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Olympic
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Brinnon Visitor Center & North Hood Canal Chamber of Commerce
306144 Hwy 101 • Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4350 • EmeraldTowns.com
Olympic US Forest Visitor Center & North Hood Canal
Chamber of Commerce • PO Box 774 • 295142 Hwy 101 • Quilcene 98376
360-765-4999 • EmeraldTowns.com
Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
PO Box 65478 • Highways 104 & 19 • Port Ludlow 98365 • 360-437-0120
Port Townsend Visitor Information Center
2409 Jefferson St • Port Townsend 98368
360-385-2722 • 1-888-EnjoyPT (365-6978) • EnjoyPT.com
Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce
Serving Port Townsend, Port Hadlock, Chimacum, Irondale, Nordland & Port Ludlow
440 12th St • Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-7869
JeffCountyChamber.org • VisitJeffersonCountyWa.com
Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
1192 E Washington • PO Box 907 • Sequim 98382 •1-800-737-8462
360-683-6197 • VisitSunnySequim.com • SequimChamber.com
Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
121 E Railroad Ave • Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-2363 • PortAngeles.org
Clallam Bay/Sekiu Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
PO Box 355 • 16753 Hwy 112 • Clallam Bay 98326 • 1-877-694-9433
360-963-2339 • ClallamBay.com or Sekiu.com
Forks Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
1411 S Forks Ave • PO Box 1249 • Forks 98331
1-800-443-6757 • 360-374-2531 • ForksWa.com
Neah Bay Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 249 • 1081 Bayview Ave • Neah Bay 98357 • NeahBayWa.com
Lake Quinault – Pacific Ranger District
360-288-2525 • FS.usda.gov/olympic
Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau
PO Box 670 • Port Angeles 98362
1-800-942-4042 • 360-452-8552 • OlympicPeninsula.org
Olympic National Park
3002 Mt. Angeles Rd. • Port Angeles 98362 • NPS.gov/olym
Visitor Information: 360-565-3130 • Rd & Weather Hotline: 360-565-3131
Hoodsport Visitor Information Center
150 N Lake Cushman Road/Hwy 101 • Hoodsport 98548
360-877-2021• ExploreHoodCanal.com
North Mason Visitor Information Center & Chamber of Commerce
30 NE Romance Hill Rd., Ste. 103 • PO Box 416 • Belfair, WA 98528
360-275-4267 • NorthMasonChamber.com
Shelton Visitor Information Center
In the Red Caboose at 230 W Railroad Ave • Shelton 98584
360-427-8168 • ExploreHoodCanal.com
Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 2389/215 W Railroad Ave • Shelton, WA 98584
360-426-2021 • SheltonChamber.org
Kamilche Visitor Information Center
Squaxin Nation, Little Creek Casino Resort
91 W State Rte 108 • Shelton 98584
TOURISM COMMISSION
360-432-0921 • Little-Creek.com
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Visitor Information Centers
& Chambers of Commerce
O ly m pi c P e nin s u l a .o r g
Photo: Dave Logan
Welcome!
Explore
Olympic National Park, forests, scenic drives & trails
Connect
Wildlife, local cuisine, art, native culture
Learn
Interpretive programs & museums
Relax
Ocean beaches, waterfalls, hot springs & spas
Play
Kayak, hike, bicycle, fish, surf
Have Fun!
Local festivals, wine & cider tasting, Twilight
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of a marvelous, magical journey to one of the most intriguing
regions on our planet. Whether you’re exploring the lush Olympic
rain forests, wild ocean beaches, snow-capped mountains,
pristine lakes and rivers, or friendly towns along the way, the
Olympic Peninsula will surprise, enthrall and delight you at
every step. Your adventure is about to begin!
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Table of Contents
Welcome.......................................................... 1
Table of Contents.............................................. 2
This is Olympic National Park............................. 2
Olympic National Forest, Other Parks................. 4
Celebrate the Elwha River & Working Forests...... 5
Quinault Rain Forest & Kalaloch Beaches............ 6
Forks, La Push & Hoh Rain Forest........................ 8
Twilight .......................................................... 9
Strait of Juan de Fuca Nat’l Scenic Byway......... 10
Joyce, Clallam Bay/Sekiu................................. 10
Neah Bay/Cape Flattery................................... 11
Port Angeles, Lake Crescent ............................ 12
Sequim & the Dungeness Valley....................... 14
Port Townsend............................................... 16
Port Ludlow, Chimacum, Port Hadlock,
Marrowstone Island.................................... 18
North Hood Canal – Brinnon/Quilcene.............. 19
Shelton & South Hood Canal............................ 20
Olympic Peninsula Map................................... 22
Transportation ............................................... 23
Festivals & Events........................................... 24
Drive the Hwy 101 Loop................................... 26
Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail.................... 26
Olympic Coast Cuisine..................................... 27
Special Interest Travel..................................... 28
Cycling & Specialty Touring.............................. 30
Lodging Guide................................................ 31
RV/Camp Guide............................................... 37
Visitor Centers/Chambers of Commerce.....back cover
TOURISM COMMISSION
This is Olympic National Park…
A Primeval Land of Contrast
A million acres await you in this unique three-parks-in-one playground. Discover 73 miles of pristine, wild Pacific Ocean beaches;
moss-draped rain forest valleys; and peaceful, wildflower-carpeted
alpine meadows at the doorstep of glacier-capped mountains.
Renowned for the diversity of its ecosystems, the Olympic
National Park is named a UNESCO* World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve. Roads enter the Park’s interior from
its edge like spokes on a wheel, leaving 95% of the Park designated
as Olympic Wilderness. There are over 600 miles of trails for hiking, climbing, backpacking and exploring.
Any Season Is Olympic Season
In winter, snowshoe with a Ranger at Hurricane Ridge and during
summer, enjoy an interpretive talk around a campfire under the
stars. In spring, follow the snow melt to roaring waterfalls and
during fall, stroll under golden big leaf maples.
The ocean beaches beckon year round with dramatic surf,
storms, micro-societies in tidal pools and massive whales spouting as they migrate offshore. This is a place where you truly can
snowshoe in the morning and go surfing in the afternoon, or
simply find a quiet place to enjoy pristine nature.
The Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner is produced
annually by the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission (circulation 100,000 copies). No portion
of this travel planner may be reproduced without
permission of OPTC. While every effort has been
made to ensure the accuracy of the information
contained herein, we will not be held liable for
inaccurate information.
To order more travel planners, contact the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau at 1-800-942-4042.
©2015 Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission
Olympic Peninsula Maps: ©2015 InsideOut Solutions, Inc.
Immerse Yourself
Make the most of your visit, incorporate learning into your adventure! Take in the marine centers, the many visitor centers, or join a
guided hike, bike, paddle or tour. See page 23 for a list of tours and
tour operators. Search out a few great books on hiking trails, birds,
history, geology or wildflowers to expand your trip.
Design: InsideOut Solutions, Inc. • Sequim, WA • InsideOut.com
Cover photo credits (top to bottom): Hood Canal Kayaks courtesy of Shelton-Mason County Chamber
of Commerce; Roosevelt Elk by Debbie Preston; Spruce Rail Trail courtesy of Olympic Peninsula Visitor
Bureau; Snowboarding on Hurricane Ridge by John Gussman; Ocean Beach Man & Dog by Dave Logan
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*United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization
Photo: Ross Hamilton
Photo: Jodi Riverstone
Photo: Ross Hamilton
Rialto Beach
National Park Lodges
Lake Crescent Lodge
360-928-3211 • 888-723-7127
OlympicNationalParks.com
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
866-476-5382
OlympicNationalParks.com
Kalaloch Lodge
866-662-9969 Open year round
TheKalalochLodge.com
Hoh Rain Forest spruce
2015 National Park FREE Admission Days
NPS.gov/Olym/index.htm
Jan 19: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Feb 14–16: Presidents Day Weekend
Apr 18–19: National Park Week’s Opening Weekend
Aug 25: National Park Service’s 99th Birthday
Sept 26: National Public Lands Day
Nov 11: Veterans Day
General Park Information: NPS.gov/olym/parknews
360-565-3130 • Open 9 AM–4 PM daily (except Christmas)
Olympic National Park Visitor Center & Wilderness Information
Center (3002 Mount Angeles Road) in Port Angeles is the Park’s
primary visitor center. It features a number of Park exhibits,
map and book sales, a hands-on Discovery Room for younger
visitors, an award-winning orientation film (run time 25 minutes) shown on request, and a dedicated staff to help you plan a
visit, whether for one day, one week or longer.
Wilderness camping, hiking and permit information and bear
canisters are available. Many ranger stations do not have regular winter hours. Check the Park newspaper, the Bugler, or ONP
website for current activities and seasonal details. If you are
traveling with a pet, please be sure to observe Park policies.
Top Picks
Beach Hikes: From an overlook to a five-day trek, and everything in between, Olympics’ beaches look just like they did when
wooden ships searched for the elusive Northwest Passage! Try
the Ozette Wilderness Loop, Third Beach near LaPush, Beach 4
near Kalaloch, and don’t miss Ruby Beach.
Sol Duc Hot Springs: Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, featuring
three hot pools, a freshwater swimming pool, food service and
rental cabins is a great place to soak, especially after a hike to
Sol Duc Falls or up to Seven Lakes Basin and the High Divide!
Rain Forests: Among the few temperate rainforests on the
planet…in the spring is seems backlit with green light, the
golden maples blaze in the fall and it’s a treat any time of year.
Hoh, Queets, Quinault and Bogachiel valleys.
Alpine Regions: Start at Hurricane Ridge for several ridge-top
strolls with more challenging backcountry hikes to the Hoh,
Quinault and Elwha valleys. Lena Lake Trail is also very popular.
South Hood Canal: The Staircase entrance offers several short
day hikes that explore the area from flat strolls to trails for hikers,
some gaining over 3,000 ft in elevation. Longer hikes, like the
North Fork Skokomish River trail, can be done in a couple of days.
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Lake Quinault Lodge
800-562-6672 Open year-round
OlympicNationalParks.com
Log Cabin Resort,
Lake Crescent
888-896-3818
OlympicNationalParks.com
Hurricane Ridge Lodge
Day use only
Olympic National Forest, Other Parks
Neah Bay
dark green = ONF
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
112
Joyce
101
Lake
Crescent
Port
Angeles
101
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Forks
La Push
Olympic National Park
101
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
104
5
Quilcene
3
Brinnon
To Shelton
Mason Cty
Kalaloch
101
Seattle
Lake
Quinault
Photo: Tammi Hinkle
Olympic National Forest
FS.usda.gov/olympic
ONF Hood Canal District,
Quilcene: 360-765-2200
ONF Pacific District, Forks: 360-374-6522
ONF Quinault District: 360-288-2525
Olympic National Forest
Olympic National Forest (ONF) covers over 633,000 acres, nearly
encircling the entire Olympic National Park. It offers a wide range
of recreation, including hiking, camping, picnicking, and boating in a diverse landscape ranging from lush rain forest to deep
canyons to high mountain ridges. There are more than 200 miles
of trails, many of which wander through ancient old growth forests.
Dogs are also welcome on all ONF lands! • FS.usda.gov/activity/
olympic/recreation/hiking
In addition to the usual outdoor activities, ONF has a bounty
of delicacies! Berries can be picked in the late summer months
and mushrooms are best gathered in the fall. Be aware of the daily
limit and other state guidelines. Seal Rock Campground on the
Hood Canal allows harvesting of oysters for personal consumption.
FS.usda.gov/main/olympic/passes-permits/forestproducts
ONF operates 17 campgrounds on a first-come, first-served
basis with varying fees. The five designated Wilderness areas
do not require wilderness permits, but a Northwest Forest Pass
is required for vehicles parked at many ONF trailheads. Three
historic cabins are available for overnight lodging – the Hamma
Hamma, Interrorem, and Louella. These can be reserved through
the National Recreation Reservation system at Recreation.gov. For
complete information on passes and fees visit FS.usda.gov/main/
olympic/passes-permits
Dungeness Spit
Photo: Bruce Giddens
Olympia
Cycling in the Olympic National Forest
Port Angeles Dream Playground
Looking for a place for the little ones to play, forage for your own
oysters, picnic on a scenic beach or run some bases? The Olympic
Peninsula offers 13 Washington State Parks, and nearly 100 county
and city and privately operated parks for public enjoyment. Visit
community websites or check with local visitor centers for ideas.
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Photo: Russ Veenema
More Parks!
Celebrate the Elwha & Our Working Forests
Harvesting trees
Photo: John Gussman
Photo: Courtesy of Forks Chamber of Commerce
Glines Canyon Dam
after removal
The Working Forest
The Olympic Peninsula is home to a long tradition of forestry
that has shaped the culture as well as the landscape for over a
century. Forestry has provided a growing nation with the products needed to build a sustainable quality of life for everyone.
The practice of forestry continues to evolve with the public’s
growing appreciation of wild and open spaces. This is the
legacy and the benefit
of the working forest.
Forests have been
a major part of human
development since the
beginning of humanity,
providing the principle
source of fuel and
building materials for
most cultures for the
past 5000 years. In the late 19th century, forests contributed
significantly to the building of America, physically and culturally.
It is from this great American forest that we built our cities, our
transportation systems and the culture of sustainability.
The legacy continues today in second and third growth
forests, providing products for the nation and jobs for the people
of the Olympic Peninsula.
The Olympic Peninsula is a wonderful place to explore and
understand the working forest and its many variations. Merrill
& Ring’s 125 year-old tree farm at Pysht is one story of forestry’s
evolving management of sustainable natural resources. To learn
more, please visit Forestry.org/washington/forest.
Photo: John Gussman
The largest dam removal project in US history began on the Elwha
River in 2011, removing two 100-year-old dams. The Elwha River
now flows freely from its headwaters in the Olympic Mountains
to the Strait of Juan de Fuca for the first time in 100 years. With
the dams gone, salmon and other migratory fish can return to 70
miles of spawning habitat, bringing with them the promise of a
restored ecosystem and renewed cultural tradition for the Elwha
Klallam Tribe.
Elwha River Restoration Viewpoints
The former Elwha Dam and Lake Aldwell, Glines Canyon Dam
and Lake Mills sites, as well as Olympic Hot Springs Road are
open to the public. The parking area on the west side of the
former Glines Canyon Dam site remains closed while additional
work and improvements are completed. The east side of the
former Glines Canyon Dam site is accessible from Whiskey Bend
Road. The lake bed access is only available on the east side.
Anticipated opening of the western Glines Canyon viewpoint and
lake bed access from that area is summer 2015. The Elwha River
and its tributaries within Olympic National Park are closed to
all fishing. Boating is prohibited from Upper Lake Mills Trail to
Altair Campground.
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Photo: Courtesy of Clallam County Historical Society
Mother Nature at Her Best
Quinault Rain Forest & Kalaloch Beaches
Neah Bay
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
112
Joyce
101
La Push
Lake
Crescent
Port
Angeles
101
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Forks
101
Olympic National Park
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
104
5
Quilcene
3
Brinnon
Seattle
Kalaloch
101
Lake
Quinault
To Shelton
Mason Cty
Lake Quinault
Photo: Judy Hanson
FS.usda.gov/olympic
Pacific Ranger District, Quinault:
360-288-2525
Olympia
From Coast to Forest
Photo: Judy Hanson
Scenic ocean shores, camping, accommodations and easy beach
access are found in the Kalaloch (pronounced clay-lock) area.
Beach Trail 4 leads to a pebble beach with dramatic surf (beware of the strong undertow), tidal pools and is a popular place
to dip for smelt (schools of small fish that spawn in the surf in
warm, calm weather and can be caught with a large net). North
of Kalaloch is picturesque Ruby Beach named for its sometimes
garnet-colored sand.
Also known as the “Valley of the Giants”, the Quinault Valley is
home to the largest Sitka Spruce tree in the world, along with other
nationally recognized record-setting giants. The Valley offers miles
of groomed hiking trails, superior backcountry access, world-class
salmon and steelhead fishing, bird watching and mushroom hunting
all under the enchanting canopy of the rainforest.
Kalaloch Beach
Lake Quinault sunset
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Photo: Monte Martin
Favorite Events
Quinault Rain Forest Bike Ride: June 27
QuinaultRainforest.com • 800-562-6672
Cyclists of all ages and riding ability are welcome to take
part in this non-competitive 31-mile loop ride to benefit the
Quinault Cancer Fund.
Rain Forest Mushroom Festival: Oct 16–18
Lake Quinault Lodge • 360-288-2900 • OlympicNationalParks.com
Displays, guided walks and seminars about local fungi.
Points of Interest
Lake Quinault Museum:
QuinaultRainforest.com/pages/museum.html
Explore the Museum and discover the fascinating history of the
Lake Quinault area. Learn about the native Quinaults and the
early pioneers who carved a life out of the beautiful, but remote
wilderness. The Lake Quinault Museum is located on the South
Shore Road of Lake Quinault, adjacent to the Quinault Mercantile and within walking distance of the Lake Quinault Lodge.
Waterfalls: Come when it is raining to experience the very best
views of Willaby Creek Falls, Gatton Creek Falls, Merriman Falls,
Bunch Creek Falls and more… All are easily accessible from the
road or by modest walk.
The Quinault Valley is the southwestern gateway to the Olympic
Peninsula and Olympic National Park. Lake Quinault is the majestic centerpiece of the Valley. Easy access to swimming, kayaking,
canoeing, sailing and fishing is available from the many campgrounds and resorts.
Ruby Beach
Photo: Judy Hanson
Photo: Courtesy of Quinault Small Innkeepers Assn.
Rainforest moss
Gatton Creek bridge
Rain Forest Valley of the Giants
Photo: Judy Hanson
The climate at Quinault, with 12 feet of rain per year average, is
ideal for growing big evergreen trees. The Quinault Valley has
six champions! World record trees: Sitka Spruce, Western Red
Cedar and Mountain Hemlock. US record: Yellow Cedar and
Western Hemlock. Five of the ten largest Douglas Fir trees grow
here. Because these trees are recognized by the National Forestry
Association as the largest living specimens of their species, the
designation “the Valley of the Rainforest Giants” is appropriate.
Only redwoods and sequoias are larger. Most record trees are
accessible by a modest to moderate hike.
The Quinault Rain Forest Loop Drive
A 31-mile loop road around Lake Quinault parallels the
Quinault River and ventures into Olympic National Park. There
are many easily accessible opportunities for taking photographs, viewing waterfalls and wildlife, and walking. You will
find several of the waterfalls listed on the Olympic Peninsula
Waterfall Trail along the drive. Come when it is raining to
experience the very best views. All are easily accessible from
the road or by modest walk. You’ll also be rewarded with
spectacular views of giant trees and the Quinault River along
the Loop Drive. Keep a keen eye out for Roosevelt elk, Blacktail
deer, cougar, Bald Eagle, bobcat, and black bear. Don’t miss
the magnificent views into the heart of the Olympic Mountains. Allow two hours minimum to complete the trip by car.
Quinault Indian Reservation
Photo: Larry Workman QIN
Members of the Quinault Indian Nation are among the small number
of Americans who can walk the same beaches, paddle the same
waters and hunt the same lands their ancestors did centuries ago.
