At the Northwest end of the island four separate owners provide trails that link to one another:

Roche Harbor Village
, a private company, has generously welcomed island hikers, bikers, and horseback riders for many years. Its property has now been divided in two: Roche Harbor Trails and Roche Harbor Highlands.

The north portion (see map) continues in
Roche Harbor Village ownership. A mowed trail from the Arch (between the airstrip and the Westcott Bay Sculpture Park) goes along the east side of the road to the Opalco substation at the intersection of Roche Harbor and West Valley Roads. Other trails have been mowed throughout this area, which horse riders and hikers are welcome to enjoy.

The Trails Committee asks that you respect all areas of this private property.
Roche Harbor Trails
No restrooms (except seasonally at the Westcott Bay Sculpture Park), no potable water
6.35 miles of trails
Multiple Parking Options (see map):
  • At Westcott Bay Sculpture Park
  • At Roche Harbor Resort
  • At Roche Harbor and West Valley Roads
  • At Water Treatment Plant
  • At Disk Golf Course off Rouleau Rd.
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Funding for these maps was provided by San Juan Island Park & Recreation District, locally known as Island Rec.
The maps were created by San Juan County Public Works and volunteers from the Trails Committee.