Parks and Public Lands
The Agricultural Resources Committee (ARC) was established by San Juan County (SJC) Barn FenceCouncil in 2005 with the mission to protect and restore agriculture in SJC.
To preserve in perpetuity areas in the county that have environmental, agricultural, aesthetic, cultural, scientific, historic, scenic or low-intensity recreational value and to protect existing and future sources of potable water.
Come enjoy our islands and visit any of our seventeen parks located on San Juan, Lopez, Orcas and Shaw Island.
Learn about reserving a campsite, what is allowed and what isn't and local amenities.
- RV Camping
- Fair Master Plan Update
County Day Parks
Come enjoy our islands and visit any of our 17 parks located on San Juan, Lopez, Orcas and Shaw Island.
- San Juan Island
Learn how to easily get to the island, fee information and what amenities are available.
Find out what kind of amenities are available at Shaw Island and what their fees look like.
- Orcas Island
- Parks & Rec Commission
San Juan County Parks is seeking volunteers to help out in your beautiful county parks. Help us keep a favorite park open by assisting with grounds maintenance, litter pick-up, monitoring park activities, public information and outreach, park interpretation, data entry or special projects.
Report Volunteer Hours
Use our online form to log volunteer hours.
Find out what the County is doing to restore Brann Cabin and who is funding it.
Parks Policy Manual (PDF)
Read through the current policy manual for additional details.
- San Juan County Fair
- Parks, Trails & Natural Areas Plan
- Camping Information
WSU Extension in San Juan County is a partnership between Washington State University and San Juan County government to bring valuable research-based information to the residents of San Juan County.