Explore Turtleback Mountain Preserve
Monday, November 12, 2012
Turtleback Mountain Preserve is one of the most treasured landscapes in the San Juan Islands. The 1,576 acre refuge is a safe haven for the forest’s creatures and a wonderful recreational resource for those who wander the trails.
The Turtleback Mountain Preserve is one of the largest undeveloped areas of land on the island and is home to a wide variety of wildlife including black tail deer, silver fox, raccoons, wild turkeys, bald eagles and more!Grasslands and woodlands expand completely over Turtleback Mountain’s dry southern slopes and conifer forest covers the rest. The high meadows and rocky ledges offer unparalleled views and there is a huge variety of trails for hiking, exploring and bird watching.
Stay just steps away from the preserve at:
Turtleback Farm Inn, East Sound, WA
This charming, cozy Inn was described by Travel & Leisure as a “Hideaway that Perfected the Country Life” and it’s not hard to see why. Highlighted by their gorgeous natural setting, the Turtleback Farm Inn knows how to offer outstanding hospitality without being too pretentious. This ability to make people feel comfortable yet pampered is what keeps their guests coming back again and again… not to mention their award winning breakfasts!
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