Well, as long as you don't go to summer camp, get beat up, or contract appendicitis, Orcas is an okay place.
East Sound, the (small) main settlement, is very touristy during the summer with boutique shops and B&Bs, and Moran State Park, the large park with lakes and campgrounds and which includes Mt. Constitution where I took the photo of Rosario Strait, is very popular with Washingtonians.
When we go Orcas, we stay at an out-of-the-way, quiet boatyard, and our main objective is to visit friends who raise horses in the nearby hills above Crow Valley, an agricultural part of the island that, if tourists and campers visit it at all, it's simply to drive through it on the way to or from the ferry.
Like most places, Orcas is a place where one can find whatever one wants in terms of the experience one has. The Orcas we know,with its ravens and purple martins and horses and cattle, is far, far different from the picture of Orcas that is painted for the tourists and campers. But they have a great time in their way, and we have a great time in ours.