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Discover Olympic Peninsula magic from lush Olympic rain forests wild ocean beaches snow-capped mountains pristine lakes salmon-spawning rivers and friendly towns along the way. Explore this magical area and all it has to offer V A N C O U V E R I S L A N D B R I T I S H C O L U M B I A PACIFICOCEAN O R E G O N IDAHO B R I T I S H C O L U M B I A C O L U M B I A R I V E R 5 5 90 84 82 101 101 W A S H I N G T O N Welcome This planner contains highlights of the region. Go to to find more details and to plan your itinerary. 1 Explore Olympic National Park hiking trails scenic drives Connect Wildlife local cuisine art native culture Relax Ocean beaches waterfalls hot springs spas Play Kayak hike bicycle fish surf beachcomb Learn Interpretive programs museums Enjoy Local festivals wine cider tasting Twilight PhotoDaveLogan Table of Contents Welcome..........................................................1 Table of Contents..............................................2 This is Olympic National Park.............................2 Olympic National Park.......................................4 Olympic National Forest....................................5 Quinault Rain Forest Kalaloch Beaches............6 Forks La Push Hoh Rain Forest........................8 Twilight ..........................................................9 Strait of Juan de Fuca Natl Scenic Byway......... 10 Joyce Clallam BaySekiu................................. 10 Neah BayCape Flattery................................... 11 Port Angeles Lake Crescent ............................ 12 Sequim the DungenessValley....................... 14 PortTownsend............................................... 16 Port Ludlow Chimacum Port Hadlock Marrowstone Island.................................... 18 North Hood Canal BrinnonQuilcene.............. 19 MapTransportation Weather Info................ 20 Festivals Events........................................... 22 Other Area Parks Victoria BC........................ 24 Elwha River Working Forests......................... 25 Drive the Hwy 101 Loop................................... 26 Olympic PeninsulaWaterfallTrail.................... 26 Olympic Coast Cuisine..................................... 27 Special InterestTravel..................................... 28 Cycling SpecialtyTouring.............................. 30 Lodging Guide................................................ 31 RVCamp Guide............................................... 37 Visitor CentersChambers of Commerce.....backcover 2 TheOlympicPeninsulaTravelPlannerisproduced annuallybytheOlympicPeninsulaTourismCom- missioncirculation110000copies.Noportion ofthistravelplannermaybereproducedwithout permissionofOPTC.Whileeveryefforthasbeen madetoensuretheaccuracyoftheinformation containedhereinwewillnotbeheldliablefor inaccurateinformation. DesignInsideOut Solutions Inc. SequimWA Cover photo credits top to bottom Sequim lavender by Barbara Hanna Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival by Christina Pivarnik Hurricane Ridge skiers by John GussmanHikersatMadisonFallscourtesyofOPVB To order more travel planners contact the Olympic PeninsulaVisitor Bureau at 1-800-942-4042. 2016 Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission Olympic Peninsula Maps 2016 InsideOut Solutions Inc. TOURISM COMMISSION UnitedNationsEducationalScientificCulturalOrganization A Primeval Land of Contrast A million acres await you in this unique three-parks-in-one playground. Discover 73 miles of pristine Pacific Ocean beaches moss-draped rain forests and wildflower-carpeted alpine meadows at the doorstep of glacier-capped mountains. Renowned for the diversity of its ecosystems the Olympic National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve. Roads enter the parks interior from its edges 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 in sum- mer enjoy an interpretive talk around a campfire under the stars. This is Olympic 3 PhotoRossHamilton National Park In spring follow the snow melt to roaring waterfalls and during the fall stroll under golden big leaf maples. The ocean beaches beckon year round with dramatic surf massive whales spouting as they migrate offshore photogenic sea stacks and tidal pools brimming with marine life. Go beach- combing surfing in challenging waves or simply find a quiet spot to enjoy pristine nature. Learning Opportunities Abound Make the most of your trip by stopping at the Olympic Peninsulas visitor centers museums and marine centers all offering excellent information. Join a guided hike bike paddle or tour. See page 21 for a list of tours and tour operators. Expand your knowledge with books on hiking trails birds history geology or wildflowers. Olympic National Park continued next page PhotoJimNels RubyBeach TheUnitedStatesNationalParkServiceturns100on August252016Thecentennialkicksoffasecondcentury ofstewardshipofAmericasnationalparkstoengagecom- munitiesthroughrecreationconservationandhistoric preservationprograms.Learnaboutthenationalparks amazingplacesandinspirationalstories. VisitFindYourPark.comforupcomingcentennialevents atOlympicNationalPark.ParticipateinFindYourPark Experiencestolearnandshareyourstories. VisitEveryKidinaPark.govifyouhaveafourthgraderin yourfamily.Fourthgraderscanearnafreepasstoover 2000nationalparksforestsandwildliferefugesvalid throughAugust312016. CyclingintheOlympicNationalForest 4 Top Picks BeachHikesOlympicswildbeacheslookjustliketheydidwhen woodenshipssearchedfortheelusiveNorthwestPassage.Explore themonahalf-dayhiketoafive-daytrek.HighlightstheOzette WildernessLoopThirdBeachnearLaPushBeach4nearKalaloch andRubyBeachwithitsglitteringsand. SolDucHotSpringsSolDucHotSpringsResortfeaturingthreehot poolsafreshwaterswimmingpoolfoodserviceandrentalcabinsis agreatplacetosoakespeciallyafterahiketoSolDucFallsorinthe backcountrytoSevenLakesBasinandtheHighDivide. RainForestsVisittemperaterainforestsamongthefewonthe planetintheHohQueetsQuinaultandBogachielvalleys.Theyare emeraldwonderlandsofmoss-drapedtreesincludingsomerecord- holdinggiantshighlightedbygoldenmaplesinthefall. AlpineRegionsStartatHurricaneRidgeforseveralridge-top strolls.ThentrybolderbackcountryhikestotheHohQuinaultand Elwhavalleys.LenaLakeTrailisalsoverypopular. SouthHoodCanalTheStaircaseentranceoffersseveralshort dayhikesthatexploretheareatheyrangefromflatstrollstomore challengingtrailssomegainingover3000feetinelevation.Longer hikesliketheNorthForkSkokomishRivertrailtakeacoupleofdays. LakeCrescentLodge 360-928-3211888-723-7127 SolDucHotSpringsResort 866-476-5382 KalalochLodge 866-662-9969 Openyearround LakeQuinaultLodge 800-562-6672 Openyearround LogCabinResort LakeCrescent 888-896-3818 HurricaneRidgeLodge Dayuseonly National Park Lodges 2016 National Park FREE Admission Days NPS.govfindaparkfeefreeparks.htm Jan 18 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Apr 1624 National Park Week Aug 2528 National Park Services Birthday Sept 24 National Public Lands Day Nov 11 Veterans Day Olympic National Park Continued from pages 23 Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim ForksLa Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Gardiner Lake Quinault Lake Crescent To Shelton Mason Cty Kalaloch 5 101 101 101 104 112 3 101 Olympic National Park NPS.govolymparknews 360-565-3130 Open daily 9am4pm except ChristmasHikingtheOlympicMountains Olympic National Park Visitor Center Wilderness Infor- mation Center 3002 Mount Angeles Road in Port Angeles is the parks primary visitor center. It features educational park exhibits map and book sales hands-on Discovery Room for younger visitors and a 25-minute award-winning orientation film shown on request. Dedicated staff are available to help you plan your visit whether for one day one week or longer. Wilderness camping hiking and permit information plus bear canisters are available.. Many ranger stations do not have regular winter hours. Check the park newspaper Olympic Bugler or ONP website for current activities and seasonal details. If you are traveling with a pet please be sure to observe park policies. Find dog-friendly destinations OlympicPeninsula.orgDog-Friendly PhotoDaveLogan light green ONP PhotoRossHamilton HohRainForestspruce PhotoJohnGussman 5 Olympic National Forest Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim ForksLa Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Gardiner Lake Quinault Lake Crescent To Shelton Mason Cty Kalaloch 5 101 101 101 104 112 3 101 Olympic National Forest www.fs.usda.govolympic ONF Hood Canal District Quilcene 360-765-2200 ONF Pacific District Forks 360-374-6522 ONF Quinault District 360-288-2525 Olympic National Forest ONF covers over 633000 acres nearly encircling the entire Olympic National Park. It offers a wide range of recreation including hiking camping picnicking and boat- ing in a diverse landscape ranging from verdant rain forests to deep canyons and high mountain ridges. There are more than 200 miles of trails many of which wander through ancient old-growth forests. Dogs are welcome on all ONF lands. ONF also has a bounty of edible delicacies. Pick wild berries in the late summer months and gather mushrooms 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. For more information please visit www.fs.usda.govolympic Mt. Walker Viewpoints panoramic views of Puget Sound can be found 4.1 miles off Highway 101 south of Quilcene. The parking lot is accessible to vehicles spring through fall. This road is steep and not recommended for vehicles pulling trailers. From the park- ing lot follow a short loop trail to spectacular views. 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 re- quired for vehicles parked at many ONF trailheads. Three historic cabins are available for overnight lodging the Hamma Hamma Interrorem and Louella. PhotoTammiHinkle dark green ONF DosewallipsRiver TheOlympicPeninsula isdogfriendly Download map at OlympicPeninsula.orgdog-friendly Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 6 PhotoJudyHanson KalalochBeach Lake Quinault Kalaloch Beaches Quinault Rain Forest Kalaloch Beaches FS.usda.govolympic Pacific Ranger District Quinault 360-288-2525 The Quinault Valley is the southwestern gateway to the Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park. Its magnificent centerpiece is Lake Quinault which offers easy access to swimming kayaking canoeing and sailing from many campgrounds and resorts. From Coast to Forest Enjoy scenic ocean shores with easy beach access from both camp sites and rental accommodations nearby in the Kalaloch pro- nounced clay-lock area. Beach Trail 4 leads to a pebble beach with teeming tidal pools and dramatic surf beware of the strong undertow. This beach is also a popular place to net smelt small fish that come to spawn in the surf during warm calm weather. North of Kalaloch is picturesque Ruby Beach named for its some- times garnet-colored sand. Inland explore the Valley of the Rain Forest Giants where record-setting evergreen trees thrive. Hike miles of groomed hiking trails access wild backcountry fish for world-class salmon and steelhead bird-watch and hunt for mushrooms in this enchanting canopy of rain forest. PhotoJudyHanson PhotoMonteMartin LakeQuinaultsunset OntheshoresofLakeQuinault Favorite Events Quinault Rain Forest Bike Ride June 25 800-562-6672 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 2123 Displays guided walks and seminars about local fungi. Points of Interest Lake Quinault Museum QuinaultRainforest.compagesmuseum.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 Mercan- tile 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. 7 PhotoJudyHansonPhotoLarryWorkmanQIN RubyBeach QuinaultIndianNation The Quinault Rain Forest Loop Drive A31-milelooproadaroundLakeQuinaultparallelsthe QuinaultRiverandventuresintoOlympicNationalPark providingmagnificentviewsintotheheartoftheOlympic Mountains.Therearemanyeasy-accessopportunitiestotake photographsandtoviewwaterfallsandwildlifeandexplore onfoot.ViewseveralofthewaterfallslistedontheOlympic PeninsulaWaterfallTrailalongthedrive.Allareeasilyacces- siblefromtheroadorbyamodestwalk.Enjoyspectacular viewsofgianttreesandtheQuinaultRiveralongtheLoop Drive.WatchforRooseveltelkblacktaildeerbaldeagle bobcatcougarandblackbear.Allowtwohoursminimumto completethetripbycar. Self-Guided Hiking Trails HiketheOlympicNationalForesttrailstoexperiencetherain forestfirsthand.Thetrailsarewellmarkedandmaintained. Thereareloopsofmanylengths.Mostofthetrailsareof moderatedifficultywithminorhills.Manyaresuitableforkids andseniorsalike. PhotoCourtesyofLakeQuinaultInnkeepersAssociationPhotoJudyHanson GattonCreekbridge Rainforest moss Valley of the Rain Forest Giants Averaging 12 feet of rain per year the Quinault Valley has the ideal climate to grow big conifer trees. It is home to six record- setting giantsthe largest western red cedar Sitka spruce douglas fir yellow cedar mountain hemlock and western hemlock treesas recognized by the National Forestry Associa- tion. Only redwoods and sequoias are larger. Some of these giant trees can be seen on a modest to moderate hikes. For more information contact the Quinault Forest Ranger Station 360-288-0203. Quinault Indian Reservation The Quinault Indian Nation includes the Quinault and Queets tribes and descendants of five other coastal tribes Quileute Hoh Chehalis Chinook and Cowlitz. They walk the same beaches paddle the same waters and hunt the same lands as their ancestors did centuries ago. The Quinault Indians traditionally used Lake Quinault as summer- ing grounds. Visit the Quinault Cultural Center in Taholah to see natural and cultural artifacts. Take a fishing trip or beach tour with a Quinault guide to learn about native birds and wildlife. Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 Forks La Push HohRain Forest Forks La Push Hoh Rain Forest 1-800-443-6757 So Much to Do Forks is the friendly little town catapulted to fame by Twilight books and movies. Visit the Forks Timber Museum to learn about local history back to the 1870s. Investigate the many intriguing treasures at Johns Beachcombing Museum collected since 1976 on local beaches. Enjoy the towns restaurants and stay in its mo- tels inns and outlying cabins.Because of its convenient location Forks is the perfect base camp for day excursions on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula. Stop in at Forks Outfitters for camping and hiking supplies. Many trails are pet-friendly so bring your best friend Fishing Adventures The Bogachiel Hoh Sol Duc and Calawah Rivers offer world- class fishing when salmon and steelhead are running. For salmon and other saltwater fish charter a fishing boat from La Push. Local guides restaurants and inns cater to fishing enthusi- asts providing pre-dawn breakfasts and packing lunches to go. Hoh Rain Forest The dense rain forest 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 condens- ing in the canopy. Browsing herds of Roosevelt elk feed on the thick undergrowth and keep it from obscuring the trail 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 Parks 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 banks or take a trip down the river via kayak raft or guided drift boat. PhotoLonnieArchibald HohRainForest Favorite Events Forks Old-Fashioned 4th of July July 14 800-443-6757 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 1517 LaPush360-374-5091QuileuteNation.orgAcelebrationof culturalheritageandmodernlifestyle.Itincludesatraditional salmonbakedancingandsongsasoftballtournamentahorse- shoetournamentartscraftsandfood.Therearealsocanoe racesbonegamesandafantasticfireworksdisplayatFirstBeach. Points of Interest Timberharvestplaysanimportantroleinthecommunity augmentedinthenewmillenniumbytechnology. Forks Timber Museum 1421 S. Forks Ave. 360-374-9663 Pioneer and logging history.Open daily year round except two weeks at Christmas. Tillicum Park features the Rayonier 10 Shay Locomotive and an Army tank that you can see up close Logging Tour 360-374-2531 SponsoredbyForksChamberof Commercemid-Maythroughmid- Sept.Reservationsrequired. 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 8 PhotoForksChamberofCommerce 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. This 78-mile river runs through the valley on its way to the Quillayute River in La Push.Enjoy scenic views while crossing the Sol Duc River five times between Forks and Port Angeles. Sol Duc Hatchery is just 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 PhotoJamesJamiePhotoDaveLogan Fascination on the Olympic Peninsula PhotoForksChamberofCommerce Twilight VisitForksthe hometownofthe vampirecovenin StephenieMeyers belovedTwilightsaga novels.Discoverfor yourselfthemagicof therainiesttownin thecontiguousUnited Statesexploreitsrainforestandbeachesandjustmaybecatcha glimpseofavampireorwerewolf TheTwilightstorytakesplaceonthewestendofthenorthOlympic Peninsula.SeelocationsfromthebooksthroughoutForksLaPushand PortAngeles.FromForksdoaself-guidedtourortakeanorganizedone tovisitthehighschoolwhereBellaandEdwardmeetthebeachatLa PushwhereBellalearnsthetruthaboutEdwardandthehospitalwhere Dr.Cullenhasareservedparkingspot.VisitPortAngelesplacessuchthe restaurantwhereBellaandEdwardhavetheirfirstdatethebookstore andmovietheater.Getaself-guidedmapandseeBellastrucksatthe VisitorInformationCenteratthesouthendofForksAvenue.Enjoy themedmenuitemsatlocalrestaurantsandshopforForksandTwilight souvenirsandmemorabiliaatmanylocalstores.ComeforTwilightand plantospendafewdaysabsorbingtheatmosphereofthePeninsula whereromanceexcitementandadventureawait. Forever Twilight in Forks Sept. 811 2016 PleasejoinusforForever Twilight in Forks ourannualfestival honoringStephenieMeyersTwilight.Itisheldontheweekendclosest toSept.13thebirthdayofheroineBellaSwan.EnjoyfunTwilight- inspiredpartiesactivitiescontestsvendorsandmore.Meetupwith otherTwi-fansandcelebrateTwilight 9 La Push Ocean Beaches From Forks drive west to La Pushor Rialto onthe rugged Pacific Coast and explore its pristine beaches kayak tidal estuaries and surf coastal waves. Over 70 miles of protected coastline and the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary form the western boundary of the north Olympic Peninsula.Just 16 mileswest of Forks is the coastal village ofLa Push home of the Quileute People for thousands of years is located at the mouth of the Quil- layute River.La Pushoffers a marina and services for visitors includingbeachfront resort RV park and restaurant. Drive to nearby Rialto Beach also known as Mora to the north of La Push. Hike forested trails to reach pristine shores at Second and Third Beaches. Mile-wide First Beachin La Push 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. Sol Duc River Valley Located west of Lake Crescent in the Olympic National Park the Sol Doc Valley offers many intriguing places to discover. See old- FirstBeach inLaPush Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 The Strait of Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway State Highway 112 One of the nations National Scenic Byways State Highway 112 fol- lows the scenic shoreline of the Strait of Juan de Fuca which con- nects Puget Sound to the Pacific Ocean and separates the Olympic Peninsula from Vancouver Island Canada. This dramatic coastline extends farther into the North Pacific than any other mainland point in the lower 48 states. Its winding route is beautiful year round changing with the seasons. View rugged cliffs and thick forests watch for oft-seen eagles otters and gray whales. Visit the Joyce General Store and Depot Museum Salt Creek Recreation Area with beach access and tide pools and fishing villages of Clallam Bay Sekiu and Neah Bay on the Makah Indian Reservation. Take a side trip to scenic Lake Ozette. Joyce This small town evolved from Port Crescent a boom town that vied with Port Angeles in the late 1800s. An 1890 election named Port Angeles the county seat thereby diminishing Port Crescents importance. Later the community moved to its present location renamed as Joyce. The Joyce Depot Museum has displays from old Port Crescent days. The Joyce General Store celebrated its 100th birthday in 2011. Nearby Salt Creek Recreation Area and Freshwater Bay are popular camping and recreation sites. Clallam BaySekiu Separated by just two miles of beach the communities of Clallam Bay and Sekiu look across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Vancouver Island Canada. Enjoy outstanding sport fishing. Go beachcomb- ing and find abundant marine life. Enjoy hiking birding kayak- ing and wildlife watching. Lodging campgrounds restaurants grocery stores espresso and gaspropane are available. Strait of Juan de Fuca National Scenic Byway Joyce PhotoCourtesyoftheJuandeFucaScenicBywayAssociation ScenicBywaySR112 NatlScenicBywayJoyceClallam BaySekiuNeahBayCapeFlattery 10 PhotoDaveLogan SaltCreek Favorite Events 35th Annual Clallam BaySekiu Fun Days July 89 Clallam BaySekiu 360-963-2339 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 34th Annual Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival Aug 6 Family-friendly events and lots of berries Makah Days Aug 2628 Neah Bay 360-645-2201 MakahDayscelebratethecultureandtheheritageoftheMakah Tribe.Thethree-dayfestivalhasagrandparadestreetfaircanoe raceskidsracesroyaltytraditionalslahalgamesdancingsing- ingfeastingsalmonbaketalentshowandexcitingfireworksshow. Great Strait Sale Sept 10 Highway112360-457-1424Aone-day61-milecommunity event.Salesathomesyardsbarnsstoresandcommunitysites. Findtreasuresbargainsartsandcraftsproduceandlunchasyou travelthroughforestsandalongsidebeachesfromwestofPort AngelestoNeahBay.Takeyourtimeenjoythedrive Clallam BaySekiu Neah BayCape Flattery PhotoJohnGussman Sekiu is a world-famous recreational fishing destination record-breaking salmon and halibut have been caught offshore. It offers all the services for sport fishing including charter trips and boat rentals. Other recreational activities include beach- combing always a favorite surfing kayaking and scuba diving plus hiking in nearby wilderness. Bird watchers come to spot puffins marbled murrelets migrating swans raptors bald eagles and coastal birds many of which winter on the coast. Gray and humpback whales orcas and sea otters are also frequently sighted off shore. Coastal Recreation Sekiu and Clallam Bay are near the turn-off road to Lake Ozette located along a Pacific coast sliver of the Olympic National Park. Here 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 was named one of the Top 10 Campgrounds for Experts by Sunset Magazine in 2014 because you must hike in. The trek is well worth it to experience one of the most spectacular stretches on the Olympic coastline. Neah Bay Cape Flattery Neah Bay and the Makah Indian Reservation are at the tip of the Olympic Peninsula where Highway 112 ends and the Cape Flat- tery Tribal Scenic Byway begins. Visit the Makah Cultural Center to learn about the Ozette Dig and see archeological artifacts unearthed from a 16th century Makah village. Continue west to Cape Flattery the most northwestern point in the contiguous U.S. and part of the Makah Indian Reservation. Follow the cedar- plank boardwalk trail to view the Tatoosh Island lighthouse Pacific Ocean and Strait of Juan de Fuca. On clear days spot Tatoosh Island a sacred place for the Makah. Also look for sea caves sea otters cormorants eagles and falcons. In summer Makah interpreters on the trail share the history and culture of the area plus traditional uses of native plants. There is no fee to hike the trail but a 10 annual Makah Tribe Recreational Permit available at many local businesses must be purchased. Points of Interest Diah Veterans Park Fort Nunez Gaona TourofHonor.compages2013wa_neahbay.html Honoring all veterans who served from the Makah Reservation this memorial is built on the former Spanish Fort Nunez Gaona. Whale Watching 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 1880BayView360-645-2711Makah.commcrchome.html Open daily 10am5pm. The world famous Makah Cultural Research Center features many items from the Ozette Dig that 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- foot cedar longhouse and oceangoing canoes are on display. Joyce Depot Museum 360-928-3568 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. LocalmascotRosie overlooksSekiu. PhotoRandallJ.Hodges AviewofCapeFlattery 11 PhotoNOAAOlympicCoastNatlMarineSanctuary Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 Port Angeles Port Angeles Lake Crescent Nestled between the Olympic Range and the Strait of Juan de Fuca Port Angeles the largest city on the Olympic Peninsula has made its mark with colorful history as an active deep water seaport since the mid-1850s. Its location provides the best transit across the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Victoria Canada via the Blackball Ferry Line. The MV Coho ferry crosses in 90 minutes and operates daily except during annual dry dock service late January to early February. The snowcapped Olympic Mountains form a dramatic back- drop south of Port Angeles. A short 18-mile drive from the city leads to Hurricane Ridge one of the most visited areas in Olympic National Park. Downtown Happenings Port Angeles recently renovated downtown is a great place to view harbor activities. The City Pier offers magnificent views of ships at anchor and the City of Victoria Canada 18 miles across the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Visit the piers Feiro Marine Life Center with exhibits on protecting marine resources. Adjacent is the Olympic Coast Discovery Center in The Landing Mall. Learn about the ocean and underwater landscape maritime history marine wildlife habitats and traditional cultures. Take a guided tour of historical Port Angeles to see sections of its famed underground or view colorful murals depicting local lore. Enjoy Art on the Town a display of over 56 outdoor sculp- tures. It includes the Avenue of the People a permanent outdoor art display of ordinary people doing ordinary things. Take a guided Art Walk through downtown or browse the cafs restau- rants galleries boutiques gift shops independent bookstores and antique shops on your own. Favorite Events 22nd Annual JuandeFucaFestivaloftheArtsMay2730 Over125performancesofmusicdanceandtheaterpresentingacts fromaroundtheworld.Liveperformancesonindoorandoutdoor stagesarejoinedbymusicalworkshopsaglobalcraftfairdelicious foodpublicartandspecialactivitiesforchildren. NorthOlympicDiscoveryMarathonJune5 HalfandfullmarathonusingtheOlympicDiscoveryTrailthat connectsSequimandPortAngeles. RidetheHurricaneAug77AMNoon Thisuniquerecreationalcyclingeventallowscycliststoridethe famedHurricaneRidgeroadfreeofvehicles.HurricaneRidgeis consideredoneofthepremieruphillrides inthecountry. DungenessCrabSeafoodFestivalOct79 360-452-6300 TheFestivalfeaturesatradi- tionalDungenesscrabfeed andthefreshestNorthwest seafoodwithwinetasting abeergardendemonstra- tionkitchenentertainment craftfairandU.S.Coast Guarddemonstration.The CrabDerbyoffershands-on crabcatchingfun PhotoNateWyeth PortAngelespier PhotoDaveLogan 12 BicyclistsonHurricaneRidge MapsforPortAngelesareavailableat theVisitorCenter121E.RailroadAvenue PhotoRussVeenema Downtownfountain PhotoInsideOutSolutionsInc. PhotoRussVeenema The bustling Famers Market showcases local produce food treats and crafts. It is open year round every Saturday and Wednesday afternoons in the summer. Visit local