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Jones Island Professional Review and Guide
"Wander through groves of stately Douglas fir and along grassy shoreline ledges, soaking up exceptional Salish Sea scenery. How many islands can you identify along the way? Admire camas blossoms in spring and bald eagles, seals, oystercatchers, and other wild critters year-round.From the North Bay dock, follow a wide wheelchair-accessible path to a large lawn flanked by campsites. Campsites are scattered around the lawn at South Bay too, and sites reserved strictly for paddlers can be found along the island's west shore. Jones Island has a few Adirondack lean-tos as well."
--Craig Romano, Day Hiking the San Juans and Gulf Islands (The Mountaineers Books).
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