San Juan Islands and Southern Gulf Islands Region Map

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This richly varied, colorful map spans from the Canadian border at Tsawwassen and White Rock in the north to Skagit Bay and Fort Ebey State Park on Whidbey Island in the south. Western edge includes Victoria and the eastern edges of Vancouver Island and Salt Spring Island in Canada spanning east to Bellingham, Lynden, Anacortes and Padilla Bay on the eastern edge.

The San Juan Islands cluster at the map's center cut by numerous straits and channels hard by the Canadian border. The Southern Gulf Islands sprawl to the northwest just inside Canada. The map shows many parks including Gulf Islands National Park Preserve, John Dean Provincial Park, Growland Tod Provincial Park, Douglas Park, Upland Park, and Campbell Valley Regional Park in Canada. U.S. parks shown include Peace Arch State Park, San Juan Islands National Historic Park, Lime Kiln Point State Park, Spencer Spit State Park, Moran State Park, Jones Island State Park, Freeman Island State Park, Sucia Island State Park, Patoo Island State Park, Matia Island State Park, Clark Island State Park, James Island State Marine Park,  Stuart Island State Marine Park, Dot Rock State Marine Park, Doe Island State Marine Park, and Olga State Marine Park — all in the San Juan Islands — and Joseph Whidbey State Park, Cliffside Park, Deception Pass State Park, Saddlebag Island State Park, County Beach Park, and Cone Islands State Park on other U.S. islands. Mainland U. S. parks include Bay View State Park, Larrabee State Park, Berthusen Memorial Park and Birch Bay State Park.

Aquatic features shown include Strait of Juan de Fuca, Strait of Georgia, Haro Strait, Rosario Strait, Boundary Pass, San Juan Channel, Bellingham Bay, Boundary Bay, Birch Bay, Griffin Bay and much more. Includes many ferry routes.


Premium coated paper map, 24" x 32", 1 inch represents 2.1 miles, sea floor has 20 meter contours, October 2007. Published by Bluewater Maps.
ISBN 978-0-9741531-6-2

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Laminated map, 3-mil gloss, 24" x 32", 1 inch represents 2.1 miles, sea floor has 20 meter contours, October 2007.  Published by Bluewater Maps.
ISBN 978-0-939431-49-6 

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