The Quinault Indian Nation consists of the Quinault and Queets
tribes and descendants of five other coastal tribes: Quileute, Hoh,
Chehalis, Chinook, and Cowlitz. Superb salmon runs, abundant sea
mammals, wildlife, and forests provided substantial material and
spiritual wealth to their ancestors. The Quinault Indians traditionally
used Lake Quinault as summering grounds. Consider a side trip to
Taholah, WA for a first-hand experience.
Self-Guided Hiking Trails
Hiking on the Olympic National Forest recreation trails is an
awesome experience. The rainforest scenery is inspiring. The
trails are well marked and maintained. There are loops of
many lengths. Find the one(s) just right for you. Most of the
trails are of moderate difficulty with minor hills. Many are
suitable for kids and seniors alike.
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Forks, La Push & Hoh Rain Forest
Neah Bay
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
112
Joyce
101
La Push
Lake
Crescent
Port
Angeles
101
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Forks
101
Olympic National Park
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
104
5
Quilcene
3
Brinnon
Seattle
Kalaloch
101
Lake
Quinault
To Shelton
Mason Cty
ForksWa.com
1-800-443-6757
Olympia
Hoh Rain Forest
Surrounded by rainforest valleys and within minutes of the rugged Pacific Coast, Forks is a friendly little town full of recreation
opportunities. Within an hour of Forks, one can be strolling a
rainforest trail, kayaking a tidal estuary, surfing a wilderness
beach, soaking in natural hot spring waters or canoeing a clear
blue glacier-carved lake. There are many pet-friendly trails
nearby so bring your best friend!
Favorite Events
Forks Old-Fashioned 4th of July: July 3–5
800-443-6757 • ForksWa.com • Forks has long been famous
for its pull-out-all-the-stops observance of Independence
Day, including a parade, demolition derby, arts & crafts show,
horseshoe & cribbage tournaments, salmon bake, sack races,
frog jump and a great fireworks show.
Quileute Days: July 17–19
La Push • 360-374-5091 • QuileuteNation.org • A celebration of
cultural heritage and modern lifestyle. It includes a traditional
salmon bake, dancing and songs, a softball tournament, a horseshoe tournament, arts & crafts and food. There are also canoe
races, bone games and a fantastic fireworks display at First Beach.
Points of Interest
Timber harvest plays an important role in the community,
augmented in the new millennium by technology.
Forks Timber Museum: 1421 S. Forks Ave. • 360-374-9663
ForksTimberMuseum.org • Open Apr–Oct, Nov–Mar, Fri & Sat only, closed Dec. Other times available by appointment.
Tillicum Park features the Rayonier #10 Shay Locomotive and
an Army tank that you can see up close!
Logging & Mill Tour: 360-3742531 • Sponsored by Forks Chamber
of Commerce mid-May through
mid-Sept. Reservations required.
Big Cedar Tree on Nolan Creek Rd
is 178 ft tall and 19.4 ft in diameter.
Waterfalls: Beaver, Falls Creek,
Maple Creek, Mineral Creek, Sol Duc, Strawberry Bay
So Much To Do!
World-class fishing adventures await as vibrant runs of salmon
and steelhead can be found in the Bogachiel, Hoh, Sol Duc and
Calawah Rivers. Saltwater charters from La Push for salmon and
bottom fish are available, too. Local guides, restaurants and inns
cater to those fishing, making pre-dawn breakfasts and packing
lunches to enjoy on the river. A surprising number of restaurants,
gift shops, cabins, inns and other lodgings can be found in Forks,
many with secluded acreages on riverbanks or calm pastures.
Savor the relaxed atmosphere of this town where folks still
chat in grocery lines and stop for pedestrians. Bring a lightweight
hooded jacket, comfortable shoes and a smile…though this town
gets 10 or 12 feet of rain a year, no one carries an umbrella!
Sol Duc River & Valley
Located west of Lake Crescent in the Olympic National Park, the
Sol Duc Valley holds many secrets ready to be discovered. See old
growth forests, explore Sol Duc Falls and Salmon Cascades or
relax in the hot springs.
The Sol Duc River, with many camping and recreational
opportunities, is abundant with salmon, steelhead and cutthroat
trout. The 78 mile river runs through the valley on its way to the
Quillayute River in La Push. Prepare to cross this river five times
on your way to Forks!
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Photo: Forks Chamber of Commerce
Photo: Lonnie Archibald
Forks, La Push, Hoh Rain Forest
First Beach
Twilight Fascination
Photo: James Jamie
Stephenie Meyer’s
plot for the
popular book and
movie series, Twilight, takes place
on the west end of
the North Olympic
Peninsula. See
locations from
the books throughout Forks, La Push and Port Angeles. When you
get to Forks, take a self-guided tour or an organized tour and visit
the high school where Bella and Edward meet, the beach in La
Push where Bella learns the truth about Edward and the hospital
where Dr. Cullen has a reserved parking spot. Visit the places in Port
Angeles, like the restaurant where Bella and Edward have their
first date, the bookstore and movie theater. So grab a Twilight sites
map and see Bella’s trucks at the Visitor Information Center at the
south end of Forks Avenue. Enjoy Twilight-themed menu items at
our local restaurants and shop for Forks and Twilight souvenirs and
memorabilia at many local stores.
Sol Duc Hatchery is right off Mary Clark Road (north of
milepost 203, Hwy 101). Enjoy self-guided walking tours of the Sol
Duc Salmon Hatchery Interpretive Center and rearing ponds. Open
daily. Guided group tours available by request. • 360-327-3246
Hoh Rain Forest
The dense rainforest valley of the glacier-fed Hoh River is a must
see. These forests thrive sustained by 12 to 16 feet of rainfall a
year, not including the 30 inches of tree drip from fog condensing in the canopy! The browsing herds of Roosevelt elk feed on
the thick understory and keep it from obscuring the view. The
Hoh Visitor Center is the starting point for several walks under
two miles, as well as longer and more challenging hikes to the
glaciers and alpine meadows of Olympic National Park’s interior.
The word “Hoh” is a Native American term meaning “fast
moving water” and describes the beautiful Hoh River perfectly.
See eagles, elk, otters and other wildlife from the bank or take a
trip down the river via kayak, raft or guided driftboat.
Photo: Forks Chamber of Commerce
on the Olympic Peninsula
If you come for Twilight, plan to spend a few days absorbing the
atmosphere of the Peninsula that conjures up romance, excitement,
adventure and a timeless desire to return over and over again!
Stephenie Meyer Day  Sept. 10–13, 2015
ForksWA.com/StephenieMeyerDay
Don’t miss the annual event where we honor author Stephenie
Meyer and celebrate Bella’s birthday!
Forks Timber Museum
Photo: Dave Logan
La Push & Ocean Beaches
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Over 70 miles of protected coastline form the western boundary of
the north Olympic Peninsula and only 14 miles west, one can be at
Rialto Beach or First Beach. Great forested trails leading to pristine
shores are found at Second and Third Beaches. Visit La Push, home
of the Quileute People for thousands of years. This village at the
mouth of the Quillayute River offers a marina and services for visitors including beachfront resort and RV park. The mile-wide First
Beach is a popular surfing spot and a favorite place for gray whales
to pause and feed on their northward migration. Best viewing is in
the morning from mid-February through late May.
Strait of Juan de Fuca National Scenic Byway, Joyce,
Neah Bay
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
112
Joyce
101
Lake
Crescent
Port
Angeles
101
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Forks
La Push
101
Photo: Courtesy of the Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway Assoc.
Olympic National Park
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
104
5
Quilcene
3
Brinnon
Seattle
Kalaloch
101
Lake
Quinault
To Shelton
Mason Cty
Nat’l Scenic Byway, Joyce, Clallam
Bay/Sekiu, Neah Bay/Cape Flattery
Highway112.org
ClallamBay.com • Sekiu.com
NeahBayWa.com
Olympia
Scenic Byway SR 112
The Strait of Juan de Fuca
Scenic Byway: State Highway 112
One of the nation’s National Scenic Byways, it follows the shoreline
of a glacial fjord connecting Puget Sound to the Pacific Ocean,
separating the Olympic Peninsula from Vancouver Island, British
Columbia. This dramatic coastline with rugged cliffs and forests
reaches farther into the cold waters of the North Pacific than any
other mainland point in the lower 48 states. Eagles, otters and
gray whales are common sights. The winding coastal route is
beautiful all year, changing with the seasons. Along the way visit
the Joyce General Store and Depot Museum, tide pools and beach
access at Salt Creek Recreation Area, the colorful fishing villages
of Clallam Bay and Sekiu, Lake Ozette and trails in Olympic
National Park, and Neah Bay, on the Makah Indian Reservation.
Joyce
Port Angeles and Port Crescent were boom towns in the late 1800s.
An election in 1890 named Port Angeles as the county seat, thereby
decreasing Port Crescent’s importance. Eventually, the community
moved to present-day Joyce. The Joyce General Store celebrated
its 100th birthday in 2011. The Joyce Depot Museum has displays
from old Port Crescent days. Nearby Salt Creek Recreation Area and
Freshwater Bay are popular camping and recreation sites.
Favorite Events
34th Annual Clallam Bay/Sekiu Fun Days: July 10–12
Clallam Bay/Sekiu • 360-963-2339 • Sekiu.com
A down-home community festival in the scenic fishing villages of
Clallam Bay and Sekiu on the gorgeous North Coast. Family fun,
races, food, entertainment, parades, games and fireworks!
32nd Annual Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival: Aug 1
JoyceWa.com • Family-friendly events and lots of berries!
Makah Days: Aug 22–24
Neah Bay • 360-645-2201 • Makah.com
Makah Days celebrate the culture and the heritage of the Makah
Tribe. The three-day festival has a grand parade, street fair, canoe
races, kids’ races, royalty, traditional “slahal” games, dancing, singing, feasting, salmon bake, talent show and exciting fireworks show.
Great Strait Sale: Sept 12
Highway 112 • 360-457-1424 • A one-day, 61-mile community
event. Sales at homes, yards, barns, stores, and community sites.
Find treasures, bargains, arts and crafts, produce, and lunch as you
travel through forests and alongside beaches from west of Port
Angeles to Neah Bay. Take your time, enjoy the drive!
Sample the stress-free, laid-back lifestyle of the Northwest Coast
in Clallam Bay and Sekiu! This corner of the Peninsula is known
for its rugged, pristine coastline and abundant marine life.
Separated by two miles of beach, Clallam Bay and Sekiu look
across the water to Vancouver Island, B.C. Once here, you’ll find
everything you could possibly need, including nice lodgings and
campgrounds, good restaurants, grocery stores, gas/propane,
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internet and espresso!
Salt Creek
Photo: Dave Logan
Clallam Bay/Sekiu
Sekiu is a world-famous recreational fishing destination, complete with all the services you need to catch a really big fish! Other recreational activities include hiking, surfing, kayaking, scuba
diving and the favorite of all… beachcombing! Bird watchers are
rewarded with puffins, marbled murrelets, thousands of coastal
birds, migrating swans, raptors and hundreds of bald eagles that
spend winters on this coast. Gray and humpback whales, orcas
and sea otters are a few of the plentiful marine species.
Coastal Recreation
Sekiu and Clallam Bay are near Lake Ozette in Olympic National
Park where hiking trails lead to miles of unspoiled ocean beaches. A nine-mile triangle hike from Ozette to Cape Alava to Sand
Point passes ancient petroglyphs. To the north, Shi Shi Beach in
Olympic National Park was named the “Best Wilderness Ocean
Beach” in the United States in 2003 by the Travel Channel.
Neah Bay & Cape Flattery
To the west, follow Hwy 112 to Neah Bay and the Makah Indian
Reservation where you will find a world-class cultural museum
and the best smoked salmon ever! West of Neah Bay at the tip of
the Olympic Peninsula lies Cape Flattery, the most northwestern
point in the contiguous US. Located on the Makah Indian Reservation, a cedar plank boardwalk takes you on a moderate hike
to views of the Tatoosh Island lighthouse, the Pacific Ocean and
the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Tatoosh Island is a sacred place for
the Makah. Other sights include sea caves, eagles, cormorants,
sea otters, octopi and falcons. In summer, Makah interpreters
on the trail share the history and culture of the area as well as
traditional uses of native plants. There is no fee to hike the trail,
but you will need to purchase a Recreation Permit when you enter
the Reservation.
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Points of Interest
Diah Veterans Park & Fort Nunez Gaona
TourofHonor.com/pages/2013wa_neahbay.html
Honoring all veterans who served from the Makah Reservation,
this memorial is built on the former Spanish Fort Nunez Gaona.
Whale Watching
TheWhaleTrail.org • The Strait of Juan
de Fuca is a hot spot for whale activity
year-round! Watch for gray whales
feeding in the kelp reefs along the
shore. Or catch one of our resident orca
pods breaching in the waves.
Makah Cultural Center
1880 Bay View • 360-645-2711 • Makah.com/mcrchome.html
Open daily, 10am–5pm. • The world famous Makah Cultural
& Research Center features many items from the “Ozette Dig,”
which yielded Makah artifacts from a village partially buried in
a mudslide in the 1500s. The Ozette archeological collection is
the largest pre-contact NW Coast Indian collection in the country. Whaling, sealing and fishing gear, basketry and replicas of a
60-ft cedar longhouse and oceangoing canoes are on display.
Joyce Depot Museum
360-928-3568 • JoyceWa.com • Museum displays include
railroad memorabilia and history, photos and artifacts.
Waterfalls: Hoko, Striped Peak, Hi Hi Kwitht
Eagles abound along Hwy 112.
Shi Shi Beach: The Shi Shi trail is a 3.3-mile trail to one of the
most spectacular sights in Washington State. This is a great
surfing spot and among the most unspoiled beaches in the USA.
A view of Cape Flattery
Photo: Randall J. Hodges
Photo: John Gussman
Local mascot, Rosie,
overlooks Sekiu.
Photo: NOAA Olympic Coast Nat’l Marine Sanctuary
Clallam Bay/Sekiu & Neah Bay/Cape Flattery
Port Angeles, Lake Crescent
Neah Bay
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Clallam Bay
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Olympic National Park
Marrowstone Is.
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PortAngeles.org
360-452-2363
Olympia
Ride The Hurricane participants near the summit
Favorite Events
21st Annual Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts: May 22–25
360-457-5411 • JFFA.org
Over 125 performances of music, dance and theater, presenting acts
from around the world. Live performances on indoor and outdoor
stages are joined by musical workshops, a global craft fair, delicious
food, public art and special activities for children.
North Olympic Discovery Marathon: June 7
360-417-1301 • NODM.com
Half and full marathon using the Olympic Discovery Trail that
connects Sequim and Port Angeles.
Ride the Hurricane: Aug 2 • 7AM–Noon
360-452-2363 • PortAngeles.org
This unique recreational cycling event allows cyclists to ride the
famed Hurricane Ridge road free of vehicles. Hurricane Ridge is
considered one of the premier uphill rides in the country.
Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival: Oct 9–11
360-452-6300
CrabFestival.org
The Festival features a traditional Dungeness crab feed
and the freshest Northwest
seafood, with wine tasting,
a beer garden, demonstration kitchen, entertainment,
craft fair, and US Coast
Guard demonstration. The
Crab Derby offers hands-on
crab catching fun!
Nestled between the Olympic Range and
the Strait of Juan de Fuca
This active deep water seaport, with its proud and colorful history,
has earned its name—Port Angeles: The Authentic Northwest.
Hurricane Ridge, one of the most visited areas in Olympic National
Park, is a short 18-mile drive from Port Angeles. Our location provides the best access to Victoria, BC via the Blackball Ferry Line
MV Coho. This 90-minute sailing is available every day of the year
except when out of service for annual dry dock from Jan 21–Feb 6.
Downtown Happenings
The downtown waterfront has recently undergone major upgrades, making it an ideal place to view harbor activities. Take
a guided tour of historical Port Angeles to see sections of our
famed underground or to view colorful murals depicting local
lore. Enjoy Art on the Town, a display of over 56 outdoor sculptures including the Avenue of the People, a permanent outdoor art
display of ordinary people doing ordinary things. Take a guided
Art Walk through downtown or simply wander and enjoy the cafés,
restaurants, galleries, gift shops, independent bookstores and
antique shops nestled between water and mountain views.
The bustling Farmers Market, open year round every
Saturday at the Gateway Plaza and Wednesday afternoons in
the summer, showcases local produce, foodie treats and crafts.
Downtown has easy access to the Olympic Discovery Trail (see
page 30).
The Port Angeles City Pier offers magnificent views of the
ships at anchor and the City of Victoria, Canada, 18 miles across
the Strait of Juan de Fuca. To the south, the snowcapped Olympic
Mountains fill the horizon. The community hosts a variety of
events including summer outdoor concerts, the famous Dunge-
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Photo: Russ Veenema
Photo: Russ Veenema
Port Angeles
Photo: Russ Veenema
Kayak on Lake Crescent
ness Crab & Seafood Festival in October, the North Olympic
Discovery Marathon in June, and the exciting Sprint Boat Races
which occur in August and September. Check “Events” on pages
20–21 for what’s happening during your visit.
At the picturesque City Pier you will find the Feiro Marine
Life Center, a marine exhibit facility devoted to protecting marine
resources. Adjacent to City Pier on the second floor in The Landing is the Olympic Coast Discovery Center. Learn about the ocean
and underwater landscape, maritime history, marine wildlife,
habitats and traditional cultures.
Many of the recreational activities for which the area is
famous can be enjoyed in and around this charming community.
Several local wineries and breweries offer tastings and other
events throughout the year. Specialty shops can be found for
kayaking, hiking, camping, biking, fishing, scuba diving and
skateboarding. During the winter, skiing, snow shoeing and snow
boarding sales and rentals are available.
Lake Crescent
Half an hour west of Port Angeles is idyllic Lake Crescent,
a deep, clear, 12-mile long lake along Hwy 101. People say
that no matter how often they visit the Olympic Peninsula, they
never tire of the sight of deep, turquoise blue Lake Crescent with
its signature, historic National Park lodge built in 1916. Three
waterfalls near Lake Crescent offer an adventure for everyone.
Marymere Falls is a short hike from Lake Crescent Lodge, whereas, Wolf Creek Falls in the Elwha Valley requires a steep climb
and Madison Falls, also in the Valley, is wheelchair accessible.
Along the north shore of Lake Crescent is the Spruce Railroad
Trail, a former railroad grade converted for use as a bike and
hiking trail. Camping, rentals and groceries are all nearby.
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Photo: InsideOut Solutions, Inc.
Points of Interest
Port Angeles Fine Arts Ctr. & Webster’s Woods Art Park
1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd. • 360-417-4590 or 360-457-3532
PAFAC.org • Free Admission
Thought-provoking exhibitions with a Northwest flavor are imaginatively displayed in the semi-circular hilltop gallery set against an
awesome vista of marine and mountain views. Webster’s Woods is
a five-acre “museum without walls” featuring over 125 sculptures
and site works along rustic trails in a unique sylvan setting. Gallery
hours: Wed–Sun • 10–4 (Nov–Feb); 11–5 (Mar–Oct). Webster’s
Woods open daylight hours, year-round.
Clallam County Historical Society
Museum at the Carnegie, 207 S. Lincoln St.
