Reservations & Cancellations

Summer Reservations

While camping reservations are not required at any of the San Juan County Parks or Fairgrounds RV sites, reservations are strongly recommended during the summer, especially for weekends and any summer dates at San Juan County Park on San Juan Island. Any unreserved campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the park; please register promptly upon selecting your campsite. County Fairgrounds R.V. sites are not available during County Fair week mid-August.

Online Reservations

Online camping reservations for individual campsites can be made a minimum of 5 days and a maximum of 90 days in advance of arrival. Reservations are accepted from the 1st Monday in March through October 15 (on the opening day ONLY, reservations will be accepted starting at 9 a.m. Pacific Time). After opening day, each day's allotment of campsites available for reservation refreshes as midnight Pacific Time. No reservations are taken for stays between November 1 and March 1 (nor are they needed!).

How Long Can you Stay?

The maximum stay limit is 14 days (Fairgrounds is 10 consecutive days), with a minimum of 7 days between stays.
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Washington State Ferry Reservations
Washington State Ferries (WSF) has begun accepting vehicle reservations for travel in the San Juan Islands starting January 5, 2015.  Both Washing State Department of Transportation and Washington State Ferries webpages will get you access to the WSF Save A Spot Vehicle Reservation System.

Group Reservations

Organized groups will be accommodated in special group camp areas on a space available basis. In order to minimize adverse impacts, large groups (more than 40 people at Odlin, 30 at San Juan, or 15 at Shaw County Park) cannot be accommodated at any of the parks from Memorial day weekend to mid-October. Groups must email the Parks Department or call 360-378-8420 to reserve space in advance, beginning on January 9. Arrangements must be completed at least 2 weeks prior to group stay, please allow ample time.


Cancellations made 30 or more days in advance of the 1st reserved night will result in a 25% cancellation fee, 72 hours - 29 days, a 50% fee, less than 3 days is non-refundable. The reservation fee is non-refundable and no refunds are issued at the park.
  • Partial cancellations (changes) are not allowed. You must create a new reservation to change arrival date, campsite or duration of stay.

How to Cancel your Reservation

Method One: On the reservation confirmation email you receive, there will be a link to cancel at the bottom of the email which will take you directly to your reservation.
Method Two: Follow this link and have your invoice number and email address that was used to make the reservation account on hand--directions will follow.

San Juan County Resident Reservations

We offer early advance reservations for people who reside in our county year around. Please e-mail or call our main office at 360-378-8420 for information. Early resident reservations are only accepted for a few weeks in January and February. Proof of County residency is required.