wineries and breweries for tastings. Many events are held year roundsee 2016 Festivals Events on pages 2223. Downtown Port Angeles also has easy access to the Olympic Discovery Trail popular with walkers joggers and bicyclists see page 30. Specialty shops supply gear for kayaking hiking camping biking fishing scuba diving and skateboarding. In winter skiing snowshoeing and snowboarding sales and rentals are available. Lake Crescent Half an hour west of Port Angeles on Hwy 101 is idyllic Lake Crescent a 12-mile-long lake known for its deep clear turquoise waters. A historic National Park Lodge built in 1916 perches on the south shore. Along the north shore of Lake Crescent is the Spruce Railroad Trail former railroad tracks converted into a biking and hiking trail. Camping rentals and groceries are avail- able nearby. Two waterfalls are also close by. Marymere Falls is a short hike form Lake Crescent Lodge. Madison Falls in the Elwha Valley is wheelchair accessible. Points of Interest Port Angeles Fine Arts Ctr. Websters Woods Art Park 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd. 360-417-4590 or 360-457-3532 Free Admission Thought-provokingexhibitionswithaNorthwestflavorareimagi- nativelydisplayedinthesemi-circularhilltopgallerysetagainstan awesomevistaofmarineandmountainviews.WebstersWoodsis afive-acremuseumwithoutwallsfeaturingover125sculptures andsiteworksalongrustictrailsinauniquesylvansetting. Gallery hours WedSun 104 NovFeb 115 MarOct. Websters Woods open daylight hours year round. Clallam County Historical Society Museum at the Carnegie 207 S. Lincoln St. 360-452-2662 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 300blockonRaceStreet acrossfromCivicFieldOpen8AM toduskdaily. Olympic Coast Discovery Center Family-friendly center located downtown. Offers interactive exhibits of Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary animals and habitats marine research and conservation. Call for hours. Peninsula College 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 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. 13 KayakonLakeCrescent Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 SequimDungeness Valley Sequim the Dungeness Valley 1-800-737-8462 Small-Town Charm Sequim truly captures the friendly atmosphere of a small town. Enjoy browsing boutiques and art galleries in the quaint down- town savor a meal at one of the local restaurants and take in the spectacular surrounding scenery. Visit during one of Sequims many fun events 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. It is even home to a tiny prickly pear cactus. Averaging just 16 inches of annual rainfall Sequim is the perfect destination for outdoor adventure. Come to hike bike kayak golf and bird-watch. Bring binoculars to better enjoy the areas wonderful vistas. Rich in Agricultural Heritage Sequim is known for its organic fruits and vegetables and the fragrant herb lavender. In the summer pause at roadside stands and U-pick farms for raspberries blackberries blueberries and strawberries. Shop the Sequim Farmers Market for the freshest local produce. Visit local lavender farms to pick your own sweet bouquets and purchase hand-crafted lavender products. Many farms are open for U-pick from July through September. Also enjoy local products from the Dungeness Valley Cream- ery and savor the native Dungeness crab. John Wayne Marina Featured in SEA Magazine as Best of the West for small mari- nas this marina was constructed in 1985 on 22 acres donated by the John Wayne family. Actor John Wayne frequented Sequim Favorite Events Olympic Peninsula Bird Festival Apr 1517 360-681-4076 Guided trips boat tours workshops and presentations. Sequims 121st Irrigation Festival May 615 360-683-6197 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 log- ging show carnival and more. Sequim Lavender Weekend July 1517 360-683-6197 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 2728 360-461-3950 Fly-ins displays wing-walkers and hot air balloon rides. Dungeness River Festival Sequim Sept 2325 360-681-4076 Preserving the culture of the Dungeness River. North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival Oct 12 Workshops demonstrations museum exhibition and fiber arts market. Sequim Art Walk 1st Friday of every month 58PM SequimTravelPlannerandmoreinformation at theVisitorCenter1192E.Washington. 14 PhotoBarbaraHanna PhotoGeorgeGerkitz LavenderseasoninSequim PhotoLindaBarnfather JohnWayneMarina Points of Interest Museum and Arts CenterSequim-Dungeness Valley 175 W. Cedar St. 360-683-8110 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 Theatrical productions and educational programs that entertain stimulate and inspire community involvement. Dungeness River Audubon Center Locatedatthesiteofthehistoricrail- roadtrestlethatcrossestheriver. Thetrestlehasbeenconvertedto aplankedsectionoftheOlympic DiscoveryTrail.TheCenteroffersawide varietyofprogramsincludingweekly birdwalksexhibitsanddisplays. Olympic Game Farm OnceapopularfilmingsiteforWaltDisneyStudiosyoucandrive throughthisprivategamefarmandgetaclose-upviewofzebra bisonyaksandthefamouswavingKodiakbears.Afterthetourbe suretovisitthepettingfarmandfreshwateraquarium. Sequim Elk Herd Keepyoureyesopenforaglimpseofthe Sequimelkherdonthesoutheasternslopesoftown.Theherdis comprisedofabout70RooseveltelkandconsidersSequimpartof itsgrazingrange. TheLighthouseontheDungenessSpitTheSequimelkherd PhotoGeorgeGerkitz PhotoInsideOutSolutionsInc. 15 PhotoJerryFagerlund Bay waters aboard the family yacht Wild Goose and envisioned a marina in the scenic bay. Today the marina features permanent and guest moorage excellent marine services restaurant show- ers 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. It encompasses the Dunge- ness National Wildlife Refuge a sanctuary for shorebirds marine life and mammals ranging from seals to Columbian black-tailed deer. Trails and picnic areas offer sweeping views of the beaches Dungeness Harbor and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Hike or paddle to the end of the spit to see the New Dunge- ness Lighthouse built in 1857 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been manned by The New Dungeness Light Station Association since 1994 and offers the opportunity to be a Lighthouse Keeper for a week. Go at low tide if hiking and in calm seas if boating or kayaking. Call ahead for reservations as water access is limited to minimize disturbance to marine mammals and birds. 360-457-8451 FWS.govWashingtonMaritimeDungeness Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 Port Townsend Port Townsend PhotoChristinaPivarnik WashingtonsVictorianSeaportArtsCommunity 360-385-2722 One of Americas Coolest Small Towns 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. Discover its seafaring heritage historic homes art and music venues and parks beaches and trails. 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 towns rich history. Come for a wide range of festivals and events celebrating everything from jazz Shakespeare and Victorian heritage to rhodo- dendrons wooden boats and kinetic sculpture. Explore Port Townsends art galleries and distinctive shops enjoy live music and dine on local fare fresh from the farm field or sea. The town was dubbed the Paris of the Pacific Northwest by Sunset Magazine for its artistic soul and culinary scene in restau- rants bistros and cafes. The Port Townsend Farmers Market draws locals and visitors alike with more than 70 vendors 40 farms artisan bakers and cheese makers arts and crafts and music. Port Townsend and its environs are easy to discover on foot or by bicycle. Make this seaport your base to explore all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer. Outdoors on the Water From boating to kayaking cycling to hiking outdoor recreation is popular with locals and visitors alike. Rent a kayak classic wooden rowboat or a bicycle or take off on foot to explore trails with stun- ning views. Take a day trip to the San Juan Islands or to Protection Island. Enjoy wildlife tours to view whales puffins eagles and seals while learning about the unique ecology of Puget Sound. MapsforPortTownsendareavailableonline orattheVisitorCenter2409JeffersonStreet. Favorite Events Victorian Heritage Festival March 1820 360-385-6753 A celebration of the old thats new again. 81st Annual Rhododendron Festival May 1622 Enjoy the Pet Parade Bed Races Rhody Run and Grand Parade. 5th Annual Steampunk Hootenanny June 1013 360-301-5884 Aweekendofcreativegeniusweirdscienceandesotericapparel. Festival of American Fiddle Tunes July 39 360-385-3102 A foot-tapping celebration from the masters of fiddle traditions. Jazz Port Townsend July 2431 360-385-3102 The jazz worlds great artists offer memorable performances. ShakespeareintheParkAug528 360-379-0195 TwoGentlemenofVerona 40th AnnualWoodenBoatFestivalSept911 360-385-3628 Tour wooden boats learn maritime skills and attend exhibits. 17th AnnualPortTownsendFilmFestivalSept2325 360-379-1333 Six theaters 90 films one glorious film under the stars nightly. 34th Annual Kinetic Skulpture Race Oct 12 360-379-4972 or Kooky and ingenious contraptions try to race the course. 16 PhotoChristinaPivarnik Points of Interest Centrum Fort Worden State Park 360-385-3102 800-746-1982 for ticket sales Features workshops that bring students together with masters in the arts including Pulitzer Prize and Grammy winners. Coast Artillery Museum FortWordenStatePark360-385-0373 Preserves and interprets Coast Artillerys Harbor Defenses of Puget Sound 1880s1940s. Commanding Officers Quarters Museum Fort Worden State Park 360-385-1003 Built on Officers 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 LocatedinthehistoricCityHallthemuseumpreservesand promotesJeffersonCountyheritageincludingNativeAmerican historyVictorianlifemilitaryandmaritimememorabilia. KeyCityPublicTheatre 419 Washington St. 360-379-0195 360-385-5278for tickets KCPT is the Olympic Peninsulas premier theatre with award-winning live performances year-round programming and educational opportunities for all ages. Northwest Maritime CenterWooden Boat Foundation 431 Water St. 360-385-3628 Thisorganizationpreservesandcelebratestraditionalmaritimeskills andcultureprovidingprogramsandwaterclasses.Theyearly WoodenBoatFestivalhighlightstheseactivities. PortTownsendFarmersMarket Named the best farmers market in Washington State celebrating local farms and producers. PortTownsendMarineScienceCenter At Fort Worden Beach 360-385-5582 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 This 1868 Greek Revival style home on the National Register of Historic Places is filled with the objects and furnishings of theRothschild familys life for over 90 years. Fort Worden State Park Fort Worden is a destination that stays with you for a lifetime. Amidst magnificent natural beauty and the influence of its military past Fort Worden is home to inspiration education and personal transformation. Gather here to participate in arts and music events conferences camping and outdoor activities family reunions weddings and much more. Once you explore this 434-acre picturesque park with its miles of trails beaches and panoramic vistas of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains youll treasure your time here. 200 Battery Way 360-344-4400 Stay. Shop. Eat. Stay in one of Port Townsends historic hotels welcoming BBs or cool guesthouses to enjoy time in this Victorian seaport. Browse Port Townsends captivating art galleries and boutique shops. Sample delicious eateries in historic downtown. Walk up the steps by Haller Fountain to discover Uptown and sweeping views of sea and mountains. FortWordenStatePark 17 PhotoSteveMullensky BikingontheLarryScottTrail Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 Port Ludlow Once a logging and ship-building town Port Ludlow is now a vi- brant community with a 37-room boutique waterfront inn 300-slip marina and championship 18-hole golf course recognized as the Most Scenic in the World by Esquire Magazine. The inns award- winning restaurant offers sweeping views of Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the bounty of local farms produce artisan meats and cheese. Port Ludlow is less than a 10-minute drive from the west end of the Hood Canal Bridge. For outdoor adventures take a kayak or stand-up paddle board out on Ludlow Bay and explore the twin islands. Hike or bike 26 miles of maintained trails and experience Port Ludlows magical views and abundant wildlife. Head out into Puget Sound to drop crab pots or cast a line for salmon. Simply relax on the beach and admire stunning views across the water. ChimacumPortHadlockNordlandMarrowstoneIs. These rural communities were home to agriculture iron smelting and the lumber industry. While the latter two have mostly disap- peared new farms and a Chimacum cidery have sprung up to provide farm to table culinary treats. Parks and campgrounds provide recreation opportunities year round. Catch fish in freshwater lakes or saltwater bays. Gather clams and oysters when in season from many public beaches. Go kite and wind surfing off south Indian Island beaches during the brisk breezes of fall winter and spring. Marrowstone Island is home to several artists studios and a vineyard with tasting room. Fort Flagler State Park commands the islands tip with old gun batteries over 10 miles of hiking trails and views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. Port LudlowChimacumPort HadlockMarrowstone Is. Gateway Towns 360-437-0120 Favorite Events Tractor Days May 29 Nordland General Store 360-385- 0777 Tractor parade food live music family fun for all. Port Ludlow Festival by the Bay July 2224 Port Ludlow Arts and crafts sailboat and kayak