Exploring the Locations Near Seattle by Ferry
Exploring the Locations Near Seattle by Ferry

Seattle is home to endless natural beauty with convenient ferries that easily take you to an island getaway. Most ferries let you take your bike or car so you can get around once you reach your destination.

West Seattle

West Seattle
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Several different ferries from metro Seattle will take you to West Seattle, a peninsula in Puget Sound with an enthusiasm for protecting the environment.

Bainbridge Island

35-minutes from Seattle brings you to foodie heaven. Walk off your meal with a trip to the Bloedel Reserve and witness the beauty of the botanic garden.

San Juan Islands

San Juan Islands
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In four hours you'll reach these islands where natural beauty takes center stage. Moran State Park is a must-see.

Vashon Island

20 minutes and you'll arrive on this hip island which is perfect for exploring on a bike. Pedaling your way to any of the amazing beaches on Vashon Island.

Bremerton

Bremerton
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Bremerton rests on the Kitsap Peninsula where you can hike to the second-highest point, Green Mountain.

Port Orchard

Port Orchard is for antique lovers and pet enthusiasts. Relax in this waterfront community or explore the farmers' market.

Vancouver Island, British Columbia

Vancouver Island  British Columbia
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Vancouver Island is for the wild at heart where waterfalls, seaplane adventures, and wildlife cruises can thrill you.

Blake Island

Home to amazing Seattle skyline views and Mount Rainier where nearly 500 acres of trails will recharge your batteries.

Whidbey Island

Whidbey Island
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Fort Ebey State Park is located on the longest island in the continental United States where there is plenty of wildlife and art to keep you busy.

Guemes Island

Go back in time on the tiny island of Guemes, unplug yourself, and absorb the clean air in the red cedar forest or any number of outdoor activities.