360-452-2662 • ClallamHistoricalSociety.com
The Museum in the restored Carnegie Library building features
a permanent exhibit telling the story of Clallam County through
the lives of its pioneers through the years. Changing exhibits
and a gift store are located on the first floor. Museum annex is
in the historic Federal Building at First & Oak.
Dream Playground and Skate Park: 300 block on Race Street
across from Civic Field • Open 8 AM to dusk daily.
Olympic Coast Discovery Center
115 E. Railroad Ave. • 360-457-6622 • OlympicCoast.noaa.gov
Located by the ferry terminals, the Center has fascinating interactive interpretive exhibits on display year-round. Call for hours.
Peninsula College
1502 E Lauridsen Blvd. • 360-452-9277 • PC.ctc.edu
Port Angeles is home to this terrific facility offering two and
four year degrees. The campus offers beautiful northwest
surroundings and views with cutting edge eco-friendly architecture. Events and concerts happen throughout the year.
Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center
Port Angeles City Pier • 360-417-6254 • FeiroMarineLifeCenter.org
The center contains numerous aquaria, wet tables and exhibits
that focus on the near shore habitats and local marine life. The
popular touch tank lets you meet local marine life up close and
personal. Special tours can be arranged by calling the center.
Sequim & the Dungeness Valley
Neah Bay
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Clallam Bay
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Crescent
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Ludlow
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VisitSunnySequim.com
1-800-737-8462
Olympia
Sequim Travel Planner and more information
at the Visitor Center, 1192 E. Washington.
Lavender season in Sequim
Small-Town Charm
Favorite Events
Olympic Peninsula Bird Festival: Apr 10–12
360-681-4076 • OlympicBirdFest.org • Guided trips, boat tours,
workshops and presentations.
Sequim’s 120th Irrigation Festival: May 2–10
360-683-6197 • IrrigationFestival.
com • The longest running festival in
the state of Washington! Join us as
we celebrate the irrigation water that
brought the Sequim-Dungeness Valley
to life with a parade, street fair, logging show, carnival and more.
Sequim Lavender Weekend:
July 17–19
360-683-6197 • SequimLavenderWeekend.com • Sequim is
known as the Lavender Capital of North America® for a good
reason. Farm tours, arts and crafts fairs, demonstrations, and
workshops will celebrate this beautiful, fragrant herb.
Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire: Aug 29–30
360-461-3950 • OlympicPeninsulaAirAffaire.com
Fly-ins, displays, wing-walkers, and hot air balloon rides.
Dungeness River Festival Sequim: Sept 25–26
360-681-4076 • DungenessRiverCenter.org • Preserving the
culture of the Dungeness River.
North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival: Oct 2–4
FiberArtsFestival.org • Workshops, demonstrations, museum
exhibition and fiber arts market.
Sequim Art Walk: 1st Friday of every month, 5–8 PM
SequimArtWalk.com
There are many reasons to love Sequim, but the small town,
friendly atmosphere is at the top of the list. Enjoy shopping at
the boutiques and art galleries in the quaint downtown, savor
a meal at one of the local restaurants, take in the spectacular
scenery, and get to know some of the people who make this a
special community.
Outdoor Fun in the Sun
Due to the “rain shadow” caused by the Olympic Mountains,
Sequim is one of the driest places in Western Washington.
Averaging 16” of annual rainfall, it is the perfect destination for
your outdoor adventure. Bring your bike, kayak, golf clubs,
walking shoes, and binoculars and enjoy the spectacular sights
of the valley.
Celebrate with Us
We love to celebrate in Sequim! Parades, a carnival, street fair
and logging show are just a few of the events you’ll experience
at the 120th Sequim Irrigation Festival the first week in May.
Sequim Lavender Weekend, the largest lavender celebration in
the country, takes place the third weekend in July with farm
tours, a street fair, and a host of community events. First Friday
Artwalk, the Sequim Farmer’s Market, summer concerts, a bird
festival, fiber arts festival, and Hometown Holidays are a few of
our community celebrations.
Rich in Agricultural Heritage
Sequim is known for its organic fruits and vegetables, and the
fragrant herb lavender. In the summer, you can pick raspberries,
blackberries, blueberries and strawberries or stop by a produce
stand or the Farmers’ Market for the freshest local produce.
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Photo: Barbara Hanna
Photo: George Gerkitz
Sequim/Dungeness Valley
John Wayne Marina
Featured in SEA Magazine as “Best of the West” for small
marinas, the marina was constructed in 1985 on 22 acres
donated by the John Wayne family. Actor John Wayne frequented
Sequim Bay waters aboard the family yacht, the “Wild Goose”
and envisioned a marina in the scenic bay. Today the marina features permanent and guest moorage, excellent marine services, a
restaurant, showers, laundry and banquet facilities, and provides
boat launch ramps, fuel
facilities, public beach access, and picnic areas.
Dungeness Spit
& Lighthouse
At 5.5 miles in length,
the Dungeness Spit is the
longest naturally occurring sand spit in North
America and is home to
the Dungeness National
Wildlife Refuge.
The refuge is a sanctuary for birds, land mammals and water mammals.
Its trails and picnic areas offer breathtaking views of the beaches,
the Dungeness Harbor, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
If you’re up for a hike or a paddle to the end of the spit,
you’ll find the New Dungeness Lighthouse, built in 1857 and on
the National Register of Historic Places. The New Dungeness Light
Station Association has manned the lighthouse since 1994.
Access to the Light Station is limited to hikers at low tide
and small boats in calm seas. Boaters and kayakers need to call
ahead for reservations as water access is limited to minimize
disturbance to marine mammals and birds.
360-457-8451 • FWS.gov/washingtonmaritime/dungeness
The Lighthouse on the Dungeness Spit
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Photo: Jerry Fagerlund
Visit the local lavender farms and pick your own sweet
bouquet along with shopping for hand-crafted lavender products.
This beautiful, highly fragrant, and useful herb blooms in the
summer. Many farms are open for U-pick from July through
September. While you’re here visit our local creamery and be
sure to savor the delicious Dungeness crab, native to the
Dungeness area.
Photo: George Gerkitz
Photo: Linda Barnfather
John Wayne Marina
Points of Interest
Museum and Arts Center/Sequim-Dungeness Valley
175 W. Cedar St. • 360-683-8110 • MACSequim.org
Visit the famous Manis mastodon exhibit, learn more about the
hometown of 1936 Olympic Gold Medalist Joe Rantz, and enjoy
the rotating collections and art exhibits.
Olympic Theatre Arts
414 N. Sequim Ave. • 360-683-7326 • OlympicTheatreArts.org
Theatrical productions and educational programs that
entertain, stimulate and inspire community involvement.
Dungeness River Audubon Center
Railroad Bridge Park • 360-681-4076 • DungenessRiverCenter.org
Located at the site of the historic railroad trestle that crosses the river.
The trestle has been converted to
a planked section of the Olympic
Discovery Trail. The Center offers a wide
variety of programs, including weekly
bird walks, exhibits, and displays.
Olympic Game Farm
1423 Ward Road • 360-683-4295 • OlyGameFarm.com
Once a popular filming site for Walt Disney Studios, you can drive
through this private game farm and get a close-up view of zebra,
bison, yaks and the famous waving Kodiak bears. After the tour, be
sure to visit the petting farm and freshwater aquarium.
Sequim Elk Herd: Keep your eyes open for a glimpse of the
Sequim elk herd on the southeastern slopes of town. The herd is
comprised of about 70 Roosevelt elk and considers Sequim part of
its grazing range.
Port Townsend
Neah Bay
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Clallam Bay
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Crescent
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Angeles
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Townsend
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Olympic National Park
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
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Quilcene
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Seattle
Kalaloch
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Port Townsend
EnjoyPT.com
360-385-2722 • 1-888-365-6978
Olympia
Maps for Port Townsend are available online
or at the Visitor Center, 2409 Jefferson Street.
Washington’s Victorian Seaport & Arts Community
One of America’s Coolest Small Towns!
Favorite Events
Victorian Heritage Festival: March 20–22
360-385-6753 • VictorianFestival.org
A celebration of the old that’s new again.
80th Annual Rhododendron Festival: May 9–17
360-301-0783 • RhodyFestival.org
Enjoy the Pet Parade, Bed Races, Rhody Run and Grand Parade.
4th Annual Brass Screw Confederacy—Steampunk
Hootenanny: May 29–31 • 360-385-6753 • Brass-Screw.org
A weekend of creative genius, weird science and esoteric apparel.
Festival of American Fiddle Tunes: June 28–July 5
360-385-3102 • Centrum.org
A foot-tapping celebration from the masters of fiddle traditions.
Jazz Port Townsend: July 19–26
360-385-3102 • Centrum.org
The jazz world’s great artists offer memorable performances.
Shakespeare in the Park: Aug 7–30
360-385-7396• KeyCityPublicTheatre.org
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
39th Annual Wooden Boat Festival: Sept 11–13
360-385-3628 • WoodenBoat.org
Tour wooden boats, learn maritime skills and attend exhibits.
16th Annual Port Townsend Film Festival: Sept 25–27
360-379-1333 • PTfilmfest.com
Six theaters, 90 films, one glorious film under the stars nightly.
33rd Annual Kinetic Skulpture Race: Oct 2–4
360-379-4972 or 360-385-7306 • PTkineticRace.org
Kooky and ingenious contraptions try to race the course.
Named one of the “Top 10 Coolest Small Towns in America” by
Budget Travel, FOX News, NBC News and Yahoo Travel, Port
Townsend has gained a national reputation for its authentic charm
as a Victorian seaport. Make a life-time memory and treat yourself
to an unforgettable experience in this beautiful city. Explore Port
Townsend’s parks, beaches and trails on foot or by bicycle. Meander through a museum, dance up a storm, enjoy live music, attend
a festival or just saunter through town.
Dubbed the “Paris of the Pacific Northwest” by Sunset Magazine, its restaurants, bistros and cafes prepare delicious, local fare
at its finest, fresh from the farm, field or sea.
While the history of the city is young by world standards,
there’s community pride in its heritage. Take a tour of the historic
homes and buildings. Port Townsend is one of only three Victorian
seaports on the National Register of Historic Places. Visit the Jefferson Museum of Art and History, Fort Worden State Park and the
Rothschild House to learn more about the town’s rich history.
The artistic soul soars in this community as showcased in its
unique art galleries and live performances of music and theatre.
Port Townsend is the perfect home base for exploring all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer!
Get Outside
From boating to kayaking, cycling to hiking, outdoor recreation is
a favorite for locals and visitors alike. You can rent a kayak, classic
wooden rowboat or a bicycle, or take off on foot and explore trails
with stunning views. Take a day trip to the San Juan Islands or to
Protection Island. On wildlife tours, view whales, puffins, eagles
and seals while learning about the unique ecology of Puget Sound.
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Points of Interest
Centrum
Fort Worden State Park • 360-385-3102 • 800-733-3608 for
ticket sales • Centrum.org
Features workshops that bring students together with masters
in the arts, including Pulitzer Prize and Grammy winners.
Coast Artillery Museum
Fort Worden State Park • 360-385-0373
CoastArtilleryMuseum.org
Preserves and interprets Coast Artillery’s Harbor Defenses of
Puget Sound, 1880s–1940s.
Commanding Officer’s Quarters Museum
Fort Worden State Park • 360-385-1003
JCHSmuseum.org/coq.html
Built on Officer’s Row in 1904, this elegant home is filled with
period antiques from the turn of the 20th century.
Jefferson Museum of Art and History
540 Water St. • 360-385-1003 • JCHSmuseum.org
Located in the historic City Hall, the museum preserves and
promotes Jefferson County heritage, including Native American
history, Victorian life, military and maritime memorabilia and art.
Key City Public Theatre
419 Washington St. • 360-379-0195 • KeyCityPublicTheatre.org
KCPT is the Olympic Peninsula’s premier theatre, with
award-winning live performances, year-round programming
and educational opportunities for all ages.
Northwest Maritime Center/Wooden Boat Foundation
431 Water St. • 360-385-3628 • WoodenBoat.org
This organization preserves and celebrates traditional maritime skills
and culture—providing programs and water classes. The yearly
Wooden Boat Festival highlights these activities.
Port Townsend Farmers Market
Uptown PT • 360-379-9098 • JeffersonCountyFarmersMarket.org
Named the best farmers market in Washington State,
celebrating local farms and producers.
Port Townsend Marine Science Ctr. & Natural History Museum
At Fort Worden Beach • 360-385-5582 • PTMSC.org
Inspiring conservation of the Salish Sea with interactive live
exhibits for the public and educational programs.
Rothschild House Museum
Corner of Franklin & Taylor • 360-385-1003
JCHSmuseum.org/rothschild/house.html
This 1868 Greek Revival style home, on the National Register
of Historic Places, is filled with the objects and furnishings of
the Rothschild family’s life for over 90 years.
Photo: Steve Mullensky
Fort Worden State Park
Fort Worden State Park
With its bluffs and beaches overlooking the northern entrance to
Puget Sound, Fort Worden State Park and Conference Center is
a spectacular place for vacationers, family gatherings, weddings
and conferences. The former military fort has 434 pristine acres
of natural beauty and miles of trails, offering a 360 degree view
of the Cascades, the Olympics and the Salish Sea. It is home to
many arts and cultural events where visitors come to be immersed in educational, historic and simply fun experiences!
FortWorden.org • 210 Battery Way • 360-344-4400
Stay. Shop. Eat.
Photo: Steve Mullensky
From historic hotels and welcoming B&Bs to cool guesthouses,
stay awhile in Port Townsend and enjoy the view from accommodations that pamper you.
Explore Port Townsend’s delightful array of boutique
shops, captivating art galleries and delicious eateries in historic
downtown. Walk up the steps by Haller Fountain and discover the
charm of Uptown too.
Biking on the Larry Scott Trail
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Port Ludlow, Chimacum, Port Hadlock, Marrowstone Is.
Neah Bay
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Clallam Bay
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La Push
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Crescent
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Marrowstone Is.
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Ludlow
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Brinnon
Seattle
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Quinault
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EnjoyOlympicPeninsula.com
OlympicPeninsula.org
VisitJeffersonCountyWA.com
360-437-0120
Olympia
Fort Flagler State Park sunrise
Port Ludlow
Nestled on the shores of the Puget Sound, less than 10 minutes
from the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge. Once a logging and
ship building town, Port Ludlow has grown into a vibrant community with beautiful residential neighborhoods, a 37-room boutique
waterfront inn, a 300-slip marina, and a championship 18-hole golf
course, recognized as the “Most Scenic in the World” by Esquire
Magazine. The Inn’s award winning Fireside restaurant offers
sweeping views of Port Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the
bounty of local farms, produce, artisan meats and cheeses. For
outdoor adventurers, Port Ludlow offers a variety of activities. Take
a kayak or a stand-up paddle board out in the bay and explore the
twin islands. Hike or bike the 26 miles of maintained trails and experience Port Ludlow’s magical views and abundant wildlife. Head
out into the Puget Sound to drop crab pots or cast your line for
trout or salmon. Or simply relax at the beach and soak in the views.
Chimacum, Port Hadlock & Nordland/Marrowstone Is.
These rural communities were home to agriculture, iron smelting,
and the lumber industry. While smelting and most lumber industries have disappeared, agriculture is seeing a major resurgence.
New farms including a cidery have sprung up providing “farm to
table” culinary delights for visitors and locals alike. Plenty of parks
and campgrounds provide recreation opportunities for everyone.
Visitors can fish on freshwater lakes or saltwater bays. Clams and
oysters, during season, can be gathered from many Resort At Port Ludlow
public beaches. On shore winds fall, winter and
spring provide excellent wind and kite surfing off
south Indian Island beaches. Marrowstone Island is
home to several artists’ studios, a vineyard with tasting room and many farms. Fort Flagler, now a State
Park, commands the tip of Marrowstone Island with
old gun batteries, over ten miles of hiking trails, and
views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound.
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Favorite Events
Tractor Days: May 24 • Nordland • Tractor & Kids Parade,
barbeque, live music, good times for all.
Port Ludlow Festival by the Bay: July 24–26 • Port Ludlow
PLFest.org • Arts and crafts, sailboat and kayak races, tennis and
golf tournaments, car show and more!
7th Annual Annual Halloween Carnival: Oct 24–25 • Fort
Flagler State Park • Powerhouse of Peril, Trick or Treat Street,
tractor-hay rides through a beautiful forest, games and more.
Points of Interest
Fort Flagler State Park: This 1900s era Coast Artillery Fort on the
tip of Marrowstone Island offers the traveler stunning water views,
beaches, camping, vacation homes, large Retreat Center and miles
of hiking trails. • Parks.Wa.gov/parks
Port Ludlow Falls: This trail is about one mile long and offers an
easy walk through the solitude of a varied NW forest environment. Winding through dense forests of cedar, fir, and deciduous
forests the trail offers dramatic overlooks of the falls and cascades.
World Class Golf: Discovery Bay, Port Ludlow and Port Townsend
Golf Clubs are within 30 min of the Hood Canal Bridge. Stunning
Pacific NW vistas and some of the finest championship golf in WA.
Art: The Resort at Port Ludlow displays the Port Ludlow Artists’
League‘s eclectic collection of contemporary artists’ work.
Port Ludlow Golf Club
Photos: Courtesy of Port Ludlow Associates, LLC
Photo: Jonathan Nelson
Gateway Towns
North Hood Canal – Brinnon & Quilcene
Neah Bay
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
112
Joyce
101
La Push
Lake
Crescent
Port
Angeles
101
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Forks
101
Olympic National Park
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
104
5
Quilcene
3
Brinnon
Seattle
Kalaloch
101
Lake
Quinault
To Shelton
Mason Cty
Photo: Courtesy of OPVB
Quilcene & Brinnon
EmeraldTowns.com
Brinnon: 360-796-4350
Quilcene: 360-765-4999
Olympia
View from Mt. Walker
Quilcene & Brinnon
Favorite Events
ShrimpFest: May 23–24 • EmeraldTowns.org/shrimpfest
Brinnon • At the field by Yelvik General Store (251 Hjelvicks Rd
& Hwy 101). Family fun, belt sander races, music, food, lots of
shrimp and crafts.
Olympic Music Festival: Summer, every Sat & Sun • Quilcene
OlympicMusicFestival.org • Great classical “Concerts in the Barn!”
Quilcene Fair: Sept 19 • QuilceneFair.com • Quilcene School on
Hwy 101 • Parade and carnival, plus arts & crafts, local vendors,
exhibits, gardener’s corner, raffles, live music and classic cars.
Quilcene Half-Marathon, 10K & 5K Runs: Sept 26
QuilceneHalfMarathon.com • Three beautiful race courses wind
through the forests and farmland overlooking Quilcene Bay. Points of Interest
Quilcene Historical Museum: 151 E. Columbia St. • 360-7654848 • QuilceneMuseum.org and LingerLongerProductions.com
Exhibits of Quilcene community history with military, logging and
mining memorabilia, artifacts, documents and photographs; and
summer music events at the Linger Longer Outdoor Performance
Theater located in Worthington Park.
Bike Trails: Bike map available at visitor centers or check the
online bike map at PTbikes.org.