races tennis and golf tournaments car show and more 14th Annual Jefferson County Farm Tour Sept 1718 360- 379-5610 ext100.wsu.eduJeffersonAgriculturefarm-tour Over 20 food and fiber farms throughout Jefferson County. Kids activities demos live music and amazing local food. 8th Annual Halloween Carnival Oct 2829 FortFlagler 360-385-1259Parks.Wa.govTrickorTreatandmore. Points of Interest Fort Flagler State Park This 1900s era Coast Artillery Fort on the tip of Marrowstone Island offers stunning water views beaches camping vacation homes large Retreat Center and miles of hiking trails. Parks.Wa.govparks Port Ludlow Falls This trail is about one mile long and features an easy walk through the solitude of a varied NW forest environment to cascading falls. WorldClassGolfDiscoveryBayPortLudlowandPortTownsend GolfClubsofferstunningPacificNWvistasandsomeofthefinest championshipgolfinWAwithin30minofHoodCanalBridge. FortFlaglerStateParksunrise 18 ResortAtPortLudlow PortLudlowGolfClub PhotosCourtesyofPortLudlowAssociatesLLC PhotoJonathanNelson Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 Quilcene Brinnon North Hood Canal Brinnon Quilcene Brinnon 360-796-4350 Quilcene 360-765-4999 PhotoJoyBaisch Favorite Events ShrimpFest May 2829 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. Concerts in the Woods Year round bi-monthly QuilceneCoyleConcerts.comIntimateconcertsattheendoftheearth. Quilcene Fair Sept 17 QuilceneFair.comQuilceneSchoolon Hwy101Paradeandcarnivalplusartscraftslocalvendors exhibitsgardenerscornerraffleslivemusicandclassiccars. Quilcene Half-Marathon 10K 5K Runs Sept 24 Three beautiful race courses wind through the forests and farmland overlooking Quilcene Bay. Points of Interest QuilceneHistoricalMuseum151E.ColumbiaSt.360-765- ExhibitsofQuilcenecommunityhistorywithmilitaryloggingand miningmemorabiliaartifactsdocumentsandphotographsand summermusiceventsattheLingerLongerOutdoorPerformance TheaterlocatedinWorthingtonPark. Bike Trails Bike map available at visitor centers or check the online bike map at WhitneyGardensNursery306264Hwy101Brinnon800-952- 2404WhitneyGardens.comWorld-renownedrhododendrons. Waterfalls Rocky Brook Murhut and Falls View Falls MountWalkerScenicdrivetofullvistafromtwopicniclookouts. Hood Canal Scuba Diving Shellfishing Gentle currrents and curious rock formations. Dive with giant Pacific octopus wolf eels rockfish and plumose anemones. Public shellfishing avail- able at Dosewallips State Park. ClammingattheDosewallipsRiverValley 19 PhotoCourtesyofOPVB ViewfromMt.Walker Quilcene Brinnon These two small towns lie between a scenic stretch of Hwy 101 which hugs the shore of the great fjord called Hood Canal and the eastern edge of the Olympic National Forest. Both towns provide access to hiking trails of all levels and great camping. Trek through the park for a week day-hike to a breathtaking location or take a short stroll with a picnic. Camp in the heart of either town in the forest or along the beach. Quilcene and Brinnon are the gateway to sheltered deep-water marinas three major rivers clam and oyster beaches and great bird and wildlife viewing. Kayak go boating scuba dive fish and swim. Attend a concert. Visit the Quilcene Historical Museum ma- jor oyster farms and seven-acre Whitney Gardens world-renowned as a rhododendron nursery. Enjoy the 120-foot waterfall at Falls View Campground Mount Walker viewpoints and Rocky Brook Falls all just a few minutes drive from either community. Two Visitors Centers provide detailed maps and up-to-date information. One is in the Quilcene Forest Service Ranger Station and the other in the Brinnon Community Center. Ranger Station 360-765-2200 FS.fed.usr6olympic Map Transportation Weather Information QUINAULT RESERVATION HOH RESERVATION QUILEUTE RESERVATION Pacific Ocean LOWER ELWHA RESERVATION MAKAH RESERVATION JAMESTOWN SKLALLAM TRIBE Anacortes Bainbridge Island Kitsap Peninsula Vancouver Island British Columbia Victoria B.C. Friday Harbor Orcas Island San Juan Island Tatoosh Island Lopez Island Vashon Island SeaTac Intl. 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Hamma Hamma Rd BeaverValleyRd BeaverValleyRd Lake Quinault SEATTLESEATTLE OZETTE RESERVATION ToVancouverBC ToPortlandOR 20 Tours Outfitters Adventures Through Kayaking Port Angeles 360-417-3015 All Points Charters Tours Van tours 360-460-7131 Birding Tour Sequim 360-681-4076 Dream Catcher Hot Air Balloon Giving wings to special needs Sequim 360-601-2433 Dungeness Kayaking Sequim 360-681-4190 Exotic Hikes Olympic National Park 360-350-8938 Experience Olympic Tours Ecotours guided hikes Port Angeles 360-808-9237 Forks Logging Mill Tour Available May-Sept Forks Chamber of Commerce 360-374-2531 Given to Glide Paddle Sports Sequim 888-216-0972 GoXpeditions Kayak paddle board rentals Sequim 360-300-7544 Facebook.comGoXpeditions Island Adventures Whale Watching Tours Port Angeles 360-293-2428 Kayak Brinnon Brinnon 360-796-4116 Lake Quinault Rainforest Coach Tours Lake Quinault Lodge 360-288- 2900 Merrie Ellen Schooner Brinnon 541-740-0053 Morning Star Balloon Co. and BB Hot Air Balloon Tours Sequim 360-601-2433 Olympic Peninsula Adventures Van tours 360-775-1102 Olympic Raft Kayak Port Angeles 360-452-1443 Pacific Adventure Brinnon 206-714-1482 Pacific Alpine Guides Port Townsend Historical Walking Tour Available AprSept 360-385- 1003 Puget Sound Express Whale wildlife birding boat tours Port Townsend 360-385-5288 Rainforest Paddlers Inc. Forks 360-374-5254 Twilight Tours by Team Forks Forks La Push 360-374-6931 Underground Heritage Tour Port Angeles 360-452-2363 Ext. 0 or 360-460-1001 From Vancouver BC Take the TsawwassenSchwartz 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 EdmondsKingston 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 and Neah Bay. 360-452-4511 800-858-3747 Jefferson Transit Port Townsend and surrounding areas including Lake 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 Fareschedule info 800-457-4492 360-417-0700 Northwest Passage Charters Tours Small and large group transporta- tion on the Olympic Peninsula and beyond plus shuttle from Sea-Tac. 360- 460-7131 360-813-3495 Rocket Transportation Provides auto and van door-to-door service on the Olympic Peninsula includes trips tofrom Sea-Tac. 260643 Hwy 101 Sequim 877-697-6258 360-683-8087 By Boat Blackball FerryMV CohoPort Angeles Vehicleandpassengerserviceto Puget Sound ExpressPort Townsend PassengerservicefromFriday 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.govferries By Car In Port Angeles serving the Olympic Peninsula Budget 360-457-4246 and Enterprise 360-417-3083 Distances from Port Angeles Miles Km Time Brinnon 56 90 115 Clallam BaySekiu 64 103 125 Forks 57 92 115 Hoh Rain Forest 88 142 200 Hurricane Ridge 18 30 40 Kalaloch 93 150 145 Lake Crescent 20 32 30 Neah Bay 87 140 200 Port Ludlow 50 96 110 Miles Km Time Port Townsend 50 80 110 Portland OR 255 410 400 Quilcene 45 72 100 Quinault 125 201 226 Seattlebyferry 76 122 300 SeaTacIntl.Airport 125 201 235 Sequim 15 24 25 SolDucHotSprings 36 58 105 VictoriaBCbyferry 18 30 130 21 Average Temperature Rainfall HiLo o F Inches Brinnon 7030 50 Clallam BaySekiu 6535 85 Forks 7041 120 Hoodsport 7831 100 Neah Bay 7035 99 Port Angeles 7040 25 HiLo o F Inches Port Ludlow 7035 19 Port Townsend 7040 18 Quilcene 7030 43 Quinault 7133 120 Sequim 7540 16 Shelton 7733 62 22 2016 Festivals Events YEAR ROUND Railroad Bridge Park Bird Walk Every Wed Meet at Dungeness River Audubon Ctr Sequim 8301030AM Jefferson Cty. Historical Society Lectures 1st Friday of every month 7PM 540 Water St Port Townsend 360-385-1003 Port Townsend Gallery Walks 1st Saturday of every month 58PM PTguide.comarts-music-theatre Concerts in the Woods Year round bi-monthly Quilcene Sequim 1st Friday Art Walk DowntownSequim1stFrievery BoysintheBoat Exhibitthrough2016 Museum ArtsCenter175WCedarStSequim ALL SUMMER Forks Logging Tours May 25Sept 7 every Wednesday 360-374-2531 Music in the Park JulyAugeveryTuesdaySequim JamesCtr.forthePerformingArtsnorth ofCarrieBlakePark360-683-4139 Outdoor Music Concert Series Concerts on the Pier JuneAug every Wednesday Port Angeles City Pier 6PM8PM Concerts on the Dock JulyAug every Thursday Pope Marine Visitor Plaza Port Townsend 530830PM Olympic Music Festival AugSept SatSun Fort Worden Port Townsend 360-732-4800 West End Thunder Drag Races JuneSept one weekendmo Forks Airport 360-374-6696 WestEndThunder.comforexactdates Art Ranger Tour JuneSept Port AngelesFineArtsCtrEvery1stSatat 10AM 3rdWedat 10AM 360-417- 4590 or 360-457-3532 JANUARY Jan 1 PolarBearDip Nordland General Store360-385-0777 Jan 8 WhoDunnit Downtown Sequim Jan 23 Snowgrass2016 Bluegrass concertPortAngelesH.S.Auditorium Jan 2930 12th AnnualStrange Brewfest PortTownsend FEBRUARY Feb 521 IDoIDo Sequim Olympic Theatre Arts 360-683-7326 Feb 1315 2021 RedWine ChocolateOlympicPeninsulaWineries Feb 1921 OlympicPeninsula SalmonDerby DependingonWA MARCH Mar 1820 VictorianHeritageFestival Port Townsend Mar 1920 GalaGardenShow Mar 1920 6th AnnualRock GemJewelryShow Port Angeles VernBurtonCmty.Ctr.360-417-4550 Mar 1920 OlympicDriftwoodSculp- tureSpringShow Dungeness River Audubon Center Railroad Bridge Park MarApr TBA Welcomingthe WhalesCeremony La Push APRIL Apr 819 Squabbles Sequim Olympic Theatre Arts 360-683-7326 Apr 1517 OlympicPeninsula BirdFest Sequim 360-681-4076 Apr 1517 FabricoftheForestQuilt Show Forks HS Auxiliary Gym Apr 1517 2223 RainFestRiver OceanDays Downtown Forks Apr 16 OATRun12KHalf Marathon Apr 23 EarthDayBeachCleanUp Clallam BaySekiu 360-963-2339 Apr 2324 PortAngelesKayakFilm Apr 30 EagleFestival Neah Bay 360-640-2967 Apr 30 19th AnnualAAUWUWF KitchenTour Port Townsend MAY May 1 AnnualKidsFishingDay 6 am Forks Bogachiel Rearing Pond May 615 121st AnnualSequim IrrigationFestival Sequim 360-683- 6197 May78NWWineCheeseTour OlympicPeninsulaWineries Mid-MayJunePeoniesonParade Sequim360-808-4099 May 1622 81st AnnualRhododen- dronFestival Port Townsend May 21 KidsFishingDay Sequim Water Reuse Demonstration Site May2730JuandeFucaFestivalof May 2829 Shrimpfest Brinnon EmeraldTowns.orgshrimpfest May 29 TractorDays Nordland General Store 360-385-0777 May 29June 4 PortTownsend ChamberMusicFestival Centrum Fort Worden State Park 360-385- 3102 JUNE June 5 NorthOlympicDiscovery Marathon Sequim to Port Angeles Olympic Discovery Trail 585-451- 0014 June 1013 5th Annual Steampunk Festival Port Townsend June 1112 DyfeltorspinFiberArts Event Sequim Happy Valley Alpaca Farm 360-681-0948 June 1819 6th Annual TodHorton MemorialCo-edSoftballTourney Forks Tillicum Park Ball Fields 360-640-1200 or 360-477-9898 June 25 QuinaultRainForest BikeRide 800-562-6672 June 25 GetIntoYour SanctuaryDay 360-457-6622 June TBA ClallamCounty MasterGardenersGardenTour ext100.WSU.eduClallamGardeningmg JULY July 14 ForksOld-Fashioned 4th ofJuly July 39 FestivalofAmerican FiddleTunes Centrum Fort Worden State Park 360-385-3102 July 4 MakahTribe4thofJuly Neah Bay 360-645-2201 July 4 IndependenceDayCelebration Sequim 124pm KSQM Radio 577 W Washington St 360-681-0000 July 824 Scapino Sequim Olympic Theatre Arts 360-683-7326 July 89 35th AnnualClallamBay SekiuFunDays SekiuClallam Bay July 9 BrunchintheBlooms Sequim Jardin du Soleil 360-582-1185 July 9 RunAMuckChallenge Port Angeles Extreme Sports Park July 1517 QuileuteDays La Push 360-374-5091 July 1517 SequimLavenderWeek- endHome of the Sequim Lavender Festival street fair farm tours cmty. events July 1517 PuffinMarineCruise Sequim John Wayne Marina July 1517 SunbonnetSueQuilt ShowDisplaySequimMiddleSchool Gym 23 For a complete list of area events visit July 1517 DriftwoodArtShow SequimMiddleSchoolGym July 1517 ArtJam2016Sequim RockHollowFarmArtStudio360-460- July 2224 PortLudlowFestivalby theBay July 2431 JazzPortTownsend Centrum Fort Worden State Park 360-385-3102 July 2931 AllBreedDogShows ObedienceRallyTrials Hurricane Ridge Kennel Club Sequim High School Field July 30 AmericanSprintBoatRace Port Angeles Extreme Sports Park July 30 HymnSingbytheSeaSequim George Washington Inn 360-452- 5207 July 3031 26th AnnualFredOrr MemorialCo-edSoftballTourneyForks 360-477-9898 July 31Aug 7 AcousticBluesFesti- val Centrum Fort Worden State Park 360-385-3102 AUGUST Aug 57 HobieCatRegatta Lake Quinault 360-288-2535 Aug 56 BluesintheClubs Port Townsend Aug 528 ShakespeareinthePark TwoGentlemenofVerona Port Townsend Aug 6 34th AnnualJoyceDaze WildBlackberryFestival Joyce Aug 6 TourdeLavender Sequim Aug 7 RidetheHurricane Hurricane Ridge Rd Port Angeles Aug 1114 NorthwestColonial FestivalSequim George Washing- ton Inn 360-452-5207 Aug 12 QuilceneHistoricalMuseum AnnualWineBeerCiderTasting Gala Aug 1214 80th AnnualJefferson CountyFair Jefferson County Fairgrounds 360-385-1013 Aug 1821 ClallamCountyFair Clallam County Fairgrounds 360-417-2551 Aug 1921 RainforestRun MotorcycleRally Forks Aug 20 26th AnnualUptownStreet FairCraftsFair Port Townsend Aug 2123 MoonFest Quilcene Facebook.comonevision.moonfest Aug 2128 PaintthePeninsulaPlein AirEvent Peninsula-wide 360-457- 3532 Aug TBA AmericanSprintBoatRace Port Angeles Extreme Sports Park Aug 2628 92nd AnnualMakahDays Aug 27 HotThunderNite Forks Aug 2728 4th AnnualOlympicPen- insulaAirAffair Sequim360-461- SEPTEMBER Sept TBA ClallamBaySekiuFishing Derby360-963-2339 Sept812ForeverTwilightinForks360- Sept 911 40th AnnualWoodenBoat Festival Port Townsend 360-385-3628 Sept 10 GreatStraitSale 61-mile event along Hwy 112 360-457-1424 Highway112.orgsale.asp Sept 10 15th Annual BearCreekChili CookoffPotluck Beaver Hungry Bear Caf 360-327-3225 Sept 10 AmericanSprintBoatRace Port Angeles Extreme Sports Park Sept 1011 29th AnnualWestEndCo- edInvitationalSoftballTourneyForks 360-477-9898 Sept 17 GOATRunFullHalf Marathon Sept 17 InternationalBeachClean-up