If you’re planning a trip to the beautiful waters off the coast of Washington State, consider visiting Vashon Island. This quaint island has a rich history of settlement and farming. The island was surveyed in 1792 by Captain George Vancouver, and is named after Admiral James Vashon.
On Vashon Island in Washington State, Lavender Hill Farm is a U-Cut lavender field, a farm store, and a beautiful spot to enjoy lavender. Lavender products and classes are available, as well as essential oil distillation and lavender wreath making.
You may not know it, but the island’s marine park is surrounded by beautiful views of Mount Rainier. While you are there, you can enjoy a walk along the hillside trails or relax by the beach.
When visiting Nashi Orchards, you can taste the best of California’s freshest fruits and enjoy the beautiful scenery. You can choose flights of chilled perry, which start at just $10 each, or try a variety of apple ciders to create your own custom blend.
In the Puget Sound, just north of Vashon Island, Bainbridge Island, and Manchester, Washington is a small island known as Blake, or Blake Island. Its natural beauty is preserved as a marine state park.
The Point Robinson Light is an historic lighthouse and operational aid to navigation on the easternmost tip of Maury Island in King County, Washington. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.