Four Winds * Westward Ho is located on Orcas Island, which is among the San Juan Islands in the Northwest corner of Washington State. We’re about 2 hours north of Seattle by car, and easily accessible by car, bus, airport shuttle, or seaplane.
How to Get Here
By Car: From Seattle, drive Interstate 5 North. About 65 miles North of Seattle, take the highway 20 exit towards Anacrotes, exit #230. Follow the signs to the San Juan Ferry.
By Air: The Seattle/Tacoma airport (SeaTac) is just a few hours from camp, and you can fly to SeaTac from virtually anywhere in the world. From the airport, you may choose to rent a car and drive to camp (2 hours, plus time on the ferry), take the shuttle from the airport to Anacortes (3+ hours), then walk onto the ferry, or fly on a small land or seaplane to Orcas Island (45 mins).
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Summer is peak travel time in the San Juan Islands – ferry lines get long, and flights are sometimes sold out. Plan your travel in advance and prepare for the ‘hurry up and wait’ in the ferry lines!
Kenmore Air offers regularly scheduled flights to Orcas Island from their terminal in downtown Seattle (they have a shuttle bus which will pick you up at SeaTac airport). The flight is 45 minutes long, and a great way to see the islands. Visit their web site for more information and to schedule a flight at www.kenmoreair.com
Airporter Shuttle offers ten round-trips per day from SeaTac airport to Anacortes. Visit their website to learn more about their current schedule and rates. www.airporter.com