Clallam BaySekiu 360-963-2339 Sept 17 QuilceneFairParade ClassicCarShow 360-765-4999 Sept 1718 14th AnnualWSUFarm Tour Jefferson County Farms 360- 379-5610 Sept 2325 DungenessRiverFestival Sequim Railroad Bridge Park 360- 681-4076 Sept 2325 17th AnnualPort TownsendFilmFestival Port Townsend 360-379-1333 Sept 24 QuilceneHalf- Marathon10K5KRuns Sept 24 BigHurt4-legrace Port Angeles Sept 2527 ArtsDraughts Festival Port Angeles Sept 28Oct 2 UkuleleFestival Centrum Fort Worden State Park 360-385-3102 OCTOBER Oct 12 34th AnnualKinetic SkulptureRace Port Townsend 360-379-4972 360-385-7306 Oct 12 HobuckHoedownPaddle SurfFestival Neah Bay Oct 12 N.OlympicFiberArtsFestival Sequim Oct 12 LastChanceSalmonDerby La Push 360-374-2531 ForksWA.comSalmonDerby Oct 59 HickoryShirtHeritageDays Forks 360-374-2531 Oct 79 DungenessCrab SeafoodFestival Port Angeles Waterfront 360-452-6300 Oct 8 FishNBrew Forks 360-374- 2531 Oct 1416 IntlForestStorytelling Festival Port Angeles Peninsula College 360-417-5031 Oct 2123 RainForestMushroom Festival Lake Quinault Lodge 360- 288-2900 Oct 23 HarvestFestival Nordland General Store 360-385-0777 Oct 2829 FortFlaglerHalloween Carnival 69pm Fort Flagler State Park 360-385-1259 NOVEMBER Nov 1113 HarvestWineTour OlympicPeninsulaWineries Nov 1113 WestEndWeekend Kalaloch Lodge 360-385-1003 Nov 12 22nd Annual WineCheese Soiree Forks 360-374-2531 Nov 1819 NatureMart Sequim Dungeness River Ctr. 360-681-4076 Nov 26 HometownHolidaysTree LightingSantaVisit Sequim Nov 26 QuilceneHolidayBazaar Quilcene Cmty. Center DECEMBER Dec HolidayEventsConcerts Sequim events-calendar Dec 24 CherishOurChildren TwinkleLightHolidayParade Forks 360-374-2531 Dec 24 22nd AnnualFestivalofTrees Forks 360-374-2531 Dec 3 PortTownsendCmty.Tree LightingSantaVisit Haller Fountain Dec 34 PortAngelesChristmasFair 360-417-4550 Dec 34 TreeLightingatNordland GeneralStoreSantaVisit Dec 19 ChristmasBirdCount Sequim Dungeness River Audubon Center 360-681-4076 24 PhotoDaveLogan PhotoCourtesyofOPVBAcross the Strait of Juan de Fuca from the Olympic Peninsula Victoria British Columbia is always in seasonA cosmopolitan city with a small- town atmosphere it is the capital city of British Columbia and the seat of Provincial Government. Renowned for its charming ambience Victoria boasts heritage buildings colorful gardensoutdoorrecreationandmarineadven- turesateveryturn.Amongitsworld-classattractionsaretheelegant FairmontEmpressHotelandthemagnificentButchartGardensbothof whichhaveplayedimportantrolesinVictoriascolorfulhistory. PhotoCourtesyofBlackBallFerry CohoFerryarrivinginVictoriaBCCanada TRAVEL ADVISORY Clickonthe Transportationlinkat forcurrentinfor- mationontravelto Canadaincluding I.D.requirements.Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim ForksLa Push Olympic National Park Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympia Victoria B.C. 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 CANADA Victoria BC in Canada is a year round tourism destina- tion offering a friendly haven for all visitors. Getting there is easy See page 21 for ferry information. More Parks to Enjoy In addition to our national park and national forest the Olympic Peninsula offers 13 state parks and nearly 100 county city and privately operated parks for outdoor recreation. Discover oppor- tunities for biking walking horseback riding fishing boating beachcombing and more. Many state and county parks also offer excellent camping facilities. For campsites during the busy summer months reservations are encouraged where available. For detailed information and reservations Washington State Parks Parks.Wa.Gov Clallam County Parks Clallam.netParks Jefferson County Parks CountyRec.comInfo For additional information visit community websites or check with local visitor centers listed on the back. Other Area Parks Two-Nation Vacation BirderatSaltCreek PointWilsonLighthouse 25 Celebrate the Elwha Our Working Forests Mother Nature Restored by Dam Removal The removal of 100-year-old Elwha and Glines Canyon dams on the Elwha River began in mid-September 2011 as the largest dam removal and restoration project in U.S. history. Today with both dams gone the Elwha River flows freely through the valley from its headwaters in the Olympic Mountains to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Lake Mills and Lake Aldwell reservoirs have drained and for the first time in a century salmon and other migratory fish returned within months to 70 miles of spawning habitat bring- ing with them the promise of a restored ecosystem and renewed cultural tradition for the Elwha Klallam Tribe. 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 more than a century. In the late 19th century forests contributed sig- nificantly to the building of Americas cities and transportation systems. Olympic forests provided a growing nation with the neces- sary wood products to build a sustainable quality of life for ev- eryone. The practice of forestry is now evolving with the publics growing appreciation of wild spaces and renewal of natural resources. This is the legacy and the benefit of the working forest. The Olympic Peninsulas forestry 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 learn about the working forest. Visit Merrill Rings 125-year-old tree farm at Pysht for insight on forestrys evolving management of sus- tainable natural resources. To learn more please visit Forestry. orgWashingtonforest. PhotoJohnGussman PhotoJohnGussman SalmonreturningtotheElwha PhotoGregKingstonPhotoCourtesyofBurkeCatalogueCollectionoftheNorthOlympicLibrarySystem 21stcenturysustainableforestry Elwha River Restoration Viewpoints There are two locations to view the old dam sites. The Glines Canyon Overlook at former Lake Mills has part of the old dam remaining with interpretive panels along the viewing walkway. Trails along the former shores and lakebed offer a perspective of the large restora- tion area. The previous site of the Elwha Dam can be found off Highway 112 between Mile- post 60-61 and Lower Dam Road. Join us for the dedication of the new Elwha Interpretive Center on May 1 2016. The Elwha River Restoration story continues ElwhaInterpretiveCenter underconstruction Early loggers OPENING MAY 1 26 PhotoLaniDoely Take a Magical Misty TourDrive the Loop Highway 101 offers a scenic driving loop around the Olympic Peninsula. Its 350 miles truly show off the majestic Olympic Mountains spectacular ocean beaches and lush temperate rain forests. Overnight stays are strongly encouraged. Along the way explore coastal lighthouses old military forts and birding locations. Pause in a Victorian seaport enjoy wine beer or cider tastings play on a championship golf course and get off the beaten path to discover what the locals treasure. For example follow the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail or the Olympic Culinary Loop around the peninsula. Find the eight lighthouses along the loop reaching from the Point Wilson Light- house in Port Townsend to the Grays Harbor lighthouse. Drive the Quinault Rain Forest Loop around Lake Quinault to view gigantic trees and impressive waterfalls. With all there is to explore on the Olympic Peninsula Loop plan several days to best experience its rich diversity. LakeQuinault PhotoCourtesyofOPVB The Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail offers year- round adventure and dramatic beauty. In spring see roaring rivers and thundering waterfalls created by snowmelt and spring showers. In summers warmth dangle your feet in a cool pool at the base of falls. Scout water- falls amidst turning autumn leaves and glorious fall color. Take an adventure to a waterfall in winter for a fairyland world of icicles and snow. All seasons are photogenic. Share them on the waterfall website. Visit On the website youll find the following resources 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 SpoonCreekFalls Seattle Port Townsend Quilcene Brinnon To Shelton Mason Cty Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Marrow- stone Is. Sequim Gardiner Forks Kalaloch La Push Clallam Bay Sekiu Port Angeles Joyce Neah Bay Olympic National Park Olympia Lake Quinault Lake Crescent 5 101 101 101 101 104 112 3 PhotoLandonJohnson FallsCreekFalls Olympic Coast Cuisine Fresh Local The Olympic Peninsulas shorelines and farms produce a bounty of fresh delicacies. Shellfish beds and saltwater beaches supply plump oysters shrimp geoducks and clams. Glacier-turned soils grow many crops in the mild climate. Savor excellent berries and fruit and sample honey from apiaries. Enjoy abundant produce and herbs creamery products from dairy farms and bakery goods made with local grains. Be a Culinary Adventurer Take your taste buds on tour by doing the Olympic Culinary Loop. Sample chefs offerings created with sustainable locally-grown and foraged ingredients for farm-to-table experiences. Visit Farmers Markets and take in culinary events. Taste handcrafted local wines microbrews and ciders. Download the Olympic Culi- nary Adventure map to find farms producers and restaurants at Facebook.comOlympicCulinaryLoop 27 Restaurantsfeaturewhatsfreshandlocal Culinary lavender PhotoKathyGehrt Farmers Markets Enjoy the local bounty at the seasonal Farmers Markets. Its a weekly celebration with live music and colorful stands of fresh fruit veggies flowers and handcrafted wares. Chimacum Farmers Market JuneOct 9122 Rhody Dr. Chimacum Corner Farmstand 360-732-0107 Forks Open Aire Market Mid-May to Mid-Oct 1421 S. Forks Ave. 360-327-3877 Port Angeles Farmers Market Sat year round Wed June Sept Downtown at Gateway Transit Ctr. PortAngelesFarmers- Port Townsend Farmers Market Sat AprDec Uptown on Tyler St. Wed JulySept Polk Lawrence Sequim Farmers Market MayOct at 2nd Cedar St. Celebrate More events on pages 2223 Celebrate the Olympic Peninsulas culinary abundance Feb1321OlympicPeninsulaWineriesRedWineChocolateTour May 78 Olympic Peninsula Wineries NW Wine Cheese Tour May 2829 Shrimpfest Brinnon June 9 Taste of Port Townsend Aug 6 Annual Joyce Daze Wild Blackberry Festival Sept 1718 WSU Farm Tour Jefferson County Farms Oct 79 Dungeness Crab Seafood Festival Port Angeles Oct 2123 Rain Forest Mushroom Festival Lake Quinault Lodge Nov 1113 Olympic Peninsula Wineries Harvest Wine Tour PhotoChristinaPivarnik PortTownsendFarmersMarket Fishers re-introduced into the ONP in 2008 but elusive. Eaglesfalconsandhawks raptors populate many areas of the peninsula. Salmon fall is spawning season for several salmon species in rivers and streams. Black-taileddeerfrequently spotted in the hills and lowlands. Hikers Paradise The Peninsula has over 900 miles of hiking trails and many can be enjoyed year round. They range from easy nature trails to rug- ged wilderness tracks plus rock climbing in the high moun- tains. Explore the trails and visit scenic backcountry while being considerate to leave no trace of your passing. Hikers with dogs prefer Forest Service trails where their four-legged friends can be off-leash. More dog-friendly details on page 5. SailingMarinas The Strait of Juan de Fuca offers a challenging and exhilarating sailing experience. Enjoy calmer sailing and boating in Hood Canal a glacial fjord with many secluded coves and beaches. The Quilcene Boat Haven and two Pleasant Harbor marinas are locat- ed there. Other marinas offer public moorage in Port Townsend Port Hadlock and Port Ludlow. Along the strait Port Angeles Harbor and Sequim Bay have protected moorage for small craft. Marinas catering to ocean fishing include world-renowned Sekiu Clallam Bay and Neah Bay. On the Pacific Ocean coast La Push features saltwater charter fishing. 28 Golfing A mild climate and small crowds make golfing a year-round activity. PortAngeles Semi-private Peninsula Golf Course and Par 3 links course at Salt Creek PortTownsendpubliccourses Discovery Bay and Port Townsend Golf Course Sequim Cedars at Dungeness with its famous crab-shaped sand trap Sunland Golf Country Club and SkyRidge Golf Course TheResortAtPortLudlow Championshipmost sceniccourse Water Adventures The Olympic Peninsula has many lakes rivers and shorelines that offer fresh and saltwater opportunities for water adventures. SurfingLa Pushs First Beach and Neah Bays Hobuck Beach. StandUpPaddlingSUPLake Crescent and the sandy beaches of Crescent Bay and Salt Creek Recreation Area. KayakingHood Canals shores and the Strait of Juan de Fucas coast from Port Townsend to Neah Bay. RaftingandkayakingHoh Quillayute Sol Duc and Elwha rivers. SmallboatsSequim Bay Port Angeles Harbor and Clallam Bay plus area lakes. WaterrecreationbirdsandsealifeFreshwater Bay west of Port Angeles and protected Dungeness Bay north of Sequim. DivingSurrounded on three sides by water the Olympic Pen- insula has some of the best diving on the West Coast. There are many locations around the coast of the Peninsula that offer diving and marine services. FreshwaterdivingLake Crescent and Lake Ozette. SaltwaterdivingHood Canal is world-renowned for its waters clarity in the off-season. Advanceddivingopen coastal waters of the National Marine Sanctuary. Wildlife Viewing The Olympic Peninsula is one of the best places to view diverse wildlife at close proximity. The Olympic National Park ONP Visitor Center has information on indigenous species and safety information about animals better not seen up close such as black bear bobcats and cougar. Rooseveltelk in the lower ONP areas and often seen on the peninsula. Mountaingoatsandmarmots in ONP at higher altitudes. Special Interest Travel ElkHerd PhotoJeanWyattPhotoCourtesyofOPVB StanduppaddlingatFreshwaterBay 29 PhotoBillRoney HohRiverSteelhead Fishing Foraging The Olympic Peninsula is bordered by the Pacific Ocean the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Hood Canal plus it has some of the best river fishing in the world. Sekiu Clallam Bay Neah Bay and La Push have been ocean-fishing destinations for decades. Many charters sail out of these harbors. The Bogachiel Hoh and Sol Duc Rivers offer superb freshwater fishing plus the many lakes offer excellent fishing too. Note regulations which can vary. The Olympic Peninsula is home of the prized Dungeness crab celebrated annually during the Dungeness Crab Seafood Festival in Port Angeles. Hood Canal especially near Quilcene and Brinnon is famous for its shellfish. Birding Enthusiasts come to the Olympic Peninsula from around the world to watch for more than 300 species of birds including bald eagles marbled murrelets brants falcons dippers and widgeons. Popular coastal viewing areas include Cape Flattery Neah Bay along Hwy 112 Port Angeles waterfront and Ediz Hook Dungeness Spit and Mar- rowstone Island east of Port Townsend. Protection Island at the head of Discovery Bay provides nesting habitat to 70 of Puget Sounds seabird population. Bald eagles harbor seals and deer from the mainland also feed and breed here. Though no access to the island is permitted several companies of- fer boat tours to view this 364-acre site from the water. Inland go bird-watching by the upper waters of Dungeness and Gray Wolf Rivers in Olympic National Forest and at Hurricane PhotoSueChickman Ridge in the Olympic National Park. The Dungeness River Audu- bon Center at Railroad Bridge Park offers Wednesday morning bird walks year round. Visit for more information. Four Casinos ElwhaRiverCasinolocated about 15 minutes west of Port Ange- les more than 100 electronic slot machines. 