First Annual Daffodil Frolic At San Juan Islands Sculpture Park

From San Juan Islands Sculpture Park

Join the San Juan Islands Sculpture Park’s first-ever Daffodil Frolic, a spring celebration of thousands of Daffodils and Irises. (Sorry, the deer ate the tulips.)

While you are at the park, enjoy our 150 sculptures, nine new sheep, “Soundhenge,” new Westcott Bay trails, “Whimsy Woods,” three orca fins, “Starfish” for kids, new 9 a.m. bird walks every third Wednesday of the month, and of course, Big Marge the giant grizzly bear with cubs.

The sculpture park at Roche Harbor is open dawn to dusk. All are welcome, including children and dogs. There is no admission, but donations are greatly appreciated.

Posted on March 23, 2021 at 5:30 am by

Categories: Nature, Recreation

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