To the west of the Lopez Island ferry landing is Upright Head Preserve. The preserve was purchased by the San Juan Land Bank (sjclandbank.org/protected-lands).
A fair bit of the forest in the preserve is typical western Washington forest.
Western red cedar
Trial through forest towards northern tip of Upright Head
The trail follows a former road route
The northern tip of Lopez at the north end of the preserve has another stand of junipers with madrones and balds as well as view to the north.
From left to right:
Orcas, Obstruction, Lummi and Blakely
For glacial minded folks there is a large glacial erratic in the forest east of the main trail. A bit of the British Columbia Coast Range brought to Lopez Island during the last glacial period.