Patos Island, WA
Patos Island is the San Juan you haven’t heard of—probably because the only way to get there is to charter a boat to its unnamed
beaches and seven campsites. Walk the 1.5-mile forested loop trail, check out the tidepools, pick blackberries, or just relax
on a bluff. Most magical moment? Watching harbor porpoises feed just past the lighthouse.
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