Jones Island State Park, Eastsound

#8 of 8 in Parks in Orcas Island
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Jones Island State Park is a Washington state park coterminous with Jones Island, one of the San Juan Islands in San Juan County, Washington, USA. It is located one mile (1.6 km) west of the southwestern corner of Orcas Island and accessible only by boat. The island has a land area of 188 acres (76 ha) and no resident population. The island was named by the Wilkes Expedition in 1841 for naval officer Jacob Jones.
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  • if you have a boat, you can get to this small island often looked over and not so visited. It is set up with full restrooms, and reservable campsites. The old orchard trees remain, and the beach...  more »
  • Visited this campsite twice on 4 day kayak and camping trip with Tumulo Creek Kayak and Canoe out of Bend, Oregon. Wow, what a great trip, look them up! Beautiful little island one can only reach...  more »

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