The Friday Harbor Jolly Trolley Inc. invites you to join us on a fun, guided exploration of exciting attractions on Historic San Juan Island, in WA State. Traveling on the beautiful Scenic Byway, our tours are narrated by informed guides with state-of-the-art audio/video monitors. Come with us as we take you through the Island's best attractions and teach you facts about our Island's rich history! Be forewarned, you may just fall in love, as we have.
Bursting with beauty, elegance, and old-time charm, Friday Harbor has kept crowds enchanted for years. Friday Harbor is best known for its maritime living, shopping, elegant dining and wildlife. It is where tourists will experience firsthand the most stunning and diverse landscapes that will leave you feeling breathless, relaxed, and content.
San Juan Vineyards
Taste the sweetness of
wines made from grapes native to the Yakima Valley and Horse Heaven Hills Appellations
of Eastern Washington. The
vineyard also produces Estate wine from grapes it grows, the
origin of these two grapes is Northern Europe. These are their
prize-winning Madeleine Angevine and Siegerrebe wines. Step inside the tasting room, treat yourself, and
relax with a glass of wine and find yourself a treasure to take home.
With more than 82 acres to explore, enjoy their cozy cabins, campsites, RV areas, general store, swimming, kayaking, and their elegant lakefront lodge. Come here to spend your next vacation on the island! This is a real hidden must-see gem!
A popular wedding venue, with top tourist lodging, fine dining, mega yachts, and historical landmarks with awe inspiring views! Roche Harbor has it all! Come see where President Theodore 'Teddy' Roosevelt slept and make sure you leave time to take a short and easy hike to the peaceful Mausoleum and stroll through beautiful Sculpture Park.
The SAN JUAN ISLANDS SCULPTURE PARK was founded in 1998 and originally called the Westcott Bay Institute for Art & Nature. Today the San Juan Islands Sculpture Park has evolved to offer its visitors a quality experience of nature and art working in harmony.
The art you see during your visit may not be the same from month to month. Art is rotated as new pieces become available, as existing pieces are sold and as pieces rotate out of the park after a two-year display. Each year new pieces and new artists are given the opportunity to take their place adding a dynamic to subsequent visits.
English Camp (a.k.a. British Camp)
A place to go back in history and explore old buildings, gardens, and trails. Learn about how a war was almost started by a pig and don't forget to check out the 350-year-old big-leafed maple tree.
Nestled between centuries-old oaks, Alpaca Farm features a healthy flock of alpacas, for you to see up-close-and-personal. Make sure you browse their Country Store filled with lots of stunning Alpaca made treasures.
Lime Kiln State Park (a.k.a. Whale Watch Park)
A whale watchers delight! Grab lunch or some ice cream at Red Checkered Picnic stand, located inside the park, and share a picnic with a loved one. Watch the whales in their own element, see The Lime Kiln Lighthouse, one of the only two lighthouses on the Island, then stop by the whale gift shop and take home a souvenir!
Pelindaba Lavender Farms
Ever wondered how lavender essential oils are derived? View the natural botanic on this exquisite 25-acre lavender farm. It will take your breath away! Be sure to visit the Island's best smelling store! It's a feast for the senses! Sample everything Lavender made on site.
At the south end of the Island lies the prairie and forest of American camp. Home to US Soldiers during the US and British occupation in the mid-1800s. Stop in the visitors’ center to learn about this rich history. Hike Granny's Cove, out Island's greatest hidden gem. After the hike, reward yourself by watching the sun dance on the waters of a beautiful sandy beach. Surely a perfect end to a day of sightseeing on Friday Harbor.
Cattle Point Light House
See this majestic spot overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca and beautiful mountain views of both the Olympic and Cascade Mountains ranges. Drop in the visitor's center and one of the only two Lighthouses on San Juan Island.