Experience The Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles & Surrounding Areas

Michelle

Experience The Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles & Surrounding Areas

Food Scene
Quality Organic food, fresh organic juices, healthy options, sandwiches and more for breakfast, lunch and early dinner (closes at 5) . . . there may be live local artist playing music. A nice little stop for a bite to eat.
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New Day Eatery
102 West Front Street
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Quality Organic food, fresh organic juices, healthy options, sandwiches and more for breakfast, lunch and early dinner (closes at 5) . . . there may be live local artist playing music. A nice little stop for a bite to eat.
Another great Thai restaurant with a lovely atmosphere and quality food can be busy so may be a good idea to make a reservation.
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Sabai Thai
903 W 8th St
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Another great Thai restaurant with a lovely atmosphere and quality food can be busy so may be a good idea to make a reservation.
We frequent this the Jasmine Bistro for consistently great thai food walking distance from the water and the ferry!
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Jasmine Bistro
222 N Lincoln St
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We frequent this the Jasmine Bistro for consistently great thai food walking distance from the water and the ferry!
Lovely restaurant and lounge with excellent food has several areas to choose from including upstairs view of the ocean! One of our favorites with excellent chowder, seafood and more (love the black cod when it is available)! Reservations recommended.
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Kokopelli Grill
203 East Front Street
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Lovely restaurant and lounge with excellent food has several areas to choose from including upstairs view of the ocean! One of our favorites with excellent chowder, seafood and more (love the black cod when it is available)! Reservations recommended.
Another one of our favorite restaurants serving excellent Italian dishes and a great wine list as well as a lovely ambiance! Reservations recommended.
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Bella Italia
118 East 1st Street
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Another one of our favorite restaurants serving excellent Italian dishes and a great wine list as well as a lovely ambiance! Reservations recommended.
Love the docks, boats, waterfront restaurant and walking around the docks and along the water, the birding as well. There is a nice little park with benches to enjoy. Great chowder and grilled fish!
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Dockside Grill
2577 W Sequim Bay Rd
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Love the docks, boats, waterfront restaurant and walking around the docks and along the water, the birding as well. There is a nice little park with benches to enjoy. Great chowder and grilled fish!
Higher end restaurant on Lake Crescent, walk along the water, the sunsets are great too. Food is excellent.
Lake Crescent Lodge Dining Room
416 Lake Crescent Rd
Higher end restaurant on Lake Crescent, walk along the water, the sunsets are great too. Food is excellent.
Great Chinese food!
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Tendy's Garden
920 East 1st Street
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Great Chinese food!
Old fashioned American dishes, family-friendly, nice atmosphere.
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Chestnut Cottage Restaurant
929 East Front Street
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Old fashioned American dishes, family-friendly, nice atmosphere.
Pizza restaurant serves pasta, calzones, salads, appetizers, and specialty sandwiches. An "old-fashioned" pizza place where everything is made from fresh ingredients was the first Pizza restaurant on the Peninsula
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Gordy's Pizza & Pasta
1123 East 1st Street
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Pizza restaurant serves pasta, calzones, salads, appetizers, and specialty sandwiches. An "old-fashioned" pizza place where everything is made from fresh ingredients was the first Pizza restaurant on the Peninsula
Upper end restaurant for French cuisine & wines with Pacific Northwest accents & regal decor. Lovely, classy restaurant still ran by original owners, they are now lovely elderly couple could very well come stop by your table.
C'Est Si Bon
23 Cedar Park Drive
Upper end restaurant for French cuisine & wines with Pacific Northwest accents & regal decor. Lovely, classy restaurant still ran by original owners, they are now lovely elderly couple could very well come stop by your table.
We love the ambiance here, it is downstairs, intimate, wonderful service and food, great calamari, steaks, seafood, drinks and chowder. Reservations are recommended. Tell them, Michelle & Greg sent ya!
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Sapor
117B East 1st Street
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We love the ambiance here, it is downstairs, intimate, wonderful service and food, great calamari, steaks, seafood, drinks and chowder. Reservations are recommended. Tell them, Michelle & Greg sent ya!
Sightseeing
Marymere Falls is located in Olympic National Park near Lake Crescent in Washington, United States. The falls are accessed by a one-mile, well maintained, dirt trail through old-growth lowland forest consisting of fir, cedar, hemlock, and alder trees. Falls creek descends from Aurora Ridge and tumbles over Marymere Falls and then flows into Barnes Creek. It has a height of 90 feet. The falls is one of the more popular attractions in the area, due to ease of access and proximity to U.S. Highway 101.