7CedarsCasinoon Hwy 101 at Blyn five miles east of Sequim. Operated by the Jamestown SKlallam tribe highlighted by its totem poles. LittleCreekCasinoResortfive minutes drive south of Shelton owned and operated by the Squaxin Island Tribe features a lodg- ing facility with pool sauna and on-site spa. LuckyDogCasinolocated in in Hoodsport operated by the Skokomish Nation a more intimate gaming experience. PhotoDebbiePreston OzetteBeach Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary The3189squarenauticalmilesofprotectedmarinewatersoffthe ruggedOlympicPeninsulacoastlineishometoanabundanceofma- rinemammalsfishandseabirds.Itextends25to40milesseaward coveringmuchofthecontinentalshelfandseveralmajorsubmarine canyons.Alongitsshoresarethrivingintertidalcommunitiesteem- ingwithfishkelpandothersealife.Alongtheseabedscattered communitiesofdeepseacoralandspongesformhabitatsforfishand otherimportantmarinewildlife. VisittheOlympicCoastDiscoveryCenterinPortAngelestolearn aboutthesemarinecreaturesandhabitats.FREEadmission.Open daily10am5pmfromMemorialDaythroughLaborDay.Open weekendsonly10am5pmSeptemberthroughmid-October.To scheduleatourintheoff-seasonphone360-457-6622. AmericanGoldfinch 30 Cycling Specialty Touring PortAngeles.orgpagesRideTheHurricane PhotoInsideOutSolutionsInc. CyclingontheOlympicDiscoveryTrail RidingthetwistiesontheOlympicPeninsula PhotoJimMcCauley Cycling on the Olympic Discovery Trail Olympic DiscoveryTrail ODT is a trail system that combines railroad right-of-way public roads and trails along the northern edge of the Olympia Peninsula. The ODT grows as sections are completed. Eventually it will connect Port Townsend to La Push on the Pacific Ocean. Suitable for all non-motorized traffic including equestrians in most places. Cycling Events In addition to the ODT cyclists will find all kinds of terrain from rugged mountain biking to relaxing family rides. Cycling events include Tour de Lavender Showcasing lavender farms of Sequim- Dungeness Valley. Tour de Dungeness Road Races Two single-day races in Sequim starting at Dungeness State Park and Recreation Area. This flat fast course is a 12-mile lap course on chip-seal surface. Enjoy the gorgeous views. ClassicCycleus.comHometour-de-dung Ride the Hurricane This unique event allows cyclists a vehicle-free recreational bike ride up to Hurricane Ridge beginning at three different starting locations. It is considered one of the premier cycling uphill rides in the country. PortAngeles.orgpagesRideTheHurricane Touring the Olympic Peninsula Motorcyclists find U.S. HWY 101 an exhilarating ride around the entire Olympic Peninsula. The route includes sweeping views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca Pacific Ocean Olympic Mountains and Hood Canal. Plus great routes branch off Hwy 101 for side trips Hwy 112 one of the newest Scenic Byways hugs the coast with plenty of pullouts to stop and watch for whales. Old Olympic Highway near Sequim through U-pick farms and lavender fields. Hwy 20 from Discovery Bay to Port Townsend and Fort Flagler State Park. The winding road up to Hurricane Ridge with sweeping views at the top. Roads into the Olympic National Park to Sol Duc Hot Springs and the Hoh Rain Forest. Hwy 101 along the glacier-carved fjord of Hood Canal. RVing Camping RVers enjoy an abundance of RV parks and campgrounds. Olym- pic National Park has 12 camp- grounds that will accommodate RVs and the National Forest has 11. Numerous private camp- grounds are located throughout the region with various 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 have their choice of a variety of camping experiences. PhotoCourtesyInsideOutSolutionsInc. Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide ofUnits RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Comp.Breakfast Internet MeetingFacilities ChildrenWelcome PetswRestrictions HandicapAccessible PoolHotorJettedTub Quinault amanda park Cottage PeaksCottage Cove 2 225 325 Lake front Hawks Landing 52 Lakeview Dr Amanda Park 98526 360-580-4908 vrbo.com736872 2 348 700 Two-home estate Lake Quinault Lodge 345 S Shore Rd Quinault 98575360-288-2900888-896-3818 91 127 327 866-251-1160 Lochaerie Resort 638 N Shore Rd Amanda Park 98526 360-288-2215 6 160 205 Lkshorecabinskitchens Quinault River Inn 8 River Dr Amanda Park 98526 360-288-2237 800-410-2237 8 80 154 R Views central location Rain Forest Resort Village 516 S Shore Rd Quinault 98575 360-288-2535 800-255-6936 29 89 240 Rainforest escape Forks La Push Beaver A Cozy River House Steelhead Ave Forks 98331 360-374-4046 866-543-4166 1 195 295 Riverfront secluded A Cozy River House II Steelhead Ave Forks 98331 360-374-4046 866-543-4166 1 200 325 Riverfront spacious A River Cabin Retreat Steelhead Ave Forks 98331 360-780-0578 1 200 325 Riverfront getaway A River Runs Through It Forks 98331 360-327-3755 3 102 235 Fire pit by river Bear Creek Motel RV Park Cabin 205860 Hwy 101W Beaver 98305 360- 327-3225 10 75 125 Centrally located Blue Heron Lodge Cabin 206114 Hwy 101 Port Angeles 98363 360-327-3212 2 125 325 R Spacious riverfront Bogachiel River Vacation Home Forks 98331 360-981-0505 1 250 500 Riverfront Bogie Bungalow Forks 98331 360-374-9135 1 115 115 Secluded riverfront Cabin on the Middlerun Forks 98331 360-780-0293 vrbo.com601332 1 145 189 Sol Duc riverfront The Cabins at Beaver Creek 272 Rixon Rd Sappho 98305 360-327-3867 4 120 210 Riverside Cedar Creek Cabins the Eagles Nest 107 Dowans Creek Rd 7.5 miles south of Forks 360-374-3259 2 130 165 Pvt. river trail DishTV Dew Drop Inn 100 Fernhill Rd Forks 98331 360-374-4055 888-433-9376 22 59 189 Breakfast bar Far West Motel 251 N. Forks Ave Forks 98331 360-374-5506 7 40 100 Super friendly Fishermans Cove Forks 98331 360- 374-6095 360-640-1654 1 80 125 Close to beaches Fishermans Widow B B 62 Steelhead Ave Forks 98331 360-374-5693 2 125 135 Private entrances Forks Motel 351 S. Forks Ave Forks 98331 360-374-6243 800-544-3416 73 60 158 R Seasonal pool central Hard Rain Cafe RV Park 5763 Upper Hoh Rd Forks 98331 360-374-9288 13 20 30 R Rafting kayaking Hidden Duc Cabin 194262 Hwy 101 Forks 98331 360-640-8005 1 160 200 Cozy riverview Huckleberry Lodge Cabins 1171 Big PineWay Forks 98331 360-374-4090 4 70 140 Fire pit RV sites wi-fi Jacob Blacks Vacation Home 8320 LaPush Rd Forks 98331 360-640-0238 360-374-5360 2 180 250 Houseduplex rental Kalaloch Lodge 157151 Hwy. 101 Forks 98331 360-962-2271 866-662-9969 65 95 345 R Oceanviewromantic Little Joes Bungalow at BBG 1222 South Forks Ave Forks 98331 360-374-5003 2 80 120 R Close to town The Loft 480 Smith Rd Forks 98331 360-327-3348 Facebook.comTheLoftInForks 2 80 160 R Vast secluded Manitou Lodge 813 Kilmer Rd Forks 98331 360-374-6295 7 99 179 6 R Secluded lodge Mill Creek Inn HotelMotel and BB 1061 S. Forks Ave Forks 98331 360-374-5873 6 65 200 Fishingcharterscabins Miller Tree Inn 654 E. Division St Forks 98331 360-374-6806 800-943-6563 8 120 250 R 1916 farmhouse Misty Valley Inn 194894 Hwy. 101 N. Forks 98331 360-374-9389 877-374-9389 4 85 160 12 Elegance in the mist Mountain View Cabin Resort 252 Maxfield Homestead Rd Forks 98331 4 65 85 R Log cabins for 2-8 New Moon Breaking Dawn Cottage House Forks 98331 360-640-0184 360-374-6781 1 200 200 Central location Olsons Vacation Cabins 2423 Mora Rd Forks 98331 360-374-3142 3 99 135 ClosesttoRialtoBeach Olympic Suites Inn 800 Olympic Dr Forks 98331 360-374-5400 800-262-3433 34 54 149 R 1st choice in Forks 31 Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. ofUnits RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Comp.Breakfast Internet MeetingFacilities ChildrenWelcome PetswRestrictions HandicapAccessible PoolHotorJettedTub Forks La Push Beaver CONTINUED Pacific Inn Motel 352 S. Forks Ave Forks 98331 360-374-9400 800-235-7344 35 54 189 Twilight rooms Quileute OceanSide Resort 330 Ocean Dr LaPush 98350 360-374-5267 800-487-1267 71 29 299 R Oceanfront cabins Quillayute River Resort 473 Mora Rd Forks 98331 360-374-7447 6 125 195 Quillayute riverfront Rainforest Hostel 169312 Hwy. 101 Forks 98331 360- 374-2270 2 R See website for rates Rhodey Rental Forks 98331 360-461-2278 VRBO.com350535 1 150 150 Sleeps 68 Riverview Cabin 33 Mora Rd Forks 98331 360-374-3398 1 95 115 Spacious friendly River Inn B B 2596 BogachielWay Forks 98331 360- 374-6526 3 65 160 Private setting Shadynook Cottage Guest House 81 Ash Ave Forks 98331 360- 374-5497 3 125 145 Private cottages Sol Duc Cabin Fever 198 Shuwah Rd Forks 98331 360-640-0761 or 360-374-6481 1 89 119 R River access Sol Duc Riverside Cottages Forks 98331 360-327-3755 or 360-477-9932 3 135 215 Riverfront Three Rivers Resort Guide Service 7764 LaPush Rd Forks 98331 360- 374-5300 8 73 179 Close to beaches Town Motel 1080 S. Forks Ave Forks 98331 360- 374-4115 19 49 139 R Cleanaffordablewi-fi Twilight Eclipse Cabin Forks 98331 360-640-0184 360-374-6781 1 160 160 R Private trail Wolf Den Cabin Rental 8343 La Push Rd Forks 98331 360-374-2690 2 200 300 R Family friendly Wood Street Guesthouse 60Wood St Forks 98331 360- 640-4469 2 75 199 R Cleancentrallocation Clallam Bay Sekiu Neah Bay Allens Beach Hideaway Sekiu 98381 360-780-0293 vrbo.com371432 2 119 225 R JuandeFucawaterfront Apocalypto Motel 1110 BayView Ave Neah Bay 98357 360-640-4568 360-640-2192 2 95 135 StraitviewssatelliteTV Bay Motel 15562 HWY 112 Sekiu 98381 360-963-2444 16 68 117 Restaurant views Bullman Beach Inn 1663 Hwy 112W Sekiu 98381 360-645-2306 4 100 120 Oceanfrontkitchens Butlers Motel Nature Museum 910Woodland Ave Neah Bay 98357 360-640-0948 6 55 75 1 block from bay Cape Resort 1510 Bayview Ave Neah Bay 98357 360-645-2250 866-744-9944 10 88 110 R Woods setting Chito Beach Resort 7639 Highway 112Sekiu 98381 360-963-2581 6 125 170 Cozy beach cabins Curleys Resort and Dive Center 291 Front St Sekiu 98381 360-963-2281 800-542-9680 20 50 100 Located on straits Hobuck Beach Resort RV 2726 Makah Passage Rd Neah Bay 98357 360-645-2339 26 110 200 R Oceanfront cabins The Inn at Neah Bay 1562 Hwy 112 Sekiu 98381 360-374-2225 4 90 160 12 Along the strait Lost Resort at Lake Ozette 20860 Hoko-Ozette Rd Lake Ozette 98326 360-963-2899 800-950-2899 3 85 95 Private secluded Masons Resort Inc. RV 444 Front St Sekiu 98381 360-963-2311 21 70 200 Located on Strait Middle Point Inn 15526 Hwy 112 Sekiu 98381 360-963-2788 1 135 200 16 Strait view home Ravens Corner Guest House 221 HalfWay Creek Rd Neah Bay 98357 360-645-2074 1 100 150 Quiet clean kitchen Snow Creek Fishing Resort Hwy 112 at MP 691 Neah Bay 98357 360-645-2284 800-883-1464 8 85 115 R Whale watching Straitside Resort 241 Front St Sekiu 98381 360-963-2100 7 69 165 Romantic charming Van Ripers Resort and RV 280 Front St Sekiu 98381 360-963-2334 888-462-0803 12 70 190 On the water A View RV Cabins 92W. Kellogg Clallam Bay 98326 360-640-0686 7 25 55 R Juan de Fuca setting Winter Summer Inn BB 16651 Hwy 112 Clallam Bay 98326 360-963-2264 4 75 150 12 J Strait river view Joyce Port Angeles PA Aircrest Motel 1006 E Front St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-9255 24 64 82 R Budget motor inn All View Motel 214 E Lauridsen Port Angeles 98362 360-457-7779 888-457-7779 20 49 139 Family-owned 32 Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide Chez ZigZag 204West 2nd St Port Angeles 98362 360-504-2929 1 145 175 Overlooks PA Harbor Colettes Bed Breakfast 339 Finn Hall Rd Port Angeles 98362 360-457-9197 5 150 395 Oceanfront 10 acres Days Inn 1510 E Front St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-4015 109 69 159 Centrally located Discovery Lodging 345 Heron Cove Rd Port Angeles 98363 877-337-9090 6 150 500 Waterfront property Domaine Madeleine Bed Breakfast 5 200 475 Romanticgardens The Downtown Hotel 101 12 E Front St Port Angeles 98362 866-688-8600 17 45 120 European motel Eden by the Sea B B 1027 Finn Hall Rd Port Angeles 98362 360-452-6021 4 160 215 16 Spectacular views Elwha Ranch Bed Bath 905 Herrick Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-457-6540 3 130 145 Glacier mountain view Fairmount Motel 1137 Hwy 101W Port Angeles 98363 360-452-1627 13 59 