Port Hadlock-Chimacum-Nordland-Irondale

These communities, known as the Tri-Area, have rolling hills, farms, miles of waterfront and recreational activity surrounded by a wealth of parks, playfields and campgrounds. The area is steeped in a strong maritime heritage. The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding teaches maritime trades near the Port Hadlock Marina. The U.S. Navy operates a supply depot on Indian Island. You'll find both Indian Island and Marrowstone Island are easily accessed from the mainland via a bridge. Day trippers and campers will enjoy historic Fort Flagler State Park on Marrowstone, along with many other public parks on both islands. Weekly during the summer, music lovers will enjoy the Olympic Music Festival in an old barn a few miles south of Chimacum. Sportsmen and women can try for trout on several fresh water lakes, as well as ply the saltwater bays and inlets for other species — or gather clams and oysters.

Helpful links for more information:

Lodging in Jefferson County ~ Information

Best dining in Jefferson County ~ Information

RV and Camping in Jefferson County (outside of Port Townsend) ~ Information

Olympic Culinary Loop ~ Information

Fort Flagler State Park ~ visit

Fort Worden State Park and Conference Center ~ visit

Migratory Bird Watching Tour ~ information

Jefferson County Historical Society Research Center ~ visit

Centrum - Washington's Home for the Arts ~ visit

Jefferson County Fairgrounds ~ visit

Port Townsend Marine Science Center ~ PTMSC

Admiralty Audubon Society ~ information

Current weather and forecasts: NWS

Washington State Ferries ~ Schedule

Jefferson County Web Cams ~ webCams

Area Boat Launches ~ ramps

Guide to Port Townsend  ~ ptguide

Port Townsend Bicycle Association ~ Bikes

The Port Townsend Virtual Art Museum ~ Explore Art

Olympic National Park ~ Information

Olympic National Forest - Hiking Trails ~ trails - Short, medium and long

Shellfish Safety ~ Shellfish map

Streamflow Data for fishers ~ Link

Port Hadlock WA, 98339

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Want to get local? These community sites are great resources for finding even more information on local happenings, local businesses and places to stay. Take a look at these sites and plan your trip to the Olympic Peninsula!