Roche Harbor WA

Roche Harbor WA

History, Elegance, and Timeless Fun... Roche Harbor is a world all its own. Sit on the expansive lawns and gaze out across the harbor, or take a walk on the extensive docks and marvel at the yachts. You can play bocce ball or tennis, take a bike around the grounds or nearby island roads, or stroll along the 10 miles of trails surrounding the resort property. Take a kayak tour of the harbor or book a whale-watching trip, shop in the boutiques or seasonal artist tents, or spend a rejuvenating afternoon at the spa. Roche Harbor is the kind of resort that invites you to slow down and appreciate the simple life. Whether you stay at the historic Hotel de Haro, visit from your boat in one of the marina’s 377 slips, or spend an afternoon exploring the tiny village and its environs, Roche Harbor will capture your heart. Roche Harbor is a sheltered harbor on the northwest side of San Juan Island in San Juan County, Washington, United States, and the site of a resort of the same name. Roche Harbor faces Haro Strait and the Canada–United States border. The harbor itself provides one of the better protected anchorages in the islands