Whitney Gardens & Nursery: 306264 Hwy 101, Brinnon • 800-9522404 • WhitneyGardens.com • World-renowned rhododendrons.
Waterfalls: Rocky Brook, Hamma Hamma, Murhut & Falls View Falls
Mount Walker: Scenic drive to full vista from two picnic lookouts.
Hood Canal Scuba Diving & Shellfishing: Gentle currrents
and curious rock formations. Dive with giant Pacific octopus, wolf
eels, rockfish, and plumose anemones. Public shellfishing available at Dosewallips State Park.
Photo: Joy Baisch
These two delightful Hood Canal small towns just minutes apart
are nestled in the scenic area of Hwy 101 that hugs the shore of the
great fjord called Hood Canal at the eastern edge of the Olympic
National Forest. Quilcene and Brinnon offer sheltered, deep water
marinas, three major rivers, and clam and oyster beaches. There
are camping venues in the forest and along the beach. Bring your
kayaks and boats, and scuba and fishing gear. Enjoy the Brinnon
ShrimpFest on Memorial Day Weekend. Take in the Quilcene Fair,
visit a world-renowned rhododendron nursery, view major oyster
farms and tour an historic museum.
There are two Visitor Centers, one at the US Forest Service
ranger station in Quilcene, and one at Brinnon Community Center,
with detailed maps and up-to-date information about the National
Forest, National Park and surrounding area. This is the eastern
access to Olympic National Park/Forest, abundant with all levels of
hiking trails that can lead you through the entire Park for a week of
trekking or a short round-trip stroll with a picnic. Falls View Park
and waterfall and Mount Walker viewpoints are all within a few
minute’s drive of either community. • Ranger Station: 360-7652200 • FS.fed.us/r6/olympic
Clamming at the Dosewallips River Valley
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Shelton & South Hood Canal
Neah Bay
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
112
Joyce
101
Port
Angeles
101
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Forks
La Push
Olympic National Park
101
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
104
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Quilcene
Photo: Courtesy Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce
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Brinnon
Seattle
Kalaloch
101
Lake
Quinault
Shelton
Shelton Mason County
ExploreHoodCanal.com
800-576-2021
Olympia
A view of the Olympic Mountains
Big Charm in a Small Town
Favorite Events
Bluegrass from the Forest: May 15–17 • 360-426-1782
BluegrassFromTheForest.com • Music festival features the best
bluegrass music in an indoor theater atmosphere, with professional bands from across the country, including a band contest,
band scramble, banjo contest, youth programs, and vendors.
Mason County Forest Festival: May 28–31
360-426-2021 • MasonCountyForestFestival.org • Shelton
has been honoring its logging legacy for over 60 years with a
parade, carnival, car show, logging contests, high school Forest
Queen selection, and fun run
Mason Area Fair & Rodeo: July 23–26 • 360-482-2789
MasonCountyFair.org • Fair goers experience plenty of eats, treats,
live music, carnival rides, and 4-H competitions but the big rush is
watching the thrills, spills, and chills of the rodeo competitions!
Taste of Hood Canal: Aug 8 • 360-275-6885
TasteOfHoodCanal.com • It’s seafood galore and a whole lot
more at Belfair’s premier summer festival. Classic cars, live music, microbrew beer and wine gardens, plus local arts and crafts
gives this event a very lively but down-home appeal.
West Coast Shucking Championship & WA State Seafood
Festival: Oct 3–4 • 360-426-2021• OysterFest.org • 30,000+
avid fans flock to Shelton each fall to taste hundreds of different
seafood dishes, with an emphasis on oysters. A huge RV camping crowd, microbrew beer garden, live music and the annual
Shucking Championship make this event truly one of a kind.
PumpkinFest: Oct 2014 • VisitUnion.com • Celebrate the
fall harvest and Halloween all October long in Union. See the
Pumpkin Catapult Contest; enjoy live music, wine tasting and
Halloween activities.
The county seat, Shelton (pop. 9,800+), is a unique and delightful
town, its forestry heritage evident with it playing homage to Paul
Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. The downtown core offers turn-ofthe century architecture, antique stores, gift shops, fitness clubs,
fine restaurants, lazy creeks, and numerous parks.
Remember Adventure? We do!
Hood Canal is the only true saltwater fjord in the lower U.S. Its clear
deep waters provide world-class shrimp and salmon fishing, scuba
diving, and miles of pristine shoreline for boaters, kayakers, beachcombers and lovers of nature. For adventure seekers, go skydiving
and enjoy the panoramic aerial views.
Immediately west of Hood Canal is Olympic National Park and
Olympic National Forest. There are mountain trails, thrilling vistas,
waterfalls and more in this wilderness paradise. The High Steel
Bridge, the Mt. Ellinor Trail and the Staircase entrance to Olympic
National Park are just three of the top attractions.
From luxurious lodging, authentic Northwest cuisine, wineries
and wine shops to the simple pleasures of beach combing, sightseeing and rain forest walks, Hood Canal in Mason County has it all.
On the Water
Whether you want to be in the water, on the water, or just near
it, the waterways and estuaries of Hood Canal and South Puget
Sound, glacier-fed rivers like the Skokomish, and more than one
hundred freshwater lakes such as Lake Cushman and Mason Lake
will keep you in aquatic bliss.
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Points of Interest
Oysters Are Our Pearl
Skyline Drive-In Theatre
182 SE Brewer Rd, Shelton • 360-426-4707
One of the last vintage theaters, the Skyline Drive-In Theater is
great fun with nightly double features in the summer months
and a nostalgic snack shack.
Commercial shellfish harvesting is big business in Mason County.
Taylor Shellfish Farms is the world’s largest exporter of manila
clams and oysters. Each October, the annual OysterFest is not to
be missed! It is the state’s largest seafood festival with hundreds of
different seafood dishes, microbrew beer garden, live music and
the annual West Coast Oyster Shucking Championships!
Mason County Historical Society Museum
427 W Railroad Ave, Shelton • 360-426-1020
The Museum is located in the old town hall building in downtown
Shelton and is home to countless photographs, displays, books,
diaries, logging tools, pioneer clothing, wood carvings, World War
I era memorabilia, military uniforms, and official documents.
Union “Prettiest Town in America”
Staircase Entrance to Olympic National Park
150 N Lake Cushman Rd, Hoodsport • 360-877-2021 • NPS.gov/olym
With camping and hiking opportunities galore, the Staircase
entrance to Olympic National Park boasts magnificent views of
the surrounding peaks, the tumbling waters of the North Fork
Skokomish River, and giant old growth cedar and fir.
Come to the annual OysterFest!
Located shortly from Hwy 101, Union is rated one of the 20 most
beautiful towns in the USA and features some of the area’s best
music, art and culture, including world renowned Alderbrook Resort & Spa with adjoining Alderbrook Golf Course; Harmony Hill, a
world-famous cancer retreat and healing center; the historic Dalby
Waterwheel; and the ongoing restoration of the McReavy House
mansion and museum plus specialty shops and boutiques.
Dalby Waterwheel
Hwy 106 between Dalby Rd and E Beach Dr, Union
Mason County’s most famous and most photographed historical
structure. It powered the first hydro electricity in the area.
Heritage on Display
Since long before the first European explorers sailed among
the islands and bays of the Salish Sea, great native tribes fished,
hunted and lived off the abundant wild plants, animals and bounty
of the sea. Both Skokomish and Squaxin Indian Tribes pay homage
to that heritage with museums filled with stories, photos, art and
artifacts dating back 500+ years, bridging the early experience
and spirituality of the tribe with modern day rituals and living.
Through Lucky Dog Casino and Little Creek Casino Resort
the tribes offer fabulous gaming opportunities in traditional
longhouse-style buildings along with dining options including authentic seafood fare and modern classics. LCCR also offers Salish
Cliffs, the award-winning professional Golf Course.
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Photo: Courtesy Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce
Photo: J. McPherskesen
The High Steel Bridge
360-877-2021 • Perched 420 feet above the North Fork of
Skokomish River, the 685-foot-long steel span was originally
a logging railroad bridge built in 1929. Approximately ten
miles from Hwy 101, it’s a stunning view! Directions and more
information at ExploreHoodCanal.com and OlympicPeninsulaWaterfallTrail.com.
Orcas Island
Map, Transportation & Weather Information
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Tatoosh
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Victoria, B.C.
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©2015
Distances from Port Angeles
MilesKmTime
Aberdeen/Hoquiam145 233 3:00
Brinnon
56 901:15
Clallam Bay/Sekiu 64 103 1:25
Forks
57 92 1:15
Hoh Rain Forest 88 142 2:00
Hoodsport
83 1341:35
Hurricane Ridge 18 30 :40
Kalaloch
93 1501:45
Lake Crescent
20 32 :30
Neah Bay
87 140 2:00
Olympia
122 1962:30
Port Hadlock
48 77 1:00
Port Ludlow
50 96 1:10
MilesKmTime
Port Townsend 50 801:10
Portland, OR
255 410 4:00
Quilcene
45 72 1:00
Quinault
125 2012:26
Seattle–by ferry 76 122 3:00
SeaTac Int’l. Airport125 201 2:35
Sequim
15 24 :25
Shelton
98 1582:00
Sol Duc Hot Springs 36 58 1:05
Spokane
359 578 6:00
Tacoma
110 177 2:15
Union
93 1501:54
Victoria, BC–by ferry18 30 1:30
From Vancouver, BC: Take the Tsawwassen/Schwartz Bay
Ferry to Vancouver Island. Auto from Sidney, BC to Victoria, BC. Black Ball
Coho Ferry from Victoria to Port Angeles, WA, USA.
From Seattle to Port Angeles
Downtown Seattle: Bainbridge Ferry. Hwy 305 merge with Hwy 3 N.
Merge with Hwy 104, to Hwy 101 North
North of Downtown Seattle: 1-5 to Edmonds/Kingston ferry. Hwy 104 to
the Hood Canal Floating Bridge. Merge with Hwy 101
From SEATAC Airport: I-5 S to Tacoma. WA Hwy 16W. Merge with Hwy 3N
and then merge with Hwy 104. Merge onto Hwy 101.
By Bus & Shuttle
Clallam Transit: Port Angeles and surrounding areas, including Forks.
360-452-4511 • 800-858-3747 • ClallamTransit.com
Jefferson Transit: Port Townsend and surrounding areas, including Lake
Quinault north to Forks. • 360-385-4777 • 800-562-9730 • JeffersonTransit.com
Mason Transit: Mason County and surrounding areas.
360-427-5033 • 800-374-3747 • MasonTransit.org
Dungeness Line: Two trips daily from Port Angeles, Sequim, Port Townsend,
Discovery Bay and Kingston to Edmonds, Seattle Greyhound, Amtrak and
Sea-Tac. • 111 East Front St., Port Angeles • Fare/schedule info:
800-457-4492 • 360-417-0700 • OlympicBusLines.com
Rocket Transportation: Provides auto and van door-to-door service on the
Olympic Peninsula; includes trips to/from Sea-Tac. • 260643 Hwy 101, Sequim
877-697-6258 • 360-683-8087 • GoRocketMan.com
By Boat
Blackball Ferry/MV Coho–Port Angeles: Vehicle and passenger service to
Victoria, BC • 360-457-4491 • 250-386-2202 (Victoria) • FerryToVictoria.com
Puget Sound Express–Port Townsend: Passenger service to the San Juan
Islands. Charters available. • 360-385-5288 • PugetSoundExpress.com
On Washington State Ferries: Routes from Seattle to Bainbridge Island
and Kingston, from Edmonds to Kingston or from Coupeville on Whidbey
Island to Port Townsend. Vehicle and passenger service via Puget Sound
888-808-7977 • WSDOT.wa.gov/ferries
By Air: Kenmore Air no longer flies into Port Angeles. Please call to
confirm commercial air service, 360-452-8552. Charter air service available
through Rite Brothers, Port Angeles • 360-452-6226.
By Car: In Port Angeles, serving the Olympic Peninsula—
Budget • 360-457-4246 and Enterprise • 360-417-3083
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Tours & Outfitters
Adventures Through Kayaking: Bicycling & paddling tours• Port Angeles
360-417-3015 • ATkayaking.com
All Points Charters & Tours: Van tours • 360-460-7131 • GoAllPoints.com
Birding Tour: Dungeness River Audubon Center, Sequim
360-681-4076 • DungenessRiverCenter.org
Captain Lee, LLC: Chartered boat tours and more, Shelton
360-790-2843 • CaptainLeeLLC.com
Dungeness Kayaking: Sequim • 360-681-4190 • DungenessKayaking.com
Exotic Hikes: Olympic National Park • 360-350-8938 • ExoticHikes.com
Expeditions Northwest: Marine Tours• Port Angeles • 360-452-6210
ExpeditionsNW.com
Experience Olympic Tours: Ecotours & guided hikes • Port Angeles
360-808-9237 • ExperienceOlympic.com
Forks Logging & Mill Tour: Forks Chamber of Commerce
360-374-2531 • ForksWA.com
GoXpeditions: Kayak & paddle board rentals • Sequim • 360-300-7544
Facebook.com/GoXpeditions
Island Adventures: Whale Watching Tours • Port Angeles • 360-293-2428
Island-Adventures.com
Kenmore Air: Plane Charters • Seattle • KenmoreAir.com
Lake Quinault & Rainforest Coach Tours: Lake Quinault Lodge • 360-2882900 or 800-562-6672 • OlympicNationalParks.com
Merrie Ellen Schooner: Sailing charters • Brinnon
360-796-3172 • SchoonerMerrieEllen.com
Morning Star Balloon Co.: Hot Air Balloon Tours • 435-645-7433 • Sequim
NWPlace.com
Olympic Air, Inc.: Helicopter charters • Shelton • 360-426-1477 • OlyAir.com
Olympic Air & Tours: Package trips • SeaTac • 360-460-9473
OlympicAirandTours.com
Olympic Peninsula Adventures: Van tours • OlympicPeninsulaAdventures.com
Olympic Raft & Kayak: Port Angeles • 360-452-1443 • RaftandKayak.com
Pacific Adventure: Diving tours & scenic cruises • Brinnon
206-714-1482 • PacAdventure.com
Pacific Alpine Guides: Port Angeles • 888-674-8492 • PacificAlpineGuides.com
Pleasant Harbor Paddle: Brinnon • 360-796-4116 • KayakBrinnon.com
Port Townsend Historical Walking Tour: Jefferson County Historical
Society • 360-385-1003 • JCHSmuseum.org
PT Outdoors Kayak Tours: Port Townsend • 360-379-3608 • PToutdoors.com
Puget Sound Express: San Juan Islands, Whale Boat Tours • Port Townsend
360-385-5288 • PugetSoundExpress.com
Rainforest Paddlers, Inc.: Forks • 360-374-9288 • RainforestPaddlers.com
Rite Bros. Aviation: Scenic flights • Port Angeles • 360-452-6226 • RiteBros.com
Schooner Kia Ora: Sailing charters • Port Ludlow • 360-774-6268
SchoonerKiaOra.com
Twilight Tours by Team Forks: Forks & La Push • 360-374-5634 • TeamForks.com
Underground Heritage Tour: Port Angeles • 360-452-2363 Ext. 0 or
360-460-1001 • PortAngelesHeritageTours.com
2015 Festivals & Events
YEAR ROUND
Dungeness River Railroad
Bridge 100th Anniversary:
DungenessRiverCenter.org
Dungeness 100: Dungeness
Wildlife Refuge 100th Anniversary
Dungeness100.com
Railroad Bridge Park Bird Walk:
Every Wed • Meet at Dungeness River
Audubon Ctr, Sequim • 8:30–10:30 AM
360-681-4076 • DungenessRiverCenter.org
Jefferson Cty. Historical Society
Lectures: 1st Friday of every month
7 PM • 540 Water St, Port Townsend
360-385-1003 • JCHSmuseum.org
Port Townsend Gallery Walks:
1st Saturday of every month • 5–8 PM
PTguide.com/arts-music-theatre
Sequim 1st Friday Art Walk:
Downtown Sequim • 1st Fri every
month • 5–8 PM • SequimArtWalk.com
Boys in the Boat:
Permanent exhibit • Sequim Museum
& Arts Center • MACSequim.org
ALL SUMMER
Forks Logging & Mill Tours:
May 27–Sept 9, every Wednesday
360-374-2531 • ForksWA.com
Music in the Park:
July–Aug, every Tuesday • Sequim
James Ctr. for the Performing Arts, north
of Carrie Blake Park • 360-683-4139
Outdoor Music Concert Series:
June–Sept • Sequim Library • NOLS.org
Concerts on the Pier:
June–Aug, every Wednesday
Port Angeles City Pier • 6 PM–8 PM
PortAngeles.org
Concerts on the Dock: July–Aug,
every Thursday • Pope Marine Visitor
Plaza, Port Townsend • 5:30–8:30 PM
Music in the Park:
July–Aug, every Thursday
Post Office Park, Shelton • 6 PM
360-426-2021 • ExploreHoodCanal.com
Olympic Music Festival:
June–Sept, Sat–Sun • Quilcene • 360732-4800 • OlympicMusicFestival.org
ALL SUMMER (cont’)
West End Thunder Drag Races:
June–Sept, one weekend/mo
Forks Airport • 360-374-6696
WestEndThunder.com for exact dates
Art Ranger Tour: June–Sept • Port
Angeles Fine Arts Ctr • Every 1st Sat at
10 AM & 3rd Wed at 10 AM • 360-4174590 or 360-457-3532 • PAFAC.org
Apr 10–12: Olympic Peninsula Bird
Festival • Sequim • 360-681-4076
OlympicBirdFest.org
Apr 11: OAT Run, 12K & Half
Marathon • OatRun.org
Apr 17–19: Fabric of the Forest
Quilt Show • Forks • 360-327-3770
PieceMakersQuiltClub.org
Apr 18–19: Port Angeles Kayak & Film
Festival • PortAngelesKayakandFilm.com
Apr 18–19: RainFest 2015 & Rainforest Arts Center Grand Opening
Downtown Forks • ForksWa.com
Apr 18–19: National Park Free
Admission Days
Apr 22–May 10: Traveler Days
Union • VisitUnion.com
Apr 25: Eagle Festival • Neah Bay
Cmty. Gym & Makah Marina • 360640-2430 • NeahBayWa.com
Apr 25–26: 15th Annual JeffCo EXPO
Jefferson County Fairgrounds • 360385-1013 • JeffCoFairGrounds.com
Apr 25–26: Earth Day Beach Clean Up
Clallam Bay/Sekiu • 360-963-2339
ClallamBay.com
MAY
May 2–10: 120 th Annual Sequim
Irrigation Festival • Sequim • 360-6836197 • IrrigationFestival.com
May 2–3: NW Wine & Cheese Tour
Olympic Peninsula Wineries • 800-7855495 • OlympicPeninsulaWineries.org
May 2–3: Mustang & Cougar Car Show
NorthOlympicMustangs.com
May 3: Annual Kids’ Fishing Day
Forks • Bogachiel Rearing Pond
ForksWa.com
May 9: Hama Hama Oyster Rama
Lilliwaup • 888-877-5844
HamaHamaOyster.com
May 9–17: 80 th Annual Rhododendron Festival • Port Townsend
RhodyFestival.org
May 15–17: Bluegrass from the Forest
Shelton High School • 360-426-1782
BluegrassFromTheForest.com
JANUARY
Jan 2: WhoDunnit? • Downtown
Sequim • SequimChamber.com
Jan 19: Nat’l Park Free Admission Day
Jan 23–24: Annual Strange Brewfest
Port Townsend • StrangeBrewFestPT.com
Jan 24: Snowgrass 2015 • Bluegrass
concert • Port Angeles H.S. Auditorium
360-457-8355 • FirstStepFamily.org
FEBRUARY
Feb 7–8 & 14–15: Red Wine &
Chocolate • Olympic Peninsula
Wineries • 800-785-5495
OlympicPeninsulaWineries.org
Feb 14–16: National Park Free
Admission Days
MARCH
Mar 20–22: Victorian Heritage Festival
Port Townsend and Fort Worden
206-799-5069 • VictorianFestival.org
Mar 21–22: Gala Garden Show
Sequim Boys & Girls Club • SISequim.org
Mar 21–22: 5th Annual Rock,
Gem & Jewelry Show • Port Angeles
Vern Burton Cmty. Ctr. • 360-417-4550
Mar 21–22: Quillayute Valley
Scholarship Auction • Forks High
School Commons • ForksWA.com
Mar 29: Centrum Chamber Music
Fort Worden, Port Townsend • 360385-3102 ext. 120 • Centrum.org
Mar/Apr TBA: Welcoming the Whales
Ceremony • La Push
APRIL 
Apr 5–6: Shelton Old Time Fiddle Fest
Shelton • 360-426-2021
SheltonFiddleFest.com
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May 16: Kid’s Fishing Day • Sequim
Water reuse Demonstration Site
SequimWA.gov
May 17: 37th Annual Rhody Run
Port Townsend • RhodyRun.com
May 22–25: 21st Annual Juan de Fuca
Festival of the Arts • Port Angeles • Dan
Maguire, 360-457-5411 • JFFA.org
May 23: Olympic Art Festival
Quilcene • OlympicArtGallery.com/
FESTIVAL.html
May 23–24: 10 th Annual Halibut Derby
Port Angeles • PortAngeles.org
May 24: Tractor Days • Nordland
May 23–24: Shrimpfest • Brinnon
EmeraldTowns.org/shrimpfest
May 25: 10 th Annual Sekiu Fly-In
Sekiu • 360-963-2339 • Sekiu.com
May 28–31: Mason County Forest
Festival • Shelton • 360-426-9333
MasonCountyForestFestival.org
May 29–31: 4th Annual Brass
Screw Confederacy—Steampunk
Hootenanny • Port Townsend
360-385-6753 • Brass-Screw.org
JUNE
June TBA: Clallam Bay/Sekiu Fishing
Derby 360-963-2339 • Sekiu.com
June 4: Race to Alaska Kickoff
RacetoAlaska.com
June 7: North Olympic Discovery
Marathon • Sequim to Port Angeles
Olympic Discovery Trail • Larry Little,
360-417-1301 • NODM.com
June 27: Quinault Rain Forest
Bike Ride • 800-562-6672
QuinaultRainForest.com
June 28–July 5: Festival of American
Fiddle Tunes • Centrum, Fort Worden
State Park • 360-385-3102
Centrum.org
June 28: Mason County Historical Car
Show • Shelton • 360-426-1020
MasonCountyHistoricalSociety.org
June TBA: Clallam County Master
Gardeners’ Garden Tour • ext100.WSU.
