and that will take you to a secure online reservation form. We receive an e-mail with your request and we send you a confirmation. Easy and accurate!

   

 

 

Contact Information

 
 

Bogdan and Carol Kulminski
982 Deer Harbor Rd
Eastsound, WA 98245
360-376-4198
info@orcasblueheron.com
Located on West Sound Bay

   

 

 

            Lots to do and see on Orcas Island!      

 
 

Orcas Island, part of the San Juan Islands, is a beautiful Northwest setting with land and sea activities for the outdoor enthusiast.
Orcas Island is a peaceful, quiet destination for local, out-of-state, and out-of-country travelers who voyage by car, boat, or plane.

We will help you with maps, information, and reservations.

Bicyclists: See our listing in the Guide to Bed, Breakfast, and Biking (BBBiking.com)

We are on the Scenic Byway. See the video on San Juan Islands TV!

Whale watching on San Juan Island? Check out San Juan Safaris

 

 

                           

                

This is what you can do on Orcas Island if you stay:

ONE NIGHT: visit shops in Eastsound; drive the scenic byway and historical routes around the island; stop at pottery shops or art galleries; take a short hike on Turtleback Mountain or Mt. Constitution; eat out once or twice.

TWO NIGHTS: visit shops in Eastsound; drive the scenic byway and historical routes around the island; stop at the pottery shops, museums, and art galleries; hike Turtleback Mountain and Mt. Constitution; go kayaking or whale watching; go sailing, rent bicycles, or go horseback riding; see a presentation of dance, theater, or music; eat out more than twice.

THREE OR MORE NIGHTS: visit shops and Farmer’s Market in Eastsound; drive the scenic byway and historical routes around the island and stop at pottery shops, art galleries, antique stores, museums, and small farms;  hike Turtleback Mountain, Mt Constitution, and Obstruction Pass State Park; go kayaking and whale watching; go sailing and fishing; rent bicycles, go horseback riding, and play golf; see several presentations of dance, theater, or music; go to a spa and get a massage; take a bi-plane ride; visit Rosario Resort and Doe Bay; spend hours bird watching and enjoy eagle sightings; attend a community event; go day tripping to other islands; eat at many of the fine restaurants or have a picnic lunch at Moran State Park.