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Marymere Falls
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Marymere Falls is located in Olympic National Park near Lake Crescent in Washington, United States. The falls are accessed by a one-mile, well maintained, dirt trail through old-growth lowland forest consisting of fir, cedar, hemlock, and alder trees. Falls creek descends from Aurora Ridge and tumbles over Marymere Falls and then flows into Barnes Creek. It has a height of 90 feet. The falls is one of the more popular attractions in the area, due to ease of access and proximity to U.S. Highway 101.
Lush, atmospheric forest of moss-covered trees & ferns along 0.8-mile loop trail in Hoh Rain Forest. A must see while you are here!
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Hall of Mosses
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Lush, atmospheric forest of moss-covered trees & ferns along 0.8-mile loop trail in Hoh Rain Forest. A must see while you are here!
Easy trek, it's a short walk to a beautiful waterfall spot. Paved, short walk with bathrooms available. Especially good for wheelchair and/or stroller access. Allows those who may not be able to hike into a more remote falls to enjoy a waterfall.
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Madison Falls Trailhead
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Easy trek, it's a short walk to a beautiful waterfall spot. Paved, short walk with bathrooms available. Especially good for wheelchair and/or stroller access. Allows those who may not be able to hike into a more remote falls to enjoy a waterfall.
Port Angeles is a premier whale watching destination. In recent years, the surrounding waters have become one of the leading destinations for viewing humpback whales in North America. Both salmon-eating and mammal-eating orcas are often spotted here as well. From Port Angeles, the comfortable Island Explorer 4 can head west into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, east toward the San Juan Islands, or north to Race Rocks Ecological Preserve, a memorable spot they visit. Offers private charters for a family, company or crew outings throughout the year. The Island Explorer 4 and Island Explorer 5 feature full walk around lower decks, upper viewing decks, great sound systems, heated cabins, galley service, his and her restrooms and a great crew. Great for whale watching tour, wedding, corporate team building event, or a family reunion.
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Island Adventures
1801 Commercial Avenue
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Port Angeles is a premier whale watching destination. In recent years, the surrounding waters have become one of the leading destinations for viewing humpback whales in North America. Both salmon-eating and mammal-eating orcas are often spotted here as well. From Port Angeles, the comfortable Island Explorer 4 can head west into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, east toward the San Juan Islands, or north to Race Rocks Ecological Preserve, a memorable spot they visit. Offers private charters for a family, company or crew outings throughout the year. The Island Explorer 4 and Island Explorer 5 feature full walk around lower decks, upper viewing decks, great sound systems, heated cabins, galley service, his and her restrooms and a great crew. Great for whale watching tour, wedding, corporate team building event, or a family reunion.
Tour to learn historicity of points of interest regarding the underground tunnels and store fronts in the historic Port Angeles downtown area. Informative, fun, and very entertaining tour.
Port Angeles Underground Heritage Tour
121 E Railroad Ave
Tour to learn historicity of points of interest regarding the underground tunnels and store fronts in the historic Port Angeles downtown area. Informative, fun, and very entertaining tour.
Excellent cruise across the straits to see humpbacks, orcas, porpoise and even a sea otter. The staff is awesome. Book through us for a discount!
Island Adventure Cruises
115 East Railroad Avenue
Excellent cruise across the straits to see humpbacks, orcas, porpoise and even a sea otter. The staff is awesome. Book through us for a discount!
Art gallery set in an architecturally noteworthy former residence with views & an outdoor art park.
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Port Angeles Fine Arts Center
1203 East Lauridsen Boulevard
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Art gallery set in an architecturally noteworthy former residence with views & an outdoor art park.
Small and fun aquarium focused on local marine life, featuring hands-on exhibits & 3 touch tanks. Great for kids, they will enjoy it for sure!
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Feiro Marine Life Center
315 N Lincoln St
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Small and fun aquarium focused on local marine life, featuring hands-on exhibits & 3 touch tanks. Great for kids, they will enjoy it for sure!
Love the pier, great views (lovely at sunset). During summer months there are concerts on the Pier on certain nights of the week. Great view for sunset, a nice area to walk and view the Strait and the city then walk down the street along the water, benches and shops.
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Port Angeles City Pier
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Love the pier, great views (lovely at sunset). During summer months there are concerts on the Pier on certain nights of the week. Great view for sunset, a nice area to walk and view the Strait and the city then walk down the street along the water, benches and shops.
Small exhibit on the Olympic Coast National Marine's Sanctuary is FREE admission. It is on the second floor leading to the upper parking. Great for families with kids is a must stop. Informative and eye opening particularly for children.
Olympic Coast Discovery Center
115 E Railroad Ave
Small exhibit on the Olympic Coast National Marine's Sanctuary is FREE admission. It is on the second floor leading to the upper parking. Great for families with kids is a must stop. Informative and eye opening particularly for children.
Little museum for those interested in native history including the Elwha people with artifacts from the 1700s and/or the ecology of the Pacific Northwest. Great stop before moving onto the park! FREE admission.