edu/Clallam/Gardening/mg/
For a complete list of 100th Anniversary Events, visit OlympicPeninsula.org
JULY
For a complete list of 4th of July
Events, visit OlympicPeninsula.org
July 3–4: Celebrate Hoodsport • 360877-2021 • ExploreHoodCanal.com
July 10–12: 34th Annual Clallam Bay
& Sekiu Fun Days • Sekiu/Clallam Bay
360-963-2339 • Sekiu.com
July 16: Bite of Mason County and
Business Expo• Shelton • 360-4262021 • SheltonChamber.org/Expo
July 17–19: Sequim Lavender Weekend: Home of the Sequim Lavender
Festival® and Sequim Lavender Farm
Tour & Fair™ • VisitSunnySequim.com
July 17–18: Puffin Marine Cruise
Sequim, John Wayne Marina
DungenessRiverCenter.org
July 17–19: Quileute Days
La Push • 360-374-5091
QuileuteNation.org
July 17–19: Sunbonnet Sue Quilt
Show & Display • Sequim Middle School
Gym • SunbonnetSueQuiltClub.org
July 18–19: Allyn Days & Geoduck
Festival • Allyn • 360-877-2021
ExploreHoodCanal.com
July 19–26: Jazz Port Townsend
Centrum, Fort Worden State Park
360-385-3102 • Centrum.org
July 23–26: Mason Area Fair &
Rodeo • Shelton • 360-482-2789
MasonAreaFair.org
July 24–26: All Breed Dog Shows,
Obedience & Rally Trials • Hurricane
Ridge Kennel Club • Sequim High
School Field • HRKC.org
July 24–26: Port Ludlow Festival by
the Bay • PLFest.org
July 25: American Sprint Boat Race
Port Angeles, Extreme Sports Park
ExtremeSportsPark.net
July 27: Grapeview Water & Art
Festival • Grapeview • 360-877-2021
GrapeviewWA.com
July 26–Aug 2: Blues Festival
Centrum, Fort Worden State Park
360-385-3102 • Centrum.org
AUGUST
Aug TBA: Quilcene Historical Museum
Annual Wine, Beer, & Cider Tasting
Gala • QuilceneMuseum.org
Aug 1: 33 rd Annual Joyce Daze
Wild Blackberry Festival • Joyce
JoyceWa.com
Aug 1–2: Tour de Lavender • Sequim
TourdeLavender.WordPress.com
Aug 2: Ride the Hurricane • Hurricane
Ridge Road, Port Angeles • 7AM–Noon
360-452-2363 • PortAngeles.org
Aug 8: Taste of Hood Canal
Belfair • 360-275-6885
TasteOfHoodCanal.com
Aug 14–16: Rainforest Run
Motorcycle Rally • Forks
RainforestRun.com
Aug 14–16: 79 th Annual Jefferson
County Fair • Jefferson County Fairgrounds • 10 AM • 360-385-1013
JeffCoFairGrounds.com
Aug 15: Uptown Street Fair & Parade
Port Townsend Main Street Program
360-385-7911 • PTMainStreet.org
Aug 15: Kiwanis Classic Car Show
Port-Townsend.KiwanisOne.org/
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Aug 20–23: Clallam County Fair
Clallam County Fairgrounds
360-417-2551
ClallamCountyFair.com
Aug 21–23: MoonFest • Quilcene
MoonFest2015.com
Aug 22: American Sprint Boat Race
Port Angeles, Extreme Sports Park
ExtremeSportsPark.net
Aug TBA: Heritage Weekend
360-452-2363 • PortAngeles.org
Aug 22–23: 17th Annual Artists’
Studio Tour • ArtPortTownsend.org
Aug 22–24: Makah Days • Neah Bay
360-645-3101 • Makah.com
Aug 25: Nat’l Park Free Admission Day
Aug 30: Port Townsend Main Street,
30th Anniversary Celebration
360-385-7911 • PTMainStreet.org
Aug 29–30: 3rd Annual Olympic Peninsula Air Affair • Sequim • 360-4613950 • OlympicPeninsulaAirAffaire.com
SEPTEMBER
Sept TBA: Clallam Bay/Sekiu Fishing
Derby 360-963-2339 • Sekiu.com
Sept 4–6: Hood Canal Highland Celtic
Festival • Belfair State Park • 360-2754935 • HoodCanalScots.org
Sept 6–13: Paint the Peninsula Plein
Air Event • Peninsula-wide • 360-4573532 • PaintThePeninsula.org
Sept 10–13: Stephenie Meyer Day
& Bella’s Birthday • Forks • ForksWa.com/
StephenieMeyerDay
Sept 11–13: 39 th Annual Wooden
Boat Festival • Port Townsend
360-385-3628 • WoodenBoat.org
Sept 12: Great Strait Sale • 61-mile
event along Hwy 112 • 360-457-1424
Highway112.org/sale.asp
Sept 19: Quilcene Fair, Parade &
Classic Car Show • 360-765-4999
QuilceneFair.com
Sept 19: GOAT Run, Full & Half
Marathon • GreatOatRun.org
Sept 19–20: 13th Annual WSU Farm
Tour • Jefferson County Farms • 360379-5610 • WSUfarmtour.com
Sept 25–27: 16th Annual Port
Townsend Film Festival • Port
Townsend • 360-379-1333
PTfilmfest.com
Sept 25–26: Dungeness River Festival
Sequim, Railroad Bridge Park • 360681-4076 • DungenessRiverCenter.org
Sept 26: Nat’l Park Free Admission Day
Sept 26: Quilcene HalfMarathon, 10K & 5K Runs
QuilceneHalfMarathon.com
OCTOBER 
Oct 1–31: PumpkinFest
Union • VisitUnion.com
Oct 2–4: N. Olympic Fiber Arts Festival
Sequim • FiberArtsFestival.org
Oct 2–4: 33 rd Annual Kinetic
Skulpture Race • Port Townsend
360-379-4972 • 360-385-7306
PTKineticRace.org
Oct 3–4: W. Coast Oyster Shucking
Championship & WA State Seafood
Festival • Shelton • OysterFest.org
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Oct 3–4: Last Chance Salmon Derby
La Push • 360-374-2531
ForksWA.com/SalmonDerby
Oct 7–10: Hickory Shirt Heritage Days
Forks • ForksWa.com
Oct 9–11: Dungeness Crab &
Seafood Festival • Port Angeles
Waterfront • 360-452-6300
CrabFestival.org
Oct 16–18: Rain Forest Mushroom
Festival • Lake Quinault Lodge • 360288-2900 • OlympicNationalParks.com
Oct TBA: Int’l Forest Storytelling
Festival • Port Angeles, Peninsula
College • 360-417-5031
DancingLeaves.com/storypeople
Oct 24–25: 7th Annual Halloween
Carnival • Fort Flagler State Park
Facebook.com/
FortFlaglerHalloweenCarnival
Oct 31: Pumpkin Fest Catapult Contest
Union • VisitUnion.com
NOVEMBER
Nov TBA: Harvest Wine Tour
Olympic Peninsula Wineries
OlympicPeninsulaWineries.org
Nov 7–8: 10th Annual Woodworkers Show • Port Townsend
PTWoodSchool.org
Nov 11: Nat’l Park Free Admission Day
DECEMBER
For a complete list of Holiday Events,
visit OlympicPeninsula.org
Dec 14: Christmas Bird Count
Sequim, Dungeness River Audubon
Center • 360-681-4076
OlympicPeninsulaAudubon.org
Dec 31: First Night, New Year’s
Eve Community Celebration
540 Water St., Port Townsend
360-385-1003 • JCHSmuseum.org
Take a Magical Misty Tour
If you are driving the “Loop” or
simply scouting for waterfalls,
the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall
Trail offers year-round adventure and dramatic beauty. Any
season is good for exploring. In Rocky Brook Falls
the spring, with snowmelt and
spring showers, water roars down the rivers and over the falls.
In the summer warmth, find a cool pool at the base of falls to
dangle your feet. Fall is a good time to scout waterfalls among
the colorful leaves falling and covering the ground. If you are
very careful during the ice and snow and can make it to one of
the falls, you might encounter a total fairyland world of icicles
and frost. All seasons are photogenic. Share them on the waterfall website. Visit OlympicPeninsulaWaterfallTrail.com. On
the website you’ll find the following resources:
Lake Quinault
Neah Bay
Sekiu
Clallam Bay
Highway 101
112
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creates a natural,
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scenic driving loop
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101
around the Olympic
Olympic National Park
Peninsula. If you
begin and end in
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Seattle, Tacoma or
Edmonds, Washington, approximately
350 miles will take
you around the
Peninsula through
a Victorian seaport, rolling fields of lavender, along the majestic
Olympic Mountains and spectacular ocean beaches, and through
a lush, temperate rain forest. Give yourself plenty of time to
explore along the way. Overnight stays are encouraged to best
experience the Olympic Peninsula.
String together your favorite things to do. Stopping at quilt
shops, gardens, beer or cider tastings, golf courses? No problem!
Like to explore lighthouses? Birding locations? Old military forts?
You’ll find them, too, and a lot more.
For example, follow the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail
or the Olympic Culinary Loop around the Peninsula. With these
ideas in your itinerary, you’ll get off the beaten path to experience what locals see and treasure. There are eight lighthouses
around the “loop”. From Point Wilson Lighthouse in Port
Townsend to the lighthouse in Gray’s Harbor, these locations are
part of the history and current life on the Olympic Peninsula. If
you are interested in rainforests, drive the 31-mile Quinault Rain
Forest “Loop”. With waterfalls, gigantic trees and spectacular
views of Lake Quinault, this loop is worth the two hours or so
you’ll need to complete it.
Joyce
Lake
Crescent
La Push
Port
Angeles
Port
Townsend
Sequim
Gardiner
Marrowstone Is.
Port
Hadlock
Port
Ludlow
Forks
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Quilcene
3
Brinnon
Seattle
Kalaloch
Lake
Quinault
To Shelton
Mason Cty
Olympia
• An overview map
• Photographs of each waterfall
• Location information including GPS
• Detailed travel instructions
• Important notes to help you enjoy your experience
• Helpful contact information
• A place to comment and upload your photographs
• Individual maps of each waterfall
Average Temperature & Rainfall
Hi/Lo (oF)Inches
Brinnon
70/30
50"
Clallam Bay/Sekiu 65/35
85"
Forks
70/41 120"
78/31 100"
Hoodsport
70/35
99"
Neah Bay
70/40
25"
Port Angeles
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Hi/Lo (oF)Inches
Port Ludlow
70/35
19”
Port Townsend
70/40
18"
Quilcene
70/30
43"
71/33 120"
Quinault
75/40
16"
Sequim
77/33
62"
Shelton
Photo: Lani Doely
Photo: Courtesy of OPVB
Drive the “Loop”
Restaurants feature what’s fresh and local
Culinary lavender
Photo: Kathy Gehrt
Photo: Courtesy of OlympicAquaFarms.com
Olympic Coast Cuisine
Local & Delicious
Beneath the waters of our puzzle-like shorelines are shellfish
beds where oysters, shrimp, geoduck, clams and all manner of
delicacies thrive. Our glacier-turned soils are great for growing,
and our climate is mild year round. Beef and milk cows, apiaries, lavender farms, berries, tree fruits and even hops are grown
on the Peninsula. Local bakeries grind local grains, dairy farms
supply the creameries and we get to reap the benefits.
Celebrate! More events on pages 24–25
Celebrate the Olympic Peninsula’s culinary abundance…
Feb 7–15: Olympic Peninsula Wineries’ Red Wine & Chocolate Tour
May 2–3: Olympic Peninsula Wineries’ NW Wine & Cheese Tour
May 9: Hama Hama Oyster Rama, Lilliwaup
May 23–24: Shrimpfest, Brinnon
June 11: Taste of Port Townsend
July 16: Bite of Mason County
July 18-19: Allyn Days & Geoduck Festival
Aug 1: Annual Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival
Aug 8: Taste of Hood Canal, Belfair
Sept 19–20: WSU Farm Tour, Jefferson County Farms
Oct 1–31: PumpkinFest, Union
Oct 3–4: West Coast Oyster Shucking Championship &
WA State Seafood Festival, Shelton
Oct 9–11: Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival, Port Angeles
Oct 16–18: Rain forest Mushroom Festival, Lake Quinault Lodge
Nov TBA: Olympic Peninsula Wineries’ Harvest Wine Tour
Be a Culinary Adventurer!
Take your taste buds on tour with you as you enjoy the Olympic
Peninsula. Savor chef’s offerings, do a little foraging, take in a
culinary event. Download your Olympic Culinary Adventure map
featuring dozens of destinations for authentic farm-to-table experiences, locally crafted beverages, farms and producers at: • OlympicCulinaryLoop.com
• Facebook.com/OlympicCulinaryLoop
Farmers’ Markets
Enjoy the local bounty at the seasonal Farmers’ Markets. It’s a
weekly celebration with live music, and colorful stands of fresh
fruit, veggies, flowers and handcrafted wares.
Belfair Farmers Market: May–Sept. • Theler Center Parking Lot,
Belfair • BelfairFarmersMarket.org
Chimacum Farmers Market: May–Oct. • 9122 Rhody Dr.
JeffersonCountyFarmersMarket.org
Forks Open Aire Market: Mid-May to Mid-Oct. • 1421 S. Forks
Ave. • 360-327-3877
Harstine Island Farmers Market: May–Sept.
Facebook.com/HarstineIslandFarmersMarket
Port Angeles Farmers Market: Sat., year round • Wed., June–
Sept. Downtown at Gateway Transit Ctr. • PortAngelesFarmersMarket.com
Port Townsend Farmers Market: Sat., Apr.–Nov. • Uptown on
Tyler St. • Wed., June–Sept. • Polk & Lawrence
JeffersonCountyFarmersMarket.org
Quilcene Farmers Market: Apr.–Sept. at Hwy. 101 & Center
360-621-3721
Sequim Farmers Market: May–Dec. at 2nd & Cedar St.
SequimMarket.com
Shelton Farmers Market: May–Sept. on Franklin St.
SheltonFarmersMarket.com
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Special Interest Travel
A mild climate and small crowds make golfing a year-round activity:
Port Angeles: Semi-private Peninsula Golf Course and Par 3
links course at Salt Creek
Port Townsend public courses: Discovery Bay & PT Golf Course
Sequim: Cedars at Dungeness (with its famous crab-shaped sand
trap), Sunland Golf & Country Club, and Sky Ridge
Shelton: Salish Cliffs Golf Course, award winning pro course
The Resort At Port Ludlow: Championship course
Union: Alderbrook Golf, rated a top 25 course in the Northwest
Golf Course in Port Ludlow
Elk Herd
Water Adventures
Kayaking/Canoeing/SUP/River Rafting/Surfing: Olympic
Photo: Jean Wyatt
Peninsula has many lakes, rivers and shorelines that offer fresh
and saltwater opportunities for water adventures. La Push’s First
Beach and Neah Bay’s Hobuck Beach are popular spots for surfing. Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is being embraced on Lake Crescent
and the sandy beaches of Crescent Bay and Salt Creek Recreation
Area. Kayakers will find Hood Canal’s shores ideal for endless exploring, as are the inland waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca from
Port Townsend to Neah Bay. Freshwater Bay, west of Port Angeles,
and protected Dungeness Bay, north of Sequim, are both favorite places for water activity and observing a variety of birds and
sea life. Sequim Bay, Port Angeles Harbor and Clallam Bay are
all favorites of small craft enthusiasts, as are area lakes. Rivers,
including the Hoh, Quillayute, Sol Duc and Elwha, are popular for
rafting and kayaking.
Diving: Surrounded on three sides by water, the Olympic
Peninsula has some of the best diving on the West Coast. For
freshwater diving, try Lake Crescent and Lake Ozette. There are
many locations around the coast of the Peninsula that offer diving
and marine services. Some of the area’s waters, such as the open
coastal waters of the National Marine Sanctuary, are suitable only
for advanced divers. Diving in Hood Canal is world renowned for
its clarity in the off-season.
