Things to do

Northeast Mason County Parks

 

Explore the parks in Mason County!

Mason County & Hood Canal host a variety of parks & recreational facilities to suit every visitor's needs ~ from beach access with shellfish gathering and boat launches to...

Around Forks

The town of Forks is situated on a broad prairie 15 miles from the ocean (in the Quillayute Valley). About 5,000 folks live in the greater Forks area, and you’ll find restaurants, lodgings, shops and services in this friendly, rural...

Around La Push

This drive-to beach is a beautiful spot to enjoy the surf and watch shorebirds, eagles and seals. The 1-1/4 mile trek north to “Hole-in-the-Wall” begins here. On the south side of the river is the Quileute Indian village of La Push...

Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #1

Bird Watchers View #1:

  • Go to Highway 19 from 104, (for more information stop at Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitors Center at Highway 19 and 104 Highway junction for map and Trumpeter Swans current location)
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Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #2

Watchers View #2

  • From View #1 ( Tour #1 ) return to Oak Bay Road, turn right and continue north .5 miles to Indian...
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #3

Watchers View #3: 

  • From View #2 ( map and directions)return to highway and turn right towards Marrowstone Island and...
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #5

Watcher's View #5:

  • Leave Fort Flagler back south on highway 116,
     
  • On Oak Bay Road turn right.  
     
  • On to Port Hadlock, at stop sign across from QFC supermarket in Hadlock...
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #6

Watcher's View #6

  • From #5
     
  • Pull out and go left (East) along waterfront (keep an eye out for workers...
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #7

Watcher's View #7

  • Last, is a trip to Fort Worden in Port Townsend.  Go on through town’s historic downtown district to Monroe Street, turn left, go to stop sign,
     
  • Right on Roosevelt,...
Brinnon and Quilcene Area Trails

Falls View Canyon Trails

Where:   3.5 miles south of the Quilcene Visitor Center / Forest Service Office at the Falls View Campground on Highway 101.  This campground has two...