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J&K's Laborous Weekend Itinerary
Also known as "One-Mile Beach," this straight, relatively level saltwater beach trail connects beautiful, rugged slate caves at the east and Eagle Point two miles to the west. Boaters fish near the trail, unaware of the old abandoned railroad grade that runs the length of the hillside above. The flat and forested trail, an easy walk from Sekiu resorts, provides access to the solitude of sand and surf. Vistas from the trail stretch across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Vancouver Island.
Named "Land of Sparkling Water" by the Quileute Tribe, Sol Duc Falls and Hot Springs is a place good for the body and Soul.
Whether soaking in the beauty of the area or soaking in the healing powers of Sol Duc Hot Springs, this spot offers a variety of outdoor acitivites.
Located about an hour west of Port Angeles, Washington on US Hwy 101, this secluded valley getaway boasts old growth forests, mineral springs, hiking, camping, massage therapy, kayaking, birding...scores of ways to melt away life's little tensions!
Sol Duc Hot Springs WA
Hurricane Ridge, 17 miles south of Port Angeles, in Olympic National Park, will make you feel like you're on top of the world. And, in fact, you are! Hurricane Ridge is reached by taking Hwy 101 into Port Angeles. Look for the Olympic National Park Visitor Center and Hurricane Ridge signs. Turn south on Race Street, and taking a slight right curve on the Hurricane Ridge Parkway. From there you will see signs leading to the Park Entrance.
Olympic National Park WA
Sequim Open Aire Market is celebrating its 15th anniversary!
(Located on Cedar Street, west of Sequim Avenue)
Hand Crafted - Home Grown - It's what we do!
Entertainment every Saturday!
August 28: Stone Lantern
September 4: Sarah Shea
September 11: Howly Smith and the Boys
September 18: Court Armstrong
September 25: Sweet Adelines
October 2: Keith Frank
Perhaps the most dramatic beach in Washington State.
Shi Shi Beach is located west of Neah Bay. Shi Shi (pronounced shy-shy) was named "best nature beach" by the Travel Channel. It's a day trip you'll remember. Shi Shi is an unspoiled beach and is reached by driving 66 miles from Port Angeles, through ClallamBay-Sekiu and on through Neah Bay, then followed by a 3.3-mile hike. The trip is well worth the time and one can enjoy the scenic beauty of Hwy 112.
Shi Shi Beach WA
Finnriver is a 33 acre organic family farm and Cidery where we welcome visitors to our seasonal Farmstand and year-round Tasting Room for hands-on tours and a taste of life on the farm. Located alongside a restored salmon stream in the green valley of Chimacum, Finnriver grows a variety of vegetables, fruit and grains; and we gather and ferment the flavors of the land to offer you hand-crafted sparkling ciders, dessert wines and spirits.
November - April Open Friday - Sunday from 2 to 5 pm
Sundays, 11AM - 3PM at Gateway Transit Center
Port Angeles WA
Among the only protected temperate rain forests in the Northern Hemisphere, the Hoh Rain Forest is a not-to-be-missed attraction on the West Side of the Olympic Peninsula. Moisture-laden air from the Pacific brings an average of 140 inches of annual rainfall to the Hoh Valley,(record of 190 inches) in addition to condensed mist that contributes another 30 inches. Nineteen miles inland from Hwy 101 you’ll find the Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center.
Hoh Rainforest WA