Olympic National Park Visitor Center has information on indigenous species, and safety information about the animals you don’t
want to see up close, such as black bear, bobcats and cougar.
Hiker’s Paradise
Trails vary widely, from strolling on nature trails to climbing
rock faces in the high mountains. The Peninsula has over 900
miles of trails, many that can be enjoyed year round. As you explore the trails and visit the scenic backcountry and wilderness,
please be considerate and leave no trace of your passing. Hikers
with dogs might want to consider Forest Service trails as fourlegged friends can find off-leash freedom.
Sailing/Marinas
Waterways of the newly designated Salish Sea are a mariner’s
dream. The Strait of Juan de Fuca to the north is a challenging and
exhilarating sailing experience. Marinas for ocean fishing include
world-renowned Sekiu, Clallam Bay, Neah Bay and La Push for
spectacular catches. Along the Strait, Port Angeles Harbor and Sequim Bay offer protection for small craft and moorage. The Hood
Canal is a glacial fjord with many secluded coves and beaches.
Hope Island Park, located near Shelton, can be reached only by
boat. The Quilcene Boat Haven and two Pleasant Harbor marinas
can be found on Hood Canal. Several other marinas offer public
moorage in Port Townsend, Port Hadlock and Port Ludlow.
Wildlife Viewing
The Olympic Peninsula is one of the best places on the globe to
view diverse wildlife at close proximity. Black-tailed deer inhabit
the hills and lowlands and are frequently seen throughout the
region. Likewise, eagles and raptors such as falcons and hawks
populate many areas on the Peninsula. In the fall, spawning season
brings different species of salmon into the rivers and streams. In
Olympic National Park, mountain goats live in the higher altitudes,
while Roosevelt elk roam in the lower areas and move in and out
of the Park boundaries. You may also see an elusive marmot or a
fisher, a species that was re-introduced into the Park in 2008. The
Photo: Courtesy of the Northwest Maritime Center
Golfing
Fishing & Foraging
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Strait of Juan de Fuca and
Hood Canal, the fishing possibilities are endless. Some of the best
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Hoh River Steelhead
river fishing in the world can be found on the Bogachiel, Hoh and
Sol Duc Rivers. Good lake fishing can be found across the peninsula, although regulations vary.
Clallam Bay and Sekiu have been an ocean fishing mecca for
decades, as are La Push and Neah Bay. Many charters sail out of
these harbors. Hood Canal, especially near Quilcene and Brinnon,
is famous for its shellfish. The Olympic Peninsula is home of the
prized Dungeness crab, celebrated annually during the Dungeness
Crab & Seafood Festival in Port Angeles.
Shelton is the world’s largest shellfish exporter and hosts the
annual OysterFest that includes the West Coast Oyster Shucking
Championships which is Washington State’s official seafood festival.
Ozette Beach
Birding
Bird enthusiasts come to the
Olympic Peninsula from around
the world to study the more than
200 species of birds, including bald
eagles, marbled murrelets, brants,
falcons, dippers, widgeons and
many more. Popular viewing areas American Goldfinch
include Cape Flattery, Neah Bay and
Hwy 112, the Port Angeles Waterfront and Ediz Hook, the upper
waters of Dungeness and Gray Wolf Rivers in Olympic National
Forest, Olympic National Park at Hurricane Ridge, Marrowstone
Island east of Port Townsend and Dungeness Spit. At the Dungeness River Audubon Center at Railroad Bridge Park there is an
8:30am, year-round, Wednesday morning bird walk. Visit
DungenessRiverCenter.org for more information.
Protection Island at the head of Discovery Bay provides
nesting habitat to 70% of Puget Sound’s seabird population. Bald
eagles, harbor seals and deer from the mainland also feed and
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breed here. Though no access to the island is permitted, several
companies offer boat tours for viewing of this 364-acre site.
Near Belfair on South Hood Canal, the Theler Wetlands covers
some 75 acres, and an agreement with Washington Department
of Fish and Wildlife expands the Trail system to 135 acres, where
guided bird walks are offered monthly.
Casinos
There are four casinos on the Peninsula:
The Elwha River Casino, located about 15 minutes west of
Port Angeles, has over 100 electronic slot machines.
The Jamestown S’Klallam tribe operates Seven Cedars Casino
on Hwy 101 at Blyn, five miles east of Sequim. Be sure to take an
up-close look at the symbolic totem poles on the property.
Little Creek Casino Resort, five minutes south of Shelton, is
owned and operated by the Squaxin Island Tribe and offers a
newly expanded lodging facility with pool, sauna and on-site spa.
Skokomish Nation offers a more intimate gaming experience
at the Lucky Dog Casino in Hoodsport.
Photo: Debbie Preston
The 2,408 square nautical miles of protected marine waters off the
rugged Olympic Peninsula coastline is home to an abundance of
marine mammals and seabirds. It extends 25 to 50 miles seaward,
covering much of the continental shelf and several major submarine
canyons. Along its shores are thriving kelp and intertidal communities, teeming with fishes and other sea life. In the darkness of the
seafloor, scattered communities of deep sea coral and sponges form
habitats for fish and other important marine wildlife.
Visit Olympic Coast Discovery Center in Port Angeles to launch
your journey of discovery to the wild Olympic Coast. FREE admission.
Open daily 10am – 5pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Open weekends only 10am -5pm September through mid-October.
To schedule a tour in the off-season, please make an appointment in
advance: 360-457-6622, ext. 31.
Photo: Sue Chickman
Photo: Bill Roney
Olympic Coast Marine Sanctuary
Cycling & Specialty Touring
Photo: Dave Logan
Photo: InsideOut Solutions, Inc.
Biking on Hurricane Ridge
Touring the Olympic Peninsula
• Olympic Bike Adventure: options for 10, 25, and 60 miles.
Visit OlympicBikeAdventure.com for more information
• Adventure Route: 25 miles of groomed single and double
track trails
• Tour de Lavender: showcasing lavender farms of SequimDungeness Valley
Vintage, classic, Harley or Honda, whatever your style, US Hwy
101 encircling the Olympic Peninsula is an exhilarating ride! The
61-mile road (Hwy 101 N) along the glacier-carved fjord of Hood
Canal passes through tidal areas and parks. Plus great routes
spoke off Hwy 101 for side trips…
•Hwy 112, one of the newest Scenic Byways hugs the coast with
plenty of pullouts to stop and scout for whales.
•Hwy 20 and 101 around Port Townsend to Discovery Bay and
Fort Flagler State Park.
•Hwy 101 along Hood Canal. Find oysters or buckets of clams
along the way.
•Take the road to Mt. Walker for near-perfect panoramic view of
the Cascade Mountains.
•Old Olympic Highway near Sequim winds through u-pick farms
and lavender fields.
•Don’t miss the ride up to Hurricane Ridge, Sol Duc Hot Springs
and the Hoh Rainforest.
More Cycling Options: In addition to the ODT, cyclists will find
RVing & Camping
system that will
eventually connect Port
Townsend to La Push
via railroad right-of-way, public roads and trails. The trail grows
as sections are completed. Suitable for all non-motorized traffic,
including equestrians in most places.
OlympicDiscoveryTrail.com
Events on the Olympic Discovery Trail:
all kinds of terrain, from rugged mountain biking to relaxing
family rides.
Hood Canal & Mason County have an abundance of cycling
trails. Try the 90-mile Southwest County Loop. Or, for a shorter
ride, the Grapeview Loop Road is 7.8 miles.
Ride the Hurricane: This is a unique event that allows cyclists
a vehicle-free, recreational bike ride up the 12 miles of road to
Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park, considered one of the
premier cycling uphill rides in the country.
PortAngeles.org/pages/RideTheHurricane/
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The RVing is well supported by an
abundance of RV parks and campgrounds. Olympic National Park has
12 campgrounds that will accommodate RVs and the National Forest has
11. Numerous private campgrounds
can be found throughout the region
with different levels of amenities.
Most are open year round. For a
guide to RV parks, see pages 37–39.
Between federal, state, county, city, and private campgrounds, visitors can take their pick of a variety camping
experiences.
Photo: Courtesy InsideOut Solutions, Inc.
Cycling
Olympic Discovery
Trail (ODT): A trail
Quinault / amanda park
Cottage Peaks/Cottage Cove • 106/108 Shari Ln, Amanda Park 98526 • 360-580-4908 • 360-288-2205 • LakeQuinaultVacationHomes.com
Lake Quinault Lodge • 345 S Shore Rd, Quinault 98575 • 360-288-2900 • 888-896-3818 • OlympicNationalParks.com
Lochaerie Resort • 638 N Shore Rd, Amanda Park 98526 • 360-288-2215 • Lochaerie.com
Quinault River Inn • 8 River Dr, Amanda Park 98526 • 360-288-2237 • 800-410-2237 • QuinaultRiverInn.com
Rain Forest Resort Village • 516 S Shore Rd, Quinault 98575 • 360-288-2535 • 800-255-6936 • RainForestResort.com
Forks / La Push / Beaver
A Cozy River House • Steelhead Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-4046 • 866-543-4166 • ACozyRiverHouse.com
A Cozy River House II • Steelhead Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-4046 • 866-543-4166 • ACozyRiverHouse.com
A River Cabin Retreat • Steelhead Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-780-0578 • ARiverCabinRetreat.com
A River Runs Through It • Forks 98331 • 360-327-3755 • SolDucRiversideCottages.com
Bear Creek Motel & RV Park • 205860 Hwy 101 W, Beaver 98305 • 360- 327-3225 • HungryBearCafeMotel.com
Blue Heron Lodge • 206114 Hwy 101, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-327-3212 • ForksBedAndBreakfast.com
Bogachiel River Vacation Home • Forks 98331 • 360-981-0505 • BogachielRental.com
Bogie Bungalow • Forks 98331 • 360-374-9135 • BogieBungalow.com
Cedar Creek Cabins & the Eagles Nest • 107 Dowans Creek Rd, 7.5 miles south of Forks • 360-374-3259 • ForksLogCabin.com
Dew Drop Inn • 100 Fernhill Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-4055 • 888-433-9376 • DewDropInnMotel.com
Far West Motel • 251 N. Forks Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-5506 Fisherman’s Widow B& B • 62 Steelhead Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-5693 • Fishermans-Widow.com
Forks Motel • 351 S. Forks Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-6243 • 800-544-3416 • ForksMotel.com
Hard Rain Cafe & RV Park • 5763 Upper Hoh Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-9288 • HardRainCafe.com
Huckleberry Lodge Cabins • 1171 Big Pine Way, Forks 98331 • 360-374-4090 • HuckleberryForks.com
Jacob Black’s Vacation Home • 8320 LaPush Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-640-0238 • 360-374-5360 • JacobBlacksHouse.com
Jim’s Cabin Rentals • 1933 Mora Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-2660 • 888-501-5887 • Forks-web.com/jim/lodging.html
Kalaloch Lodge • 157151 Hwy. 101, Forks 98331 • 360-962-2271 • 866-662-9969 • TheKalalochLodge.com
Manitou Lodge • 813 Kilmer Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-6295 • ManitouLodge.com
Mill Creek Inn Hotel/Motel and B&B • 1061 S. Forks Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-5873 • ForksBnB.com
Miller Tree Inn • 654 E. Division St, Forks 98331 • 360-374-6806 • 800-943-6563 • MillerTreeInn.com
Misty Valley Inn • 194894 Hwy. 101 N., Forks 98331 • 360-374-9389 • 877-374-9389 • MistyValleyInn.com
Mountain View Cabin Resort • 252 Maxfield Homestead Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-6486 • TheMountainViewCabins.com
New Moon Breaking Dawn Cottage House • Forks 98331 • 360-640-0184 • 360-374-6781
Olson’s Vacation Cabins • 2423 Mora Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-3142 • OlsonsCabins.com
Olympic Suites Inn • 800 Olympic Dr, Forks 98331 • 360-374-5400 • 800-262-3433 • OlympicSuitesInn.com
Pacific Inn Motel • 352 S. Forks Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-9400• 800-235-7344 • PacificInnMotel.com
Quileute OceanSide Resort • 330 Ocean Dr, LaPush 98350 • 360-374-5267 • 800-487-1267 • QuileuteOceanSide.com
Quillayute River Resort • 473 Mora Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-7447 • QRiverResort.com
Rainforest Hostel • 169312 Hwy. 101, Forks 98331• 360- 374-2270 • RainforestHostel.com
Rhodey Rental • Forks 98331 • 360-461-2278 • VRBO.com/350535
River Inn B & B • 2596 Bogachiel Way, Forks 98331 • 360- 374-6526 • JeffWoodwardSportfishing.com
Shadynook Cottage Guest House • 81 Ash Ave, Forks 98331 • 360- 374-5497 • ShadynookCottage.com
Sol Duc Cabin Fever • 198 Shuwah Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-640-0761 or 360-374-6481 • SolDucCabinFever.com
Sol Duc Riverside Cottages • Forks 98331 • 360-327-3755 or 360-477-9932 • SolDucRiversideCottages.com
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3 85 120 R Sol Duc riverfront
1 250 500 Riverfront
1 111 111 Secluded riverfront
2 130 150 Pvt. river trail, DishTV
22 59 189 Breakfast bar
7 40 100 Super friendly
2 125 135 Private entrances
73 60 158 R Seasonal pool,central
13 20 30 R Rafting & kayaking
4 60 130 Fire pit, RV sites, wi-fi
2 90 250 House/duplex rental
3 99 125 Newly remodeled
65 99 320 R Ocean view, romantic
7 99 179 6+ R Secluded lodge
6 65 200 Fishing charters/cabins
8 115 235 R 1916 farmhouse
4 85 160 12+ Elegance in the mist
4 60 80 R Log cabins for 2-8
1 150 250 Central location
3 90 125 Closest to Rialto Beach
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35 54 189 Twilight rooms
71 29 299 R Oceanfront cabins
5 115 185 Quillayute riverfront
2 6 12 R Shared kitchen/bath
1 100 159 Sleeps 6–8
3 75 95 Private setting
3 115 150 Private cottages
1 89 119 R River access
3 135 215 Riverfront
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The Cabins at Beaver Creek • 272 Rixon Rd, Sappho 98305 • 360-327-3867 • TheCabinsAtBeaverCreek.com
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Twilight Eclipse Cabin • Forks 98331 • 360-640-0184 • 360-374-6781
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Wolf Den Cabin Rental • 8343 La Push Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-2690 • WolfDenCabinRental.com
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Wood Street Guesthouse • 60 Wood St, Forks 98331 • 360- 640-4469 • WoodStreetGuesthouse.com
Clallam Bay / Sekiu / Neah Bay
A View RV & Cabins • 92 W. Kellogg, Clallam Bay 98326 • 360-640-0686 • ClallamBay.net
Linda’s Woodfired Kitchen & Apocalypto Motel • 1110 Bayview Ave, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-640-4568 • 360-640-2192
Bay Motel • 15562 HWY 112, Sekiu 98381• 360-963-2444 • [email protected]
Bullman Beach Inn • 1663 Hwy 112 W, Sekiu 98381 • 360-645-2306 • BullmanBeach.com
Butler’s Motel • 910 Woodland Ave, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-640-0948 • NeahBayMotel.com
Cape Resort • 1510 Bayview Ave, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-645-2250 • 866-744-9944 • Cape-Resort.com
Carol’s Tyee Motel • 1230 Bayview Ave , Neah Bay 98357 • 360-645-2223
Chito Beach Resort • 7639 Highway 112/Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2581 • ChitoBeach.com
Curley’s Resort and Dive Center • 291 Front St, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2281 • 800-542-9680 • CurleysResort.com
Hobuck Beach Resort & RV • 2726 Makah Passage Rd, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-645-2339 • HobuckBeachResort.com
Lost Resort at Lake Ozette • 20860 Hoko-Ozette Rd, Lake Ozette 98326 • 360-963-2899 • 800-950-2899 • LostResort.net
Middle Point Inn • 15526 Hwy 112, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2788 • [email protected]
Olson’s Resort, Inc. (& RV) • 444 Front St, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2311 • Olsons-Resort.com
Snow Creek Fishing Resort • Hwy 112 at MP 691, Neah Bay 98357• 360-645-2284 • 800-883-1464 • SnowCreekWa.com
Straitside Resort • 241 Front St, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2100 • StraitsideResort.com
The Inn at Neah Bay • 1562 Hwy 112, Sekiu 98381 • 360-374-2225 • TheInnAtNeahBay.com
Van Riper’s Resort and RV • 280 Front St, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2334 • 888-462-0803 • VanRipersResort.com
Winter Summer Inn B&B • 16651 Hwy 112, Clallam Bay 98326 • 360-963-2264 • WinterSummerInn.com
Joyce / Port Angeles / Sequim
A Hidden Haven • Port Angeles 98363 • 360-452-2719 • AHiddenHaven.com
Action Property Management • 720 E Washington, Sequim 98382 • 360-681-4737 • SunnySequim.com (call for info)
Aircrest Motel • 1006 E Front St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-9255 • Aircrest.com
All Aboard Caboose • 434 Bear Creek Estates Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-5864 • AllAboardCabooseInn.com
All View Motel • 214 E Lauridsen, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-7779 • 888-457-7779 • AllViewMotel.com
At Home/A La Maison • 240 Motor Ave, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-461-6484 • AtHome-PortAngeles.com
Beach Garden Cottage • 1052 Jamestown Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-2585 • BeachGardenCottage.com
Bond Ranch Retreat • 1405 Hooker Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-461-2156 • BondRanchRetreat.com
Brigadoon/Sequim Vacation Rentals • 4861 Sequim-Dungeness Way, Sequim • 800-879-8859 • SequimValley.com
Brigadoon Vacation Rentals, Inc. • Sequim 98382 • 360-683-2255 • 800-397-2256 • SequimRentals.com
Cedarbrook Sea View Vacation Rentals • 1345 S Sequim Ave, Sequim 98382 • 800-470-8423 • CedarbrookLavender.com
Chez ZigZag • 204 West 2nd St Port Angeles 98362 • 360-504-2929 • PortAngelesVacationRental.net 32
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6 55 75 1 block from bay
10 88 110 R Woods setting
15 75 155 fee Across from marina
6 125 160 16+ Cozy beach cabins
20 50 100 Located on straits
26 110 200 R Oceanfront cabins
3 75 90 Private, secluded
1 135 200 16+ Strait view home
29 65 175 Located on Strait
8 85 115 R Whale watching
7 69 165 Romantic & charming
4 90 160 12+ Along the strait
16 70 180 On the water
4 75 140 12+ J Strait & river view
