The San Juan Islands Sculpture Park , home to over 150 sculptures placed in an open, 19-acre, natural setting is an important stop when you are driving around San Juan Island. Walk through the sculptures (most are for sale) and enjoy the nature trail that takes you into a native forest and close to Westcott Bay, home of the world-famous oysters. It was a sunny day when I visited and I enjoyed the shaded bench overlooking the bay.
There are many wandering paths and surprise art installations on the property. I loved how the sculpture park is integrated into the natural setting. Down by the pond were frog and bird sculptures looking right at home. The park invites a $5 donation but otherwise is free.
They are open every day. Dawn to dusk.