The Monument Lands
The San Juan Islands National Monument consists of about 65 separate sites in the San Juan Islands totaling approximately 1,000 acres of land.
This catalog describes all of the monument's holdings, including dozens of small islands and reefs where birds breed, rare plants grow, and harbor seal pups rest. Some sites have cultural resources - from ancient fishing sites and camas gardens to the historic light houses on Patos Island and Turn Point. And there are popular recreation destinations like Iceberg Point, Chadwick Hill, Cattle Point, and Watmough Bight along with the campgrounds on Patos Island, Posey Island, and Blind Island.