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Clark’s Chamber Bed & Breakfast • 322 Clark Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4431 • Olypen.com/clacha
Colette’s Bed & Breakfast • 339 Finn Hall Rd, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-9197 • Colettes.com
Days Inn • 1510 E Front St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-4015 • DaysInn.com
Days Inn & Suites Sequim • 1095 E. Washington, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-1775 • DaysInn.com
Discovery Lodging • 345 Heron Cove Rd, P A 98363 • 877-337-9090 • DiscoveryLodging.com
Discovery View Cottage • 71 Bluff Rd, Sequim, 98382 • 360-681-0550 • Home.Earthlink.net/~lucybailey
Domaine Madeleine Bed & Breakfast • 146 Wildflower Ln, PA 98362 • 457-4174 • 888-811-8376 • DomaineMadeleine.com
Dungeness Barn House Bed Breakfast • 42 Marine Dr, Sequim 98382 • 360-582-1663 • DungenessBarnhouse.com
Dungeness Bay Cottages • 140 Marine Dr, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-3013 • 888-683-3013 • DungenessBay.com
Dungeness Beach Retreat • Sequim 98382 • 888-409-7760 • DungenessBeachRetreat.com
Econo Lodge of Sequim • 801 E. Washington, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-7113 • SequimEconolodge.com
Eden by the Sea B & B • 1027 Finn Hall Rd, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-6021 • EdenByTheSea.net
Elwha Ranch Bed & Bath • 905 Herrick Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-457-6540 • ElwhaRanch.com
Fairmount Motel • 1137 Hwy 101 W, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-452-1627
Fernhaven Cottage • Port Angeles 98363 • 360-461-6484 • FernhavenCottage.com
Fern Hollow • 1195 Taylor Cutoff, Sequim 98382 • 360-504-2323 • FernHollowVenue.com
Five SeaSuns Bed & Breakfast • 1006 S Lincoln St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-8248 • 800-708-0777 • SeaSuns.com
Flagstone Motel • 415 E First St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-9494 • 888-304-3465 • FlagstoneMotel.net
George Washington Inn • 939 Finn Hall Rd, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-5207 • GeorgeWashingtonInn.com
GreenHouse Inn by the Bay • 630 Marine Dr, Sequim 98382 • 360-504-2489 • GreenHouseByTheBay.com
Hiker’s Delight • Wasankari Rd, Port Angeles 98383 • 360-531-0199 • VRBO.com/405369
Hillside Haven • 1276 Atterberry Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-1580 • Hillside-Haven.com
Holiday Inn Express Suites & Conference Ctr. • 1441 E. Washington, Sequim • 360-681-8756 • hieSequim.com
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•• • •Historic farm
5 150 395 •• •• Oceanfront 10 acres
109 69 199 •• • • • • • Centrally located
60 69 159 • • • • •• • Quiet & tranquil
6 150 500 • • • • • • Waterfront property
2 69150 •• R R Water & beach view
5 150310 • •• Romantic gardens
2 155 195 • • R R • Waterfront setting
6 185 215 •• Kitchen, private beach
1 175 300 •• R Beachfront
43 60 169 • •free R • Mini-golf
4 160 195 • • • 16 Spectacular views
3 110 165 • • Glacier mountain view
13 59 99 ••• By airport
2 65 135 • • • Peaceful country setting
10 350 450 • • • R • Private estate
5 125 169 • • R • Water/mountain views
45 45 139 ••• • Economy hotel
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Indian Valley Motel • 235471 Highway 101 West, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-3266 • GrannysCafe.net
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1 179 225 • • • • • • Beach elegance
1 3001500 • Private lake cabin
52 115 287 •• R • Historic lodge
1 100 100 •10 Fully furnished, patio
27 65 160 • • • R Rustic family resort
5 189 469 • • • R R • • Romantic fireplace suites
7 75 175 • • R R 1905 restored Victorian
1 225 275 • Lavender farm & lodging
2 Call Call • •NW native art & culture
6 55 125 Family-oriented
John Wayne’s Waterfront Resort • 2634 W. Sequim Bay Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-681-3853 • JohnWaynesWaterfrontResort.com 9 80189 R Peaceful water views
Juan de Fuca Cottages & Suites • 182 Marine Dr, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4433 • JuanDeFuca.com
Karen’s Guest Cottage • 240 Marine Dr, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4943 • KarensGuestCottages.com Kinderfarm Vacation Rentals • 1074 Hooker Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-7397 • KinderFarm.com
Kiwi West Vacation Rental • 931 W 12th St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-3520 • 888-711-KIWI (5494) • KiwiWest.com
KOA Kampground of Port Angeles/Sequim • 80 O’Brien Rd, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-5916 • PortAngelesKOA.com
La Place Sur La Mer • 2031 Place Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-565-8029 • MagicalBeach.com
Lake Crescent Cabin • Port Angeles 98363 • LakeCrescentCabin.com
Lake Crescent Lodge • 416 Lake Crescent Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-3211 • 888-723-7127
Lightkeeper’s Cottage • 206 Carlsborg Rd, Carlsborg 98324 • 360-681-2055 • TheLightkeepersCottage.com
Log Cabin Resort • 3183 E Beach Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-3325
Lost Mountain Lodge • 303 Sunny View Dr, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-2431 • LostMountainLodge.com
Michael’s Inn • 604 W 8th St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-3027 • PtAngeles.com/michaelsinn
Nelson’s Duckpond & Lavender Farm • 73 Humble Hill Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-681-7727 • NelsonsDuckpond.com
Northwest Manor B&B • 1320 Marie View Dr, PA 98363 • 360-452-5839 • 888-229-7052 • NorthwestManor.com
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Purple Haze Lavender Farm House • 180 Bell Bottom Rd, Sequim 98382 • 888-852-6560 • PurpleHazeLavender.com
Quality Inn & Suites, Sequim • 134 River Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-2800 • SQIS.net
Quality Inn Uptown • 101 E 2nd St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-9434 • 800-858-3812 • QualityInnPortAngeles.com
Red Caboose Getaway Bed & Breakfast • 24 Old Coyote Way, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-7350 • RedCabooseGetaway.com
Red Lion Hotel • 221 N Lincoln St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-9215 • 800-RED-LION • RedLion.com/portangeles
Riverside House • 481 Riverside Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-582-0339
Riverside Retreat • 14 Riverside Rd, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-683-2255 • 800-397-2256 • SequimRentals.com
Riviera Inn • 535 E Front St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-417-3955 • 877-766-8350 • RivieraInn.net
Royal Victorian • 521 E First St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-8400 • 866-452-8401 • RoyalVictorian.net
Sea Cliff Gardens • 397 Monterra Dr, Port Angeles 98362 • 800-880-1332 • SeaCliffGardens.com
Sequim Bay Lodge • 268522 Hwy 101, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-0691 • 800-622-0691 • SequimBayLodge.com
Sequim Valley Vacation Rentals • 131 Wilcox Ln, Sequim 98382 • 800-879-8859 • SequimValley.com
Sequim West Inn • 740 W. Washington, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4144 • 800-528-4527 • SequimWestInn.com
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort • 12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd, PA 98363 • 360-327-3583 • 866-4solduc • VisitSolDuc.com
Sportsmen Motel • 2909 Hwy 101 E, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-6196 • SportsmenMotel.com
Sundowner Motel • 364 W. Washington, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-5532 • 800-325-6966 • SequimSundowner.com
Sunset Marine Resort • 40 Buzzard Ridge Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-591-4303 • SunsetMarineResort.com
Super 8 Motel • 2104 E First St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-8401 • 800-800-8000 • Super8.com
The Downtown Hotel • 101 1/2 E Front St, Port Angeles 98362 • 866-688-8600 • PortAngelesDowntownHotel.com
The Harborview Vacation Rental • Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-6014 • 888-233-9648 • TheHarborview.net
The Lodge Bed and Breakfast • 660 Evergreen Farm Way, Sequim 98382 • 360-681-3100 • LodgeAtSherwood.com
Toad Lily House International Hostel • 105 E 5th St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-797-3797 • ToadLilyHouse.com
Traveler’s Motel • 1133 E First St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-452-2303 • 866-452-2301 • TravelersMotel.net
Whiskey Creek Beach Resort • 1385 Whiskey Creek Beach Rd, Joyce 98343 • 360-928-3489 Willams Manor • 4043 Sequim-Dungeness Way, Sequim 98382 • 360-504-2512 • WilliamsManor-Sequim.com Port Townsend
A Bungalow on the Bluff • 303 Fillmore St, Port Townsend 98368 • 800-385-1238 • PortTownsendGetaway.com
A Garden Cottage • 112 Umitilla Ave, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-643-3210 • GardenCottageGetaway.com
A Suite at the Fountain • 914 Washington St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-643-1370 • FountainSuite.com
Aladdin Motor Inn • 2333 Washington St, PT 98368 • 360-385-3747 • 800-281-3747 • AladdinMotorInnPT.com Ann Starrett Mansion • 744 Clay St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-3205 • 800-321-0644 • StarrettMansion.com
Bartlett House Cottage • 314 Polk Street, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-381-0395 • BartlettHouseCottagePT.com
Belmont, The • 925 Water St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-3007 • TheBelmontPT.com
Big Red Barn • 309 V St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-774-0213 • BigRedBarnGetaway.com
Bishop Victorian Hotel, The • 714 Washington St, PT 98368 • 360-385-6122 • 800-824-4738 • BishopVictorian.com
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Olympic Foothills Lodge • Port Angeles 98363 • 206-407-8039 • OlympicFoothillsLodge.com
Olympic Lodge • 140 Del Guzzi Dr, Pt.. Angeles 98362 • 800-600-2993 • OlympicLodge.com
Olympic View Cabins • 3432 O’Brien Rd, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-7222 • BestofNorthwest.com
Olympic View Inn • 830 W. Washington St, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4195 • OlympicViewInn.com
Pacific Manor • 131 E 1st St, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-912-2868 • [email protected]
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24 59 175 •••Great views
1 245 260 •• • • 2-night minimum
60 90 200 •• • • R • • 2011 Platinum Award
35 85 299 ••• R Convenient location
6 175 210 • •• R • Unique B&B experience
186109 259 • • • • • • • Waterfront location
2 120 125 • • R R • Luxury in the country
1 150250 •10 • Luxury in the country
38 79 169 • •• • • Olympic mt. views
20 49 129 • ••• Clean, comfortable
5 145 265 • • •• Victorian oceanfront
54 55 199 • • • • • • • Quiet forest setting
26 90 350 •• R • Vacation rentals
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33 147 310 • R • • Hot springs in ONP
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32 40 129 •• R Newly refurbished
8 99 300 •• fee R Kayaks, waterfront
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17 45 120 ••European motel
1 160 170 •• Water view & peaceful
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Blue Gull Inn B&B • 1310 Clay St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-379-3241 • 888-700-0205 • BlueGullinn.com
Comfortable Guest Suite • 3122 Haines St, Port Townsend 98368 · 805-801-9657 · AirBnB.com/rooms/1123497
Commanders Beach House • 400 Hudson St, PT 98368 • 360-385-1778 • CommandersBeachHouse.com
Cozy Home • 3253 Haines St, Port Townsend 98368 · 360-385-1173 · AirBnB.com/rooms/460051
Cozy Room Uptown • Garfield St, Port Townsend 98368 · 360-821-1360 · AirBnB.com/rooms/652925
Dell’s Guesthouse at North Beach • 510 56th St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-3783 • [email protected]
Fort Worden State Park Conference Center • 210 Battery Way, PT 98368 • 360-344-4400 • Parks.Wa.gov
Hammond House Cottage • 834 Pierce St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-6269 • HammondHouseCottage.com
Harborside Inn • 330 Benedict St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-7909 • 800-942-5960 • Harborside-Inn.com
Holcomb Hideaway • 1823 Holcomb, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-531-0611 • HomeAway.com/903721
Hubers Inn B&B • 1421 Landes St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-3904 • HubersInn.com
Inn at McCurdy House • 405 Taylor St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-379-4824 • InnAtMcCurdyHouse.com
Inn at Waterfront Place • 632 A Waterfront Place, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-6957 • InnAtWaterfrontPlace.com
Katie’s Kottage • 475 W St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-379-8261 • KatiesKottage.info
Manresa Castle • 7th & Sheridan St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-5750 • 800-732-1281 • ManresaCastle.com
Morgan Hill Getaways • 606 Roosevelt St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-2536 • 888-490-9070 • MorganHillGetaways.com
Old Consulate • 313 Walker, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-6753 • 800-300-6753 • OldConsulate.com
Palace Hotel • 1004 Water St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-0773 • 800-962-0741 • PalaceHotelPT.com
Pilot’s Seaside Cottage • 327 Jackson St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-531-3968• PilotsCottage.com
Port Townsend Inn • 2020 Washington St, PT 98368 • 360-385-2211 • 800-216-4985 • PortTownsendInn.com
Quimper Inn • 1306 Franklin St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-1060 • 800-557-1060 • QuimperInn.com
Rainshadow Tourist Home • 609 58th St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-531-0022 • RainshadowPT.com
Ravenscroft Inn B&B • 533 Quincy St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-205-2147 • 855-290-8840 • RavensCroftInn.com
Sea Loft • 306 Lincoln St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-1626 • VRBO.com/406489
Swan Hotel, The • 222 Monroe St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-1718 • 800-824-4738 • TheSwanHotel.com
Takaki House B&B • 1617 Washington St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-9784 • TakakiHouse.com
The LookOut • 419 Lawrence St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-774-1904 • TheLookoutPT.com
Thornton House B&B • 1132 Garfield St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-6670 • ThorntonHousePT.com
Tides Inn • 1807 Water St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-0595 • 800-822-8696 • Tides-Inn.com
Turtle Island View Room • 333 Fir St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-531-0996 • AirBnB.com/rooms/522201
Washington Hotel • 825 Washington St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-774-0213 • AccommodationsAndMore.com
Water Street Hotel • 635 Water St, PT 98368 • 360-385-5467 • 800-735-9810 • WaterStreetHotelPortTownsend.com
Adelma Beach Cabin • 262 Adelma Beach Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-774-0213 • AdelmaBeach.com
Aerie House • 223 Aerie Ln, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-531-0072 • VacationHomeRentals.com/59266
Alegria Guest House • 4934 SR20, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-379-3695
Amber Lights B&B • 4042 Hastings Ave W, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-390-5712 • AmberLightsBedAndBreakfast.com
An Inn Between • 5825 Old Gardiner Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-379-8125 • AnInnBetween.com
Arcadia West Guest Nest • 389A Arcadia West, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-381-5099 • VRBO.com/268004
A Wolves’ Den • 269 N Jacob Miller Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-316-9174 • Winterchill-Farm.com
Bay Cottage • 4346 S. Discovery Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-2035 • BayCottageGetaway.com
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37 190 510 • • • R • Houses: 1–11 bdrms
1 60 65 •Sauna
63 79 180 • • • • R • • Water view–all rooms
1 150 185 • •• Waterview, ext. hot tub
3 145 220 • • • • R Weekly rates
3 120 175 • •10 • Private, relaxing retreat
1 145 165 •• R Waterfront apartment
1 65 95 •• Garden setting
41 109 229 • • • • R • Full service hotel
2 75 200 • • • • • Uptown views
8 110 225 • • • 14 R Historic mansion
19 59 289 • • • • • Victorian hotel
1 140 220 • • •Nautical setting
36 55 249 • •• R • • Motel near water
4 98 160 • •12 Views, quiet
1 75 75 ••• N. Beach, Fort Worden
8 125 250 • • • 12 R Lg, modern, Uptown
1 105 150 ••Ocean view
13 100 185 •• R 1 • Cozy, seaside
1 100 125 • •• R Gallery, private getaway
1 150 150 • •Private, view, fireplace
3 155 185 • •Hist.Victorian farmhouse
43 59 269 • • • • R • • Water view
1 80 80 • R R Quiet, unbeatable view
4 115 180 ••1890s restored
16 55 175 ••Historic waterfront
6 99 140 14+ Great breakfast
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Beach Cottages on Marrowstone • 10 Beach Dr, Nordland 98358 • 800-871-3077 • BeachCottageGetaway.com
8 90 250 Private beach resort
Beach Getaway on Oak Bay • 101 Oak Rd, Port Hadlock 98339 • 360-437-7791 • BeachGetawayOnOakBay.com
1 150 300 R Beach house
Cabins at Treefrog Woods • 1280 Cape George Rd, PT 98368 • 360-379-0906• PeninsulaSportsman.com
3 125 150 R Private cabins
Cabin on the Canal • Near Pleasnt Harbor Marina, Brinnon 98320 • 206-782-3868 • CabinOnTheCanal.com
1 140 140 Hood Canal beach access
Chevy Chase Beach Cabins • 3710 S. Discovery Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-1270 • ChevyChaseBeachCabins.com
7 110 300 R Private beach
Chimacum Ridge Lodge • 1505 Center Rd, Chimacum 98325 • 877-360-6224 • ChimacumRidgeLodge.com
1 175 175 R R Mountain view
Cottage on Discovery Bay • 4394 Discovery Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-774-0213 • AccommodationsAndMore.com
1 145 145 R View of bay
Cove RV Park & Country Store • 303075 Highway 101, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4723 • CoveRV.com
1 60 60 2-night minimum
Crow’s Nest Cabin • 5073 Flagler Rd, Nordland 98358 • 360-385-4920 • PTGetaways.com
1 125 150 Private beach
Dabob Bay Cottage • 840 Piper Rd, Quilcene 98376 • 360-765-3947 • DabobBayCottage.com
1 115 150 Private beach, boating
Elk Meadows • 3485 Dosewallips Rd, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4886 • ElkMeadowsWa.com
5 105 140 14+Mt view– riverfront
Fairmount Beach House • 1071 Fairmount Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-2480 • VacationHomeRentals.com/41811
1 140 160 R Private beach