99 By airport Fernhaven Cottage Port Angeles 98363 360-461-6484 2 65 135 Peacefulcountrysetting Five SeaSuns Bed Breakfast 1006 S Lincoln St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-8248 800-708-0777 5 125 175 R Watermountainviews Flagstone Motel 415 E First St Port Angeles 98362 360-457-9494 888-304-3465 45 45 139 Economy hotel George Washington Inn 939 Finn Hall Rd Port Angeles 98362 360-452-5207 5 235 350 R Majestic peaceful The Harborview Vacation Rental Port Angeles 98362 360-452-6014 888-233-9648 1 160 170 Waterviewpeaceful A Hidden Haven Port Angeles 98363 360-452-2719 7 189 309 R R Luxury seclusion Hikers Delight Wasankari Rd Port Angeles 98383 360-531-0199 VRBO.com405369 1 175 1050 Watermtnviews Holiday Lodge 1414 E First St Port Angeles 98362 360-457-9201 52 50 95 Economymotel Indian Valley Motel 235471 Highway 101West Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3266 6 55 125 Family-oriented Kiwi West Vacation Rental 931W 12th St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-3520 888-711-KIWI 5494 1 135 135 Long term rental only KOA Kampground of Port 113 31 125 Family-oriented Lake Crescent Cabin Port Angeles 98363 1 300 1500 Private lake cabin Lake Crescent Lodge 416 Lake Crescent Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3211 888-723-7127 52 115 287 R Historic lodge Lake House at Mallard Cove 130 Mallard Cove Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-616-4527 vrbo.com602837 1 200 300 R 3 night minimum Log Cabin Resort 3183 E Beach Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3325 27 65 160 R Rustic family resort Northwest Manor BB 1320 MarieView Dr PA 98363 360-452-5839 888-229-7052 2 Call Call NWnativeartculture Olympic Foothills Lodge Port Angeles 98363 206-407-8039 1 425 1400 Slowdown...rejuvenate Olympic Lodge 140 Del Guzzi Dr Port Angeles 98362 800-600-2993 105 119 209 Casual elegance Olympic View Cabins 3432 OBrien Rd Port Angeles 98362 360-457-7222 3 99 195 R Vacation rentals Pacific Manor 131 E 12th St Port Angeles 98362 360-460-5656 1 265 365 Luxuryhistoricromantic Port Angeles Inn 111 E 2nd St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-9285 800-421-0706 24 59 175 Great views Quality Inn Uptown 101 E 2nd St Port Angeles 98362 360-457-9434 800-858-3812 35 85 299 R Convenient location Red Lion Hotel 221 N Lincoln St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-9215 800-RED-LION RedLion.comportangeles 186 99 289 Waterfront location Riverside Retreat 14 Riverside Rd Port Angeles 98362 360-683-2255 800-397-2256 1 150 250 10 Luxury in the country Riviera Inn 535 E Front St Port Angeles 98362 360-417-3955 877-766-8350 38 79 169 Olympic mt. views Royal Victorian 521 E First St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-8400 844-452-8403 20 49 129 Clean comfortable Sea Cliff Gardens 397 Monterra Dr Port Angeles 98362 800-880-1332 5 145 265 Victorian oceanfront Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort 12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd PA 98363 360-327-3583 866-4solduc 33 147 310 R Hot springs in ONP Sportsmen Motel 2909 Hwy 101 E Port Angeles 98362 360-457-6196 16 50 90 Close to town Super 8 Motel 2104 E First St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-8401 800-800-8000 63 65 169 Economy motel ofUnits RateRangeMin. 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Joyce Port Angeles continued Toad Lily House International Hostel 105 E 5th St Port Angeles 98362 360-797-3797 16 20 60 12 Central location Travelers Motel 1133 E First St Port Angeles 98362 360-452-2303 866-452-2301 11 39 100 Economy motel Whiskey Creek Beach Resort 1385Whiskey Creek Beach Rd Joyce 98343 360-928-3489 8 70 80 fee Rustic resort sequim Action Property Management 720 EWashington Sequim 98382 360-681-4737 SunnySequim.comcallforinfo 160 700 2000 Waterviewsweeklyrates All Aboard Caboose 434 Bear Creek Estates Rd Sequim 98382 360-683-5864 1 100 100 Tranquil unique Ambiance BB 774 Lost Mountain Ln Sequim 98382 360-683-2341 2 197 217 12 Fireplace view Beach Garden Cottage 1052 Jamestown Rd Sequim 98382 360-683-2585 1 125 140 Waterfront2-nitemin Bond Ranch Retreat 1405 Hooker Rd Sequim 98382 360-461-2156 6 125 135 R Year round rentals Brigadoon Vacation Rentals Inc. Sequim 98382 360-683-2255 800-397-2256 40 100 400 R R R Fully furnished Cedarbrook Sea View Vacation Rentals 1345 S Sequim Ave Sequim 98382 800-470-8423 1 95 155 Water mt. views Clarks Chamber Bed Breakfast 322 Clark Rd Sequim 98382 360-683-4431 Olypen.comclacha 4 90 90 Historic farm Days Inn Suites Sequim 1095 E.Washington Sequim 98382 360-683-1775 60 59 159 Quiet tranquil Discovery View Cottage 71 Bluff Ln Sequim 98382 360-681-0550 Home.Earthlink.netlucybailey 2 69 150 R R Water beach view Dungeness Barn House Bed Breakfast 42 Marine Dr Sequim 98382 360-582-1663 4 135 215 R Waterfrontsetting Dungeness Bay Cottages 140 Marine Dr Sequim 98382 360-683-3013 888-683-3013 6 185 215 Kitchenprivatebeach Dungeness Beach Retreat Sequim 98382 888-409-7760 1 175 300 R Beachfront Econo Lodge of Sequim 801 E.Washington Sequim 98382 360-683-7113 43 60 169 free R Mini-golf Fern Hollow 1195Taylor Cutoff Sequim 98382 360-504-2323 10 350 450 R Privateestate GreenHouse Inn by the Bay 630 Marine Dr Sequim 98382 360-504-2489 4 160 215 14 Waterfrontmtnviews Hillside Haven 1276 Atterberry Rd Sequim 98382 360-683-1580 1 100 100 Scenicretreat2-nitemin Holiday Inn Express Suites Conference 77 110 300 Rooftop garden John Waynes Waterfront Resort 9 80 189 Peaceful water views Juan de Fuca Cottages Suites 182 Marine Dr Sequim 98382 360-683-4433 12 110 275 Waterfront kayaks Karens Guest Cottage 240 Marine Dr Sequim 98382 360-683-4943 1 100 140 R Water or mt views Lightkeepers Cottage 206 Carlsborg Rd Carlsborg 98324 360-681-2055 1 100 100 10 Fully furnished patio The Lodge Bed and Breakfast 660 Evergreen FarmWay Sequim 98382 360-681-3100 4 125 125 R R Relaxingluxurious Lost Mountain Lodge 303 SunnyView Dr Sequim 98382 360-683-2431 6 229 419 R R Romanticfireplacesuites Nelsons Duckpond Lavender Farm 73 Humble Hill Rd Sequim 98382 360-681-7727 1 225 275 Lavenderfarmlodging Olympic View Inn 830W.Washington St Sequim 98382 360-683-4195 49 59 149 R Newly renovated Purple Haze Lavender Farm House 180 Bell Bottom Rd Sequim 98382 888-852-6560 1 245 260 2-night minimum Quality Inn Suites Sequim 134 River Rd Sequim 98382 360-683-2800 60 90 200 R 2015 Gold Award Red Caboose Getaway Bed Breakfast 24 Old CoyoteWay Sequim 98382 360-683-7350 6 175 210 R UniqueBBexperience Riverside House 481 Riverside Rd Sequim 98382 360-582-0339 2 120 125 R R Luxury in the country Sequim Bay Lodge 268522 Hwy 101 Sequim 98382 360-683-0691 800-622-0691 54 59 199 Quiet forest setting Sequim Valley Vacation Rentals 30 99 350 R Vacationrentals Sequim West Inn 740W.Washington Sequim 98382 360-683-4144 800-528-4527 36 54 169 Unique rooms Sundowner Motel 364W.Washington Sequim 98382 360-683-5532 800-325-6966 32 40 129 R Newly refurbished Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide ofUnits RateRangeMin. 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Sunset Marine Resort 40 Buzzard Ridge Rd Sequim 98382 360-591-4303 8 99 300 fee Kayaks waterfront Willams Manor 4043 Sequim-DungenessWay Sequim 98382 360-504-2512 1 Bed breakfast Port Townsend Aladdin Motor Inn 2333Washington St PT 98368 360-385-3747 800-281-3747 30 60 200 R View of bay Ann Starrett Mansion 744 Clay St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-3205 800-321-0644 8 98 129 Victorian mansion Artists Uptown Sanctuary Uptown PortTownsend 98368 360-531-1555 AirBnB.comrooms4031395 1 75 100 Uptown sanctuary Bartlett House Cottage 314 Polk Street PortTownsend 98368 360-381-0395 1 89 179 View private entrance The Belmont 925Water St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-3007 4 59 149 Classic old hotel Big Red Barn 309V St PortTownsend 98368 360-774-0213 1 195 225 R Romantic getaway The Bishop Victorian Hotel 714Washington St PT 98368 360-385-6122 800-824-4738 16 120 245 R 1 1 Distinctive suites Blue Gull Inn BB 1310 Clay St PortTownsend 98368 360-379-3241 888-700-0205 6 100 150 14 Great breakfast A Bungalow on the Bluff 303 Fillmore St PortTownsend 98368 800-385-1238 1 175 195 12 Water views Comfortable Guest Suite 3122 Haines St PortTownsend 98368 805-801-9657 AirBnB.comrooms1123497 1 95 95 R Homeawayfromhome Commanders Beach House 400 Hudson St PT 98368 360-385-1778 4 100 245 6 BB by the beach Cozy Room Uptown Garfield St PortTownsend 98368 360-821-1360 AirBnB.comrooms652925 1 75 120 Quiet uptown Fort Worden State Park Conference Center 210 BatteryWay PT 98368 360-344-4400 37 119 510 R Houses 111 bdrms A Garden Cottage 112 Umitilla Ave PortTownsend 98368 360-643-3210 1 95 135 Luxury cottage A Guest Suite at Plum Cottage Madison St PortTownsend 98369 808-283-1055 1 125 125 Peacefulnearparkbeach Hammond House Cottage 834 Pierce St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-6269 1 65 75 Sauna Harborside Inn 330 Benedict St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-7909 800-942-5960 63 79 189 R Water viewall rooms Hill Street Suite Hill St PortTownsend 98368 360-382-7127 AirBnB.comrooms7842559 1 95 120 900 square feet suite Holcomb Hideaway Holcomb St PortTownsend 98368 360-531-0611 HomeAway.com903721 1 150 185 Waterviewext.hottub Home on the Hill Sheridan St PortTownsend 98368 206-276-8605 AirBnB.comrooms4663458 2 50 70 Features goats hens Hubers Inn BB 1421 Landes St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-3904 3 145 220 R Uptown views Hummingbird Suite Taylor St PortTownsend 98368 360-531-0958 AirBnB.comrooms6623904 2 125 150 Walk to town beach Inn at Waterfront Place 632 AWaterfront Place PortTownsend 98368 360-385-6957 1 145 165 R Waterfront apartment Karlis Place Hendricks St PortTownsend 98368 AirBnB.comrooms8169790 1 90 90 Quiet private suite Katies Kottage 475W St PortTownsend 98368 360-379-8261 1 65 95 Garden setting The LookOut 419 Lawrence St PortTownsend 98368 360-774-1904 1 150 150 Privateviewfireplace Manresa Castle 7th Sheridan St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-5750 800-732-1281 41 109 229 R Full service hotel Old Consulate 313Walker PortTownsend 98368 360-385-6753 800-300-6753 8 110 225 14 R HistoricVictorianmansion Palace Hotel 1004Water St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-0773 800-962-0741 19 59 289 1889Victorian hotel Peoples House Clay Adams St PortTownsend 98368 HomeAway.comvacation-rentalp3941788 2 125 175 Sweeping views Pilots Seaside Cottage 327 Jackson St PortTownsend 98368 360-531-3968 1 150 220 Waterfront downtown Port Townsend Inn 2020Washington St PT 98368 360-385-2211 800-216-4985 36 55 249 R Nearwaterindoorpool Quimper Inn 1306 Franklin St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-1060 800-557-1060 4 98 180 12 Views quiet Ravenscroft Inn BB 533 Quincy St PortTownsend 98368 360-205-2147 855-290-8840 8 137 250 12 R Lg modern Uptown Sea Loft 306 Lincoln St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-1626 VRBO.com406489 1 105 135 Ocean view A Suite at the Fountain 914Washington St PortTownsend 98368 360-643-1370 1 200 250 Downtown kitchen The Swan Hotel 222 Monroe St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-1718 800-824-4738 13 100 185 R 1 Cozy seaside Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide ofUnits RateRangeMin. 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Port Townsend continued Takaki House BB 1617Washington St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-9784 1 100 125 R Galleryprivategetaway Tess Guesthouse 56th St PortTownsend 98368 509-624-3003 1 120 150 250 steps to water Thornton House BB 1132 Garfield St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-6670 3 155 165 Hist.Victorianfarmhouse Tides Inn 1807Water St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-0595 800-822-8696 43 72 299 R Waterfront view Turtle Island View Room 333 Fir St PortTownsend 98368 360-531-0996 AirBnB.comrooms522201 1 95 95 R R Quietunbeatableview Washington Hotel 825Washington St PortTownsend 98368 360-774-0213 4 130 200 1890s restored Water Street Hotel 635Water St PT 98368 360-385-5467 800-735-9810 16 55 175 Historic waterfront Brinnon Quilcene Port Ludlow Port hadlock Marrowstone IsLAND Gardiner Discovery Bay Adelma Beach Cabin 262 Adelma Beach Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-774-0213 2 179 189 R OnbeachOpenMay-Sept Aerie House 223 Aerie Ln PortTownsend 98368 360-531-0072 VacationHomeRentals.com59266 1 100 125 R Quiet water view Alegria Guest House 4934 SR20 PortTownsend 98368 360-379-3695 1 100 150 Water mtn. view Amber Lights BB 4042 Hastings AveW PortTownsend 98368 360-390-5712 3 125 155 Elegant forest retreat An Inn Between 5825 Old Gardiner Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-379-8125 1 119 179 R Waterfront Bay Cottage 4346 S. Discovery Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-385-2035 3 140 160 Beautifulbeachaccess Beach Cottages on Marrowstone 10 Beach Dr Nordland 98358 800-871-3077 8 90 250 Private beach resort Cabins at Treefrog Woods 1280 Cape George Rd PT 98368 360-379-0906 3 125 150 R Private cabins Cabin on the Canal Near Pleasnt Harbor Marina Brinnon 98320 206-782-3868 1 140 140 HoodCanalbeachaccess Chevy Chase Beach Cabins 3710 S. Discovery Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-385-1270 7 125 320 R Private beach Chimacum Ridge Lodge 1505 Center Rd Chimacum 98325 877-360-6224 1 135 185 R R OlympicMountainview Cove RV Park Country Store 303075 Highway 101 Brinnon 98320 360-796-4723 1 60 70 2-night minimum Crows Nest Cabin 5073 Flagler Rd Nordland 98358 360-385-4920 1 125 150 Private beach Dabob Bay Cottage 840 Piper Rd Quilcene 98376 360-765-3947 1 115 150 Private beach boating Eaglemount Rockery CottagesMotel 1822 SR 20 PortTownsend 98368 360-379-8922 4 79 99 R Outdoor museum Elk Meadows 3485 Dosewallips Rd Brinnon 98320 360-796-4886 5 105 140 14 Mt viewriverfront Fairmount Beach House 1071 Fairmount Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-385-2480 VacationHomeRentals.com41811 1 140 160 R Private beach Fort Flagler State Park Retreat Center 10541 Flagler Rd Nordland 98358 360-385-3701 5 91 218 R Can reserve online Guest Nest 389A ArcadiaWest PortTownsend 98368 442-777-3195 vrbo.com268004 1 165 195 Resort living Hadlock Motel 181 Chimacum Rd Port Hadlock 98339 360-385-3111 888-360-3111 18 72 100 Heart of Port Hadlock Harbor House 309257 Hwy 101 Brinnon 98320 360-796-4064 360-951-5366 2 100 100 R Waterfront Houseboats4Two 308913 Hwy 101 Brinnon 98320 360-796-3440 800-966-5942 4 195 265 Romantic getaway Kathys Place at Discovery Bay On Discovery Bay 360-344-4218 VRBO.com480389 1 100 115 On the beach Loony Hollow Guest House 466 Piper Rd Quilcene 98376 206-317-2811 1 140 155 Beachaccesshighbank Mount Walker Inn PO Box 144 61 Maple Grove Rd Quilcene 98376 360-765-3410 12 65 105 fee Peaceful escape Olympic Vacation Rentals 57 E Arden St Port Hadlock 98339 360-301-1344 3 85 225 Near PortTownsend Paradise Bay Chalet 3491 Paradise Bay Rd Port Ludlow 98365 253-335-0892 1 150 195 Private beach cabin Pleasant Harbor Marina House 4 125 175 Marina view quiet Port Ludlow Vacation Rentals Admiralty I Condos Port Ludlow 98365 206-992-6036 2 250 350 Beachfront Protection Bluff Retreat 780 McMinn PortTownsend 98368 360-385-7459 AirBnB.comrooms185295 1 140 190 R Waterfronteaglessunsets The Resort at Port Ludlow One Heron Rd Port Ludlow 98365 360-437-7000 877-805-0868 45 169 329 R Waterviewgolfmarina Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide ofUnits RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Comp.Breakfast Internet MeetingFacilities ChildrenWelcome PetswRestrictions HandicapAccessible PoolHotorJettedTub 36 Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. 