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Make Lopez Island your next getaway—choose from 17 great vacation rentals

The island is 15 miles long, eight miles wide, and is mostly rolling hills and flat pastureland, surrounded by sparkling blue waters. It's the third largest island in the San Juan Islands chain. Our Lopez Island vacation rentals are a great pick for an experience off the beaten path. You will find there's always something to do in this unique part of the globe - even if it's just relaxing on the back porch of your beach house!

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Lopez Island vacation rentals for every getaway

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16 Swifts Bay
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 4

16 Swifts Bay - Lopez Island, WA

From $99
Snug Harbor Hideout 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 3 Bath | Sleeps 9

Snug Harbor Hideout - Lopez Island, WA

From $97
Lopez Island Agate Beach Waterfront Home 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Lopez Island Agate Beach Waterfront Home - Lopez Island, WA

From $89
The Chalet on Lopez 3D Tour
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6 (4 Adults Max)

The Chalet on Lopez - Lopez Island, WA

From $74
Milagra Guest House 3D Tour
3 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Milagra Guest House - Lopez Island, WA

From $89

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Recent Lopez Island vacation rental reviews

Large spacious home, with two distinct living areas. Super comfortable, with lots of amenities. Books, games, TVs, condiments—everything you need to relax and enjoy. House was well cleaned, and heat had been turned on prior to arrival (cold winter visit). Just a block or two from the heart of town, it was well worth it. Some logs for the fireplace would have been welcomed and apart from a couple burned out lightbulbs, everything was perfect.
Matthew S. | Jan 2022
We had a wonderful time and enjoyed the view. We were all very comfortable. The house had mostly everything we needed but there were some oversights that were a bit annoying. There were no cleaning products in the house other than a few laundry detergent packs and some dishwasher packs. There wasn’t enough toilet paper and paper towels. And there was only 2 dish towels. So we had to go buy cleaning and household supplies and do a lot of laundry so we could reuse the towels. The house was also really dirty. There didn’t appear to be “COVID” cleaning protocols in place. It was really dusty, the floors were dirty (not swept or mopped), and there were cobwebs hanging off of walls, cabinets, stairs, etc. The gutters were in terrible shape and the rain from the roof would just dump on us when we left the house. It also caused a constant waterfall that was loud enough to make it difficult to ignore while trying to sleep. All the equipment/appliances were functioning which was great! It was very quiet there and we got the nice, relaxing weekend we were looking for. We would consider staying here again but cleanliness was definitely an issue for us.
Sara S. | Dec 2021
The house was perfectly situated on the beach with the dock access. We have a sailboat so it came in handy! House was nice and spacious, could use some basic kitchen necessities like aluminum foil, Saran Wrap, ziplock bags. Or at least state that we need to bring those items. The electrical outlet to the right of the sink trips a lot as well. Can’t make coffee and toast at the same time. Also, agreeing with most other reviews that the house could be cleaned a lot better. Under the beds and cabinets are a lot of dust bunnies. Otherwise we enjoyed our time there.
Alisa L. | Dec 2021

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Getting to Lopez Island

Lopez Island lies about 80 miles north of Seattle and is the first stop in the 45-minute ferry ride beginning in Anacortes, WA on the U.S. mainland. If you're lucky enough to arrive in your own boat, you'll have your choice of marinas in Fisherman Bay, at Spencer Spit State Park, and Odlin County Park.

Things to do on Lopez Island

Are you an outdoor enthusiast? You'll feel right at home here! For cyclists, Lopez Island is a dream-come-true, and the truly ambitious can take the 30-mile loop around the island that will take you, among other places, through Spencer Spit Park, Odlin Park, and MacKaye Harbor. Hikers will relish the 45 acres of day trails in Shark Reef Sanctuary, with trails through old growth woods and along scenic coastal vistas. Along the way, don't be surprised if you see deer, foxes, eagles, harbor seals, river otters, and endangered orca whales! There are lots of public beaches and trails that lead to the waterfront. Much of Lopez Island's natural beauty is protected in parks like Agate Beach, Shark Reef Park, and Upright Head.

The commercial and cultural center of the island is Lopez Village where you'll find shops, restaurants, cafes, and galleries along the bay. Have lunch at the picnic area near Lopez Village Park. Choose from six eateries on the island. There are weekend farmers' markets and artisan events. Two events stand out in the island's calendar: In April there's the bike tour around the island, and beginning after Thanksgiving, the Winter Village is a holiday celebration including an array of lights and decorations. Like its neighbor, Orcas Island to the north, Lopez Island is sandwiched between Vancouver, B.C. to the west, Washington State to the east, the Strait of Georgia to the north, and the Strait of San Juan de Fuca to the south.

Although the journey here will include a plane ride or a trip on a Washington State Ferry, once you arrive at your relaxing Lopez Island vacation rentals, you will be rewarded greatly for your extra effort! Book your vacation today.

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