Museum at the Carnegie
207 S Lincoln St
Little museum for those interested in native history including the Elwha people with artifacts from the 1700s and/or the ecology of the Pacific Northwest. Great stop before moving onto the park! FREE admission.
Visit a winery, wine tasting, cheeses and more. A great option for a rainy day too!
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Harbinger Winery
U.S. 101
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Visit a winery, wine tasting, cheeses and more. A great option for a rainy day too!
a functioning aid to navigation on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, located on the Dungeness Spit in the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge near Sequim, Clallam County, in the U.S. state of Washington. Beautiful, serene hike out to the lighthouse. If you come during 9-5 business hours there are tours of the lighthouse available and the volunteers are very friendly and informative. The tip of the spit is closed as a wildlife refuge so make sure to obey the posted signs if you go.
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New Dungeness Lighthouse
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a functioning aid to navigation on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, located on the Dungeness Spit in the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge near Sequim, Clallam County, in the U.S. state of Washington. Beautiful, serene hike out to the lighthouse. If you come during 9-5 business hours there are tours of the lighthouse available and the volunteers are very friendly and informative. The tip of the spit is closed as a wildlife refuge so make sure to obey the posted signs if you go.
Ediz Hook is a stunning site along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, providing great birding views to the Strait and to the Port Angeles harbor. Look one way and see the Olympic Mountains. Look the other and see the Canadian Mountains! It attracts rare birds in winter. I only rate it an average though because the city allows the feeding and maintenance of a feral cat population at this location.
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Ediz Hook
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Ediz Hook is a stunning site along the Strait of Juan de Fuca, providing great birding views to the Strait and to the Port Angeles harbor. Look one way and see the Olympic Mountains. Look the other and see the Canadian Mountains! It attracts rare birds in winter. I only rate it an average though because the city allows the feeding and maintenance of a feral cat population at this location.
Parks & Nature
3002 Mount Angeles Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362 Phone (360) 565-3130 Open daily year-round; closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Hours vary according to season. Call (360) 565-3130 for current hours. Visitor information, exhibits about Olympic's natural and cultural history, hands-on "Discovery Room" for kids, Passport stamping station, award-winning orientation film "Mosaic of Diversity" (25 minutes) shown upon request, bookstore, two short nature trails.
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Olympic National Park Visitor Center
3002 Mt Angeles Rd
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3002 Mount Angeles Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362 Phone (360) 565-3130 Open daily year-round; closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Hours vary according to season. Call (360) 565-3130 for current hours. Visitor information, exhibits about Olympic's natural and cultural history, hands-on "Discovery Room" for kids, Passport stamping station, award-winning orientation film "Mosaic of Diversity" (25 minutes) shown upon request, bookstore, two short nature trails.
Madison Falls is a short, paved hike. These are nice falls if you cannot handle the long climb to see the other falls. There is also poetry on signs on the side of the trail leading to the falls, a wonderful mini hike. Stunning views. Moderately easily accessible. Perfect for leisurely enjoyment of a gorgeous landscape with an intimate little waterfall that's super easy to get to.The small parking lot has a breathtaking creek right across the street which can be enjoyed right from the street. If you climb up and and over some rocks you can catch a view this beautiful body of water even closer.
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Madison Falls Trailhead
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Madison Falls is a short, paved hike. These are nice falls if you cannot handle the long climb to see the other falls. There is also poetry on signs on the side of the trail leading to the falls, a wonderful mini hike. Stunning views. Moderately easily accessible. Perfect for leisurely enjoyment of a gorgeous landscape with an intimate little waterfall that's super easy to get to.The small parking lot has a breathtaking creek right across the street which can be enjoyed right from the street. If you climb up and and over some rocks you can catch a view this beautiful body of water even closer.
Beautiful glacial mountain lake with trails, trout fishing, forests, beaches, picknicing and a lodge with dining (great for sunset)
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Lake Crescent
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Beautiful glacial mountain lake with trails, trout fishing, forests, beaches, picknicing and a lodge with dining (great for sunset)
A must see while you are in Port Angeles!! Mountainous area with great views, hiking trails, wintertime skiing & snowboarding.
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Hurricane Ridge
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A must see while you are in Port Angeles!! Mountainous area with great views, hiking trails, wintertime skiing & snowboarding.
Get info, rainforest exhibit, maps and info on nature trails, many popular trails nearby.
Hoh Rainforest Visitor Center
11813 Upper Hoh Rd
Get info, rainforest exhibit, maps and info on nature trails, many popular trails nearby.
River park, waterfall and hot spring and trails. The Sol Duc River is a river in the U.S. state of Washington. About 78 miles (126 km) long, it flows west through the northwest part of the Olympic Peninsula, from the Olympic Mountains of Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest, then through the broad Sol Duc Valley. Near