37 ofSites RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Hook-ups Pull-through DumpStation Toilets Laundry Showers HandicapAccesible Pets PoolSwimming Quinault Amanda Park Falls Creek Campground 380 S Shore Rd Quinault 98575 360-288-2900 800-562-6672 31 21 30 Gatton Creek Campground 457 S Shore Rd Quinault 98575 360-288-2900 800-562-6672 15 21 30 Quinault River Inn 8 River Dr Amanda Park 98526 360-288-2237 800-410-2237 5 25 32 Easy 101 access Rain Forest Resort Village 516 S Shore Rd Quinault 98575 360-288-2535 800-255-6936 31 30 30 Rainforestescape Willaby Creek Campground 372 S Shore Rd Quinault 98575 360-288-2900 800-562-6672 31 21 30 Forks La Push Beaver Bear Creek Campground DNR Hwy. 101 N. Milepost 206 14 Hikingtrailtoriver Bear Creek Motel RV Park 205860 Hwy. 101W Beaver 98305 360- 327-3660 18 25 25 R Centrally located Bogachiel State Park 185983 Hwy. 101 S 360-374-6356 42 22 38 Bogachielriverfront 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 5 10 Camp kitchen Forks 101 RV Park 901 S. Forks Ave Forks 98331 360-374-5073 35 60 R Free wi-fi Graves Creek Campground ONP 360-288-2444 NPS.govolym 30 20 20 Hard Rain Cafe RV Park 5763 Upper Hoh Rd Forks 98331 360-374-9288 13 20 30 R Rafting kayaking Hoh Campground ONP Upper Hoh Rd 360-565-3130 360-374-6925 NPS.govolym 88 12 12 Year round Hoh Oxbow Campground DNR Hwy. 101 N. Milepost 176177 between road river 7 Boat launch Huckleberry Lodge 1171 Big PineWay Forks 98331 360-374-4090 3 24 24 Hot tub fire pit Kalaloch Campground ONP 35 miles South on 101 from Forks 360-962-2030 800-365-2267 NPS.govolym 170 14 18 Ocean frontage Klahanie Campground ONF 5 miles from Forks Hwy 101 on FS Road 29 360-374-7566 FS.usda.govolympic 20 10 River sites Klahowya Campground ONF Hwy 101 near mile post 212 360-374-7566 360-374-6522 55 17 2 1 Lg RVriver sites Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. Olympic Peninsula RVCamp Guide Olympic Peninsula Lodging Guide ofUnits RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Comp.Breakfast Internet MeetingFacilities ChildrenWelcome PetswRestrictions HandicapAccessible PoolHotorJettedTub Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. Solstice Farm BB 6503 BeaverValley Rd Chimacum 98325 360-732-0174 2 120 120 Working farm Triton Cove Beach Home Brinnon 98320 253-820-0243 1 120 260 Peacefulbeachretreat Windermere Vacation Rentals PO Box 770 Brinnon 98320 888-796-3450 11 85 295 R HoodCanalwaterfront A Wolves Den 269 N Jacob Miller Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-531-4508 1 125 175 R Luxury cabin retreat Zen River Retreat 423 Lords Lake Loop Quilcene 98376 360-316-9656 vrbo.com654410 1 175 225 Restorativeguestretreat RVing camping are popular pastimes on the Olympic Peninsula. Whether youre looking for an alpine forest a mossy valley or peaceful rocky beach youll find a rewarding location to experience. Accommodations vary widely from full amenities to remotely rustic. Keep in mind that summer months are busiest and spots fill up fast on weekends. Itisbesttoreserveaspotinadvancebutnotethatallsites withinOlympicNationalParkexceptthoseatOlympicNational ParkForestlodgesareonafirst-comefirst-servedbasis. SekiuontheStraitofJuandeFucaScenicByway PhotoTerryGilbert Forks La Push Beaver continued Lake Pleasant Mobile Home RV Park 200021 Hwy 101 Beaver 98305 360- 327-0714 28 25 255 Close to lake Minnie Peterson Campground DNR Upper Hoh Rd 8 Rainforest Mora Campground ONP 2 mi from Rialto Beach 360-565-3130 360-374-5460 NPS.govolym 94 20 20 NearRialtoBeach Quileute Oceanside Resort 330 Ocean Dr LaPush 98350 360-374-5267 66 27 40 R Oceanfront Riverview RV Park 33 Mora Rd Forks 98331 360-374-3398 28 15 45 Spaciousfriendly Sol Duc Cabin Fever 198 Shuwah Rd Forks 98331 360-374-6481 3 15 25 R River access Sol Duc Campground ONP Along Sol Duc River 360-565-3130 NPS.govolym 82 20 20 Along Sol Duc R. South Fork Hoh Campground DNR 6 Rainforest The Ultimate Camping Trip 383 Leyendecker Rd Forks 98331 360-374-2690 3 20 125 R Riverside Three Rivers Resort Guide Service 7764 LaPush Rd Forks 98331 360- 374-5300 19 14 24 fee Fullserviceresort Upper Clearwater Campground DNR Hwy 101 Milepost 147 6 Primitive Willoughby Creek DNR Upper Hoh Rain Forest day-usesiteonly 3 Self-cont.RVsonly 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 92W. Kellogg Clallam Bay 98326 360-640-0686 5 10 25 JuandeFucasetting Anglers Hideaway 12 Park Loop Dr. on Airport Rd Sekiu 98381 360-963-2750 32 25 25 R Peacefulbyairstrip Cape Resort 1510 Bayview Ave Neah Bay 98357 360-645-2250 50 30 30 Woodssetting Hide-Away RV Park 814 Hobuck Rd Neah Bay 98357 360-640-1809 15 30 1blockfromocean Hobuck Beach Resort 2726 Makah Passage Rd Neah Bay 98357 360-645-2339 10 30 30 Oceanfront Lost Resort at Lake Ozette 20860 Hoko-Ozette Rd Lake Ozette 98326 800-950-2899 30 20 20 Private secluded Olsons Resort Inc. RV 444 Front St Sekiu 98381 360-963-2311 66 20 30 JuandeFucasetting Ozette National Park Campground 21261 Hoko-Ozette Rd Clallam Bay 98326 360-963-2725 NPS.govolym 14 10 10 R Easy lake access Sams RV Park 17053 Highway 112 Clallam Bay 98326 360-963-2402 19 25 25 Quiet friendly Snow Creek Fishing Resort Hwy 112 at MP 691 Neah Bay 98357 800-883-1464 65 17 25 R Moorage scuba Van Ripers Resort RV 280 Front St Sekiu 98381 360-963-2334 888-462-0803 60 18 35 Right on water The Village RV Park 1184 BayView Ave Neah Bay 98357 360-640-4008 Monthly rate 375 26 25 25 Near boat launch Joyce Port Angeles PA Als RV Park 521 North Lee Creek Port Angeles 98362 360-457-9844 34 18 32 Quiet clean Conestoga Quarters RV Park 40 Sieberts Creek Rd Hwy 101 PA 98362 800-808-4637 34 1250 25 Great base camp Crescent Beach RV Park 2860 Crescent Beach Rd Port Angeles 98363 866-690-3344 Olypen.comcrescent 60 fee Sand beach Elwha Dam RV Park 47 Lower Dam Rd Port Angeles 98363 877-435-9421 40 21 35 Peaceful wooded Harrison Beach Campground 299 Harrison Beach Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3006 30 5 25 Private beach KOA Kampground of Port AngelesSequim 80 OBrien Rd PA 98362 360-457-5916 113 26 75 Family-oriented Log Cabin Resort 3183 East Beach Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3325 40 22 40 R Rusticfamilyresort Olympic Natl Park - Altair Campground In ONP - ElwhaValley PA 98362 360-565-3130 NPS.govolym 30 12 12 Olympic Natl Park - Elwha Campground In ONP - ElwhaValley PA 98362 360-565-3130 NPS.govolym 40 12 12 Olympic Natl Park - Fairholme Campground In ONP - Lake Crescent PA 98362 360-565-3130 NPS.govolym 88 12 12 Olympic Natl Park - Heart o the Hills Campground Hurricane Ridge Rd PA 98362 360-565-3130 NPS.govolym 105 12 12 Olympic Peninsula RVCamp Guide ofSites RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Hook-ups Pull-through DumpStation Toilets Laundry Showers HandicapAccesible Pets PoolSwimming 38 Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. Olympic Peninsula RVCamp Guide 39 ofSites RateRangeMin. RateRangeMax. Hook-ups Pull-through DumpStation Toilets Laundry Showers HandicapAccesible Pets PoolSwimming Salt Creek Recreation Area 3506 Camp Hayden Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3441 Clallam.netParks 90 18 24 R Water view Salt Creek RV Golf 53802 Hwy 112 Port Angeles 98363 360-928-2488 Olypen.comscrv 65 18 24 R Golfclubhouse Shadow Mountain Campground 232951 Hwy 101W Port Angeles 98363 877-928-3043 40 22 35 Beautifulmt.view Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort 12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Rd Port Angeles 98363 866-4solduc 17 26 35 R HotspringsinONP View Vista Park 1434ViewVista Park Port Angeles 98362 360-457-0950 5 25 350 R QuietStraitview Whiskey Creek Beach Resort 1385Whiskey Creek Beach Rd Port Angeles 98363 360-928-3489 30 100 170 fee Nocampcabinsonly Sequim Dungeness Forks Campground Palo Alto Rd 6 mi 2880 1 mi Sequim 360-765-2200 FS.usda.govOlympic 10 14 14 No RVs Dungeness Recreation Area 554Voice of America Sequim 98382 360-683-5847 Clallam.netParks 66 20 23 R Beautifulwaterview Gilgal Oasis RV Park 400 South Brown Rd Sequim 98382 888-445-4251 28 36 49 Newest RV park John Waynes Waterfront Resort 43 28 42 R Quietwaterfrontview Olympic Paradise 137 Pierson Rd Sequim 98382 360-683-1264 10 30 40 Lakenaturetrails Rainbows End RV Park 261831 Hwy. 101 Sequim 98382 360-683-3863 43 30 40 Wi-Fi dog park Sequim Bay State Park 269035 Hwy 101 Sequim 98382 360-683-4235 65 20 45 Boatlaunchmoorage Sequim West Inn 740W.Washington Sequim 98382 360-683-4144 27 32 46 30 or 50 amp Port Townsend Fort Townsend State Park 1370 Old FortTownsend Rd PortTownsend 98368 360-385-3595 40 23 45 R AprOct Fort Worden State Park 200 BatteryWay PortTownsend 98368 360-344-4431 85 27 42 R Beach or forest Jefferson County Fair Grounds 4907 Landes St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-1013 80 17 25 Quietcountrysetting Point Hudson Marina RV Park 103 Hudson St PortTownsend 98368 360-385-2828 43 30 56 Beachclosetotown Brinnon Quilcene Port Ludlow Port Hadlock Collins Campground Duckabush Rd 360-765-2200 FS.usda.govOlympic 16 14 14 R Cove RV Park Country Store 303075 Highway 101 Brinnon 98320 360-796-4723 25 30 35 Country store Dosewallips State Park Highway 101 14 miles S of Brinnon 888-226-7688 140 21 36 Beachtrails Elk Meadows RV 3485 Dosewallips Rd Brinnon 98320 360-796-4886 1 40 100 On the river Falls View Campground Highway 101 3.5 miles S of Quilcene 360-765-2200 FS.usda.govOlympic 30 10 10 R Fallsviewnowater Fort Flagler State Park 10541 Flagler Rd Nordland 98358 360-385-1259 116 21 33 R Open year round Halfway RV Park Highway 101 and Brinnon Ln Brinnon 360-796-4715 22 10 25 Groups welcome Lake Leland Campground 165 LelandValley Rd Quilcene 98376 360-385-9129 24 15 15 Dockbtrampswim Lower Oak Bay 301 PortageWay Port Ludlow 98365 360-385-9129 6 18 18 OpenApr1Oct31 Port Ludlow RV Park 44 Breaker Ln Port Ludlow 98365 360-437-9377 37 20 45 Quietwoodedresort Quilcene Campground 294964 Hwy 101 Quilcene 98376 360-385-9129 24 18 18 Woodedcampsites Seal Rock Campground 1 mile N of Brinnon Brinnon 360-765-2200 FS.usda.govOlympic 41 18 18 R Beach trails Smittys Retreat RV Park 9142 Flagler Rd Nordland 98358 360-385-2165 32 30 30 Quietcountrysetting Upper Oak Bay 290 Cleveland St Port Ludlow 98365 360-385-9129 24 18 20 OpenApr1Oct31 Childrensagesandpet typesallowedvary. Contactlodging. 20162017travelplanner Olympic Peninsula Brinnon Visitor Center North Hood Canal Chamber of Commerce 306144 Hwy 101 Brinnon 98320 360-796-4350 Olympic US Forest Visitor Center North Hood Canal Chamber of Commerce PO Box 774 295142 Hwy 101 Quilcene 98376 360-765-4999 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 Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce ServingPortTownsendPortHadlockChimacumIrondaleNordlandPortLudlow 2409 Jefferson St Port Townsend 98368 360-385-7869 Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center 1192 E Washington PO Box 907 Sequim 983821-800-737-8462 360-683-6197 Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center Clallam BaySekiu Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center PO Box 355 16753 Hwy 112 Clallam Bay 98326 1-877-694-9433 360-963-2339 or Forks Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center 1411 S Forks Ave PO Box 1249 Forks 98331 1-800-443-6757 360-374-2531 Neah Bay Chamber of Commerce PO Box 2491081Bayview Ave Neah Bay 98357 Lake Quinault Pacific Ranger District 360-288-2525 FS.usda.govolympic Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau PO Box 670 Port Angeles 98362 1-800-942-4042 360-452-8552 Olympic National Park 3002 Mt. Angeles Rd. Port Angeles 98362 NPS.govolym Visitor Information 360-565-3130 Rd Weather Hotline 360-565-3131 TOURISM COMMISSION Visitor Information Centers Chambers of Commerce