Fort Flagler State Park Retreat Center • 10541 Flagler Rd, Nordland 98358 • 360-385-3701 • Parks.Wa.gov
5 91 177 R Can reserve online
Great Escape R&R • Near South Point Road, Port Ludlow 98365 • 206-226-4049 • FishTalesVacationRentals.com
1 275 450 R
Beachfront, sleeps 12
Hadlock Motel • 181 Chimacum Rd, Port Hadlock 98339 • 360-385-3111 • 888-360-3111 • HadlockMotel.com
18 70 100 Heart of Port Hadlock
Harbor House • 309257 Hwy 101, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4064 • 360-951-5366
2 75 100 R Waterfront
Houseboats4Two • 308913 Hwy 101, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-3440 • 800-966-5942 • Houseboats4two.com
4 195 265 Romantic getaway
Kathy’s Place at Discovery Bay • 961 Fairmont Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-344-4218 • VRBO.com/480389
1 100 115 On the beach
Mount Walker Inn • PO Box 144, 61 Maple Grove Rd, Quilcene 98376 • 360-765-3410 • MountWalkerInn.com
12 65 105 fee Peaceful escape
Olympic Vacation Rentals • 57 E Arden St, Port Hadlock 98339 • 360-301-1344 • OlympicVacationRental.weebly.com
3 85 225 Near Port Townsend
Paradise Bay Chalet • 3491 Paradise Bay Rd, Port Ludlow 98365 • 888-399-6533 • BayRental.info
1 50 195 Private beach cabin
Pleasant Harbor Marina House • 308913 Hwy 101, Pleasant Harbor Marina, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4611 • PleasantHarborMarina.com 3 100150 Marina view, quiet
Port Ludlow Vacation Rentals • Admiralty I Condos, Port Ludlow 98365 • 206-992-6036 • PortLudlowVacationRentals.com
2 250 350 Beachfront
Protection Bluff Retreat • 780 McMinn, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-7459 • AirBnB.com/rooms/185295
1 140 190 R
Waterfront, eagles,sunsets
Solstice Farm B&B • 6503 Beaver Valley Rd, Chimacum 98325 • 360-732-0174 • SolsticeFarmStay.com
2 115 115 Working farm
The Resort at Port Ludlow • One Heron Rd, Port Ludlow 98365 • 360-437-7000 • 877-805-0868 • PortLudlowResort.com
45 99 399 R Water view/golf/marina
Triton Cove Beach Home • Brinnon 98320 • 253-820-0243 • TritonCoveBeachHome.com
1 120 260 Peaceful beach retreat
Windermere Vacation Rentals • PO Box 770, Brinnon 98320 • 888-796-3450 • VacationHomesOnHoodCanal.com
12 99 325 R Hood Canal waterfront
Zen River Retreat • 423 Lords Lake Loop, Quilcene 98376 • 360-316-9656 • ZenRiverRetreat.com
2 175 225 Restorative guest retreat
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Blue Heron Resort Condominiums • 6520 E Hwy 106, Union 98592 • 360-898-3123 • BlueHeronCondos.com
Cady Lake Manor • 1471 NE Dewatto Rd, Tahuya 98588 • 360-372-2673 • CadyLake.com
4 125 195 • • • • • • Casually elegant lodge
City Center Best Rates Motel • 128 E Alder St, Shelton 98584 • 360-432-9653 • CityCenterBestRatesMotel.net
13 45 71 ••Lowest rates
Creekside Inn • 27131 N Hwy 101, Shelton 98584 • 360-877-9686
4 65 95 • • Comfortable
Glen Ayr Waterfront Resort • 25381 N Hwy 101 Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-9522 • GlenAyr.com
14 79 179 • • • • • • Beach, boating, relaxation
Harmony Hill Retreat Center • 7362 E State Rt 106, Union 98592 • 360-898-2363 • HarmonyHill.org
19 80 129 • • • • • • Tranquil setting, gardens
Lake Cushman Resort • 4621 N Lake Cushman Rd, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-9630 • LakeCushman.com
12 65 165 •• Mountain view
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A Lighthouse on Hammersley B&B • 292 E Libby Rd, Shelton 98584 • 360-427-1107 • LighthouseOnHam.com
Alderbrook Resort & Spa • 7101 WA 106, Union 98592 • 360-898-2200 • AlderbrookResort.com
Allyn House Inn • 18350 State Rt 3, Allyn 98524 • 360-535-2198 • AllynHouseInn.com
Belfair Motel • 23322 NE State Rt 3, Belfair 98528 • 360-275-4485 • BelfairMotel.net
4 135 155 Peaceful & private
77 149 329 Getaway from everyday
1 129 189 1889 historic home
Quinault / Amanda Park
Falls Creek Campground • 380 S Shore Rd, Quinault 98575 • 360-288-2900 • 800-562-6672 • OlympicNationalParks.com
Gatton Creek Campground • 457 S Shore Rd, Quinault 98575 • 360-288-2900 • 800-562-6672 • OlympicNationalParks.com
Quinault River Inn • 8 River Dr, Amanda Park 98526 • 360-288-2237 • 800-410-2237 • QuinaultRiverInn.com
Rain Forest Resort Village • 516 S Shore Rd, Quinault 98575 • 360-288-2535 • 800-255-6936 • RainForestResort.com
Willaby Creek Campground • 372 S Shore Rd, Quinault 98575 • 360-288-2900 • 800-562-6672 • OlympicNationalParks.com Forks / La Push / Beaver
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13 99 245 4 95 195 54 53 96 5 60 105 15 60 120 39 55 70 8 104 115 Lilliwaup Motel • 28621 N Hwy 101, Lilliwaup 98555 • 360-877-0002
Little Creek Casino Resort • W 91 State Rt 108, Shelton 98584 • 360-427-7711 • Little-Creek.com
Mike’s Beach Resort • 38470 N Hwy 101, Lilliwaup 98555 • 360-877-5324 • MikesBeachResort.com
Pirate’s Cove Caboose • 202 E Pirates Creek Rd, Shelton 98584 • 360-569-2799 • GreatGetaways.com/Caboose
Robin Hood Village • 6780 E State Rt 106, Union 98592 • 360-898-2163 • RobinHoodVillage.com
Selah Inn • 130 Dulalip Landing, Belfair 98528 • 360-275-0916 • SelahInn.com
Shelton Inn Motel • 628 W Railroad Ave, Shelton 98584 • 360-426-4468 • SheltonInn.com
Summertide Resort & Marina • 15781 NE North Shore Rd, Tahuya 98588 • 360-275-9313 • SummertideResort.com
Sunrise Motel & Dive Resort • 24520 N Hwy 101, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-5301• MyWeb.HCC.net/Sunrise
Super 8 Motel • 2943 Northview Cir, Shelton 98584 • 360-426-1654 • Super8Shelton.com
The Waterfront at Potlatch • 21660 N Hwy 101, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-9422 • TheWaterfrontatPotlatch.com
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14 Hiking trail to river
Bear Creek Motel & RV Park • 205860 Hwy. 101 W, Beaver 98305 • 360- 327-3660 • HungryBearCafeMotel.com
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Bogachiel State Park • 185983 Hwy. 101 S, • 360-374-6356 • Parks.Wa.gov 42 22 38 Bogachiel riverfront
Copper Mine Bottom Campground (DNR) • Hwy 101, Milepost 147, Hoh Clearwater Mainline
10 Boat launch
Cottonwood Campground (DNR) • West on Oil City Rd 2.3 mi, left on H-4060 (gravel)
9 Boat launch
Cycle Camp • 1071 Mora Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-8665 • RainforestRun.com 10 15 Camp kitchen
Forks 101 RV Park • 901 S. Forks Ave, Forks 98331 • 360-374-5073 • ForksRVpark.com 35 60
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Graves Creek Campground (ONP) • 360-288-2444 • NPS.gov/olym
30 12 12 Hard Rain Cafe & RV Park • 5763 Upper Hoh Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-9288 • HardRainCafe.com
13 20 30 R Rafting, kayaking
Hoh Campground (ONP) • Upper Hoh Rd • 360-565-3130 • 360-374-6925 • NPS.gov/olym
88 12 12
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Hoh Oxbow Campground (DNR) • Hwy. 101 N. Milepost 176/177, between road & river
7 Boat launch
Huckleberry Lodge • 1171 Big Pine Way, Forks 98331 • 360-374-4090 • HuckleberryForks.com
3 24 24 Hot tub, fire pit
Kalaloch Campground (ONP) • 35 miles South on 101 from Forks • 360-962-2030 • 800-365-2267 • NPS.gov/olym
170 14 18
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Klahanie Campground (ONF) • 5 miles from Forks & Hwy 101 on FS Road 29 • 360-374-7566 • FS.usda.gov/olympic
20 10 River sites
Klahowya Campground (ONF) • Hwy 101, near mile post 212 • 360-374-7566 • 360-374-6522
55 17 2 1 Lg RV & river sites
Lake Pleasant Mobile Home & RV Park • 200021 Hwy 101, Beaver 98305 • 360- 327-0714 • LakePleasantRV.info
28 25 255
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Minnie Peterson Campground (DNR) • Upper Hoh Rd
8 Rainforest
Mora Campground (ONP) • 2 mi from Rialto Beach • 360-565-3130 • 360-374-5460 • NPS.gov/olym
94 12 12
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Quileute Oceanside Resort • 330 Ocean Dr, LaPush 98350 • 360-374-5267 • QuileuteOceanside.com
66 27 40 R Oceanfront
Riverview RV Park • 33 Mora Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-3398 • OlympicAnglers.com
24 12 35 Spacious & friendly
Sol Duc Cabin Fever • 198 Shuwah Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-6481 • SolDucCabinFever.com
Sol Duc Campground (ONP) • Along Sol Duc River • 360-565-3130 • NPS.gov/olym
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Three Rivers Resort & Guide Service • 7764 LaPush Rd, Forks 98331• 360- 374-5300 • ThreeRiversResortAndGuideService.com191418• • •• • • fee Full service resort
Upper Clearwater Campground (DNR) • Hwy 101, Milepost 147
6 •Primitive
Willoughby Creek (DNR) • Upper Hoh Rain Forest (day-use site only)
3•Self-cont. RVs only
South Fork Hoh Campground (DNR) 6 Rainforest
The Ultimate Camping Trip • 383 Leyendecker Rd, Forks 98331 • 360-374-2690 • DriftBoatsUCanRent.com
3 20 125
Yahoo Lake Campground (DNR) • From Upper Clearwater Camp C-3000 Rd, C-3001 Rd
3 Primitive
Clallam Bay / Sekiu / Neah Bay
A View Mobile Park • 92 W. Kellogg, Clallam Bay 98326• 360-640-0686 • ClallamBay.net
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32 25 25 •• •• • • R Peaceful/by airstrip
50 30 30 • •• •• Woods setting
15 30 • • • 1 block from ocean
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30 15 15 • • •Private, secluded
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14 10 10 • • • R Easy lake access
21 28 34 • • • • • R Quiet, friendly
65 17 25 •• •• • • R Moorage, scuba
60 16 29 • • • • • Right on water
26 25 25 • • • • • Near boat launch
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Angler’s Hideaway • #12 Park Loop Dr. on Airport Rd, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2750 • AnglersHideaway.com
Cape Resort • 1510 Bayview Ave, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-645-2250 • Cape-Resort.com
Hide-Away RV Park • 814 Hobuck Rd, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-640-1809 • Burle[email protected]
Hobuck Beach Resort • 2726 Makah Passage Rd, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-645-2339 • HobuckBeachResort.com
Lost Resort at Lake Ozette • 20860 Hoko-Ozette Rd, Lake Ozette 98326 • 800-950-2899 • LostResort.net
Olson’s Resort, Inc. (& RV) • 444 Front St, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2311 • Olsons-Resort.com Ozette National Park Campground • 21261 Hoko-Ozette Rd, Clallam Bay 98326 • 360-963-2725 • NPS.gov/olym
Sam’s RV Park • 17053 Highway 112, Clallam Bay 98326 • 360-963-2402 • SamsRVpark.com
Snow Creek Fishing Resort • Hwy 112 at MP 691, Neah Bay 98357 • 800-883-1464 • SnowCreekWa.com
Van Riper’s Resort & RV • 280 Front St, Sekiu 98381 • 360-963-2334 • 888-462-0803 • VanRipersResort.com
Village RV Park, The • 1184 Bayview Ave, Neah Bay 98357 • 360-640-4113 • Monthly rate $375
Joyce / Port Angeles / Sequim
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Conestoga Quarters RV Park • 40 Sieberts Creek Rd & Hwy 101, P A 98362 • 800-808-4637• ConestogaQuarters.com
3412 25 • • •• • •• Great base camp
Crescent Beach & RV Park • 2860 Crescent Beach Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 866-690-3344 • Olypen.com/crescent
60 • • •• • fee Sand beach
Dungeness Forks Campground • Palo Alto Rd, 6 mi, 2880 1 mi, Sequim • 360-765-2200 • FS.usda.gov/Olympic
10 14 14 • • • No RVs
Dungeness Recreation Area • 554 Voice of America, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-5847 • www.Clallam.net/CountyParks
66 20 23 • • • • • R Beautiful waterview
Elwha Dam RV Park • 47 Lower Dam Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 877-435-9421• ElwhaDamRVpark.com
40 21 35 • • •• • •• Peaceful, wooded
Gilgal Oasis RV Park • 400 South Brown Rd, Sequim 98382 • 888-445-4251 • GilgalOasisRVpark.com
28 30 40 • • •• • •• Newest RV park
Harrison Beach Campground • 299 Harrison Beach Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-3006
30 5 25 • • •Private beach
John Wayne’s Waterfront Resort • 2634 W Sequim Bay Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-681-3853 • JohnWaynesWaterfrontResort.com 432842• • •• • • R Quiet waterfront view
KOA Kampground of Port Angeles/Sequim • 80 O’Brien Rd, PA 98362 • 360-457-5916 • PortAngelesKOA.com
113 26 75 • • • •• •• •Family-oriented
40 22 40 • • • •• • R Rustic family resort
Log Cabin Resort • 3183 East Beach Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-3325 • LogCabinResort.net
Olympic Nat’l Park - Altair Campground • In ONP - Elwha Valley, PA 98362 • 360-565-3130 • NPS.gov/olym
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Olympic Nat’l Park - Fairholme Campground • In ONP - Lake Crescent, PA 98362 • 360-565-3130 • NPS.gov/olym
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Olympic Paradise • 137 Pierson Rd, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-1264 • OlympicParadise.com
10 30 40 • • • •• • •• Lake & nature trails
Rainbow’s End RV Park • 261831 Hwy. 101, Sequim 98382 • 877-683-3863 • RainbowsEndRVpark.com
42 30 33 • • • •• • •• Wi-Fi /dog park
Salt Creek Recreation Area • 3506 Camp Hayden Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-3441• www.Clallam.net/CountyParks 90 18 24 • • • • • • R Water view
Salt Creek RV & Golf • 53802 Hwy 112, Port Angeles 98363 • 360-928-2488 • Olypen.com/scrv
65 15 24 • • • •• • • R Golf/clubhouse
Al’s RV Park • 521 North Lee Creek, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-9844
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Sequim Bay State Park • 269035 Hwy 101, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4235 • Parks.Wa.gov Sequim West Inn • 740 W. Washington, Sequim 98382 • 360-683-4144 • SequimWestInn.com
Shadow Mountain Campground • 232951 Hwy 101 W, Port Angeles 98363 • 877-928-3043 • ShadowMt.com
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort • 12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd, Port Angeles 98363 • 866-4solduc • VisitSolDuc.com
View Vista Park • 1434 View Vista Park, Port Angeles 98362 • 360-457-0950 • [email protected]
Whiskey Creek Beach Resort • 1385 Whiskey Creek Beach Rd, Port Angeles, 98363 • 360-928-3489
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17 26 35 ••• • R • Hot springs in ONP
5 25 350 •• R Quiet Strait view
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65 20 28 Port Townsend
Fort Townsend State Park • 1370 Old Fort Townsend Rd, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-3595 • Parks.Wa.gov Fort Worden State Park • 200 Battery Way, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-344-4431 • Parks.Wa.gov Jefferson County Fair Grounds • 4907 Landes St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-1013 • JeffCoFairGrounds.com
Point Hudson Marina & RV Park • 103 Hudson St, Port Townsend 98368 • 360-385-2828 • PortofPT.com
Brinnon / Quilcene / Port Ludlow / Port Hadlock
Collins Campground • Duckabush Rd • 360-765-2200 • FS.usda.gov/Olympic
Cove RV Park & Country Store • 303075 Highway 101, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4723 • CoveRV.com
Dosewallips State Park • Highway 101, 1/4 miles S of Brinnon • 888-226-7688 • Parks.Wa.gov Elk Meadows • 3485 Dosewallips Rd, Brinnon 98320 • 360-796-4886 • ElkMeadows.blogspot.com
Falls View Campground • Highway 101, 3.5 miles S of Quilcene • 360-765-2200 • FS.usda.gov/Olympic
Fort Flagler State Park • 10541 Flagler Rd, Nordland 98358 • 360-385-1259 • Parks.Wa.gov Halfway RV Park • Highway 101 and Brinnon Ln, Brinnon • 360-796-4715
Lower Oak Bay • 301 Portage Way, Port Ludlow 98365 • 360-385-9129 • CountyRec.com
Port Ludlow RV Park • 44 Breaker Ln, Port Ludlow 98365 • 360-437-9377 • PortLudlowResort.com
Quilcene Campground • 294964 Hwy 101, Quilcene 98376 • 360-385-9129 • CountyRec.com
Seal Rock Campground • 1 mile N of Brinnon, Brinnon • 360-765-2200 • FS.usda.gov/Olympic
Smitty’s Retreat RV Park • 9142 Flagler Rd, Nordland 98358 • 360-385-2165 • [email protected]
Upper Oak Bay • 290 Cleveland St, Port Ludlow 98365 • 360-385-9129 • CountyRec.com
Shelton Mason County
• • • • R Apr–Oct
85 27 42 • • • •• • • R Beach or forest
80 15 20 • • • • • •• Quiet country setting
45 20 52 • • •• • • • Beach, close to town
40 20 35
• R
25 30 35 • • •• • • Country store
125 21 36 •• • • • • • Beach & trails
1 40 100 • • On the river
30 10 10 • R Falls view, no water
116 22 42 • • • • • R Open year round
22 10 25 • • • •• Groups welcome
6 18 18 • • •• Beautiful Oak Bay
37 20 45 • • • • • • • Quiet, wooded resort
15 12 12 • • • Wooded camp sites
41 18 18 • • • R Beach & trails
40 27 27 • •• Quiet country setting
24 18 20 • • • •• Nestled on Oak Bay
16 14 14
Water views
• • • • • • R Tide flats
Camp 1421 • 1421 Blacksmith Rd, Tahuya 98588 • 360-372-2584• Camp1421.com
9 15 15 • R Equestrian-friendly
Glen Ayr Waterfront Resort • 25381 N Hwy 101, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-9522 • GlenAyr.com
36 30 42 • •• R Pvt. beach, dock
Hamma Hamma Campground (ONF) • FS Rd #25 (6 mi. off Hwy 101) • 360-374-7566 • FS.usda.gov/Olympic Jarrell Cove State Park • 391 E Wingert Rd, Shelton 98584 • 360-426-9226 • Parks.Wa.gov 22 12 36 • • • R Easy trail
Lake Cushman Resort • 4621 N Lk Cushman Rd, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-9630 • LakeCushman.com
50 15 45 •• • • R
Potlatch State Park • 21020 N Hwy 101, Potlatch 98584 • 360-877-5361 • Parks.Wa.gov
34 12 36 •• • • R Hiking trails
Rest-A-While RV Park • 27001 N Hwy 101, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-9474 • RestAWhile.com
95 20 35 • • • • • • R 19th cent. restored
Schafer State Park • 1365 W Schafer Pk Rd, Elma 98541 • 360-482-3852 • Parks.Wa.gov
42 12 31 • • • • • R Bicycling
Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman • 7211 N Lk Cushman Rd, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-877-5760 • SkokomishPark.com
82 22 80 •• • R • Freshwater shore
Spencer Lake Resort • 1111 E Pickering Rd, Shelton 98584 • 360-426-3178 • SpencerLake.com
40 14 35 • • • • • • R Lake access, fishing
Staircase Campground • 150 N Lk Cushman Rd, Hoodsport 98548 • 360-565-3131 • NPS.gov
47 12 47 • • R Old growth forest
The Waterfront at Potlatch • 21660 N Hwy 101, Hoodsport 98592 • 360-877-9422 • TheWaterfrontatPotlatch.com
14 29 45 • R Cottages & hotel
Twanoh State Park • 12190 E State Rt 106, Union 98592 • 360-275-2222 • Parks.Wa.gov 39
46 12 36 • • • R Good for children
Allynview Recreation & Mobile Park • 18289 State Rt 3, Allyn 98524 • 360-275-3120
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Belfair State Park • 3151 Hwy 300, Belfair 98528 • 360-275-0668 • Parks.Wa.gov 120 12 36 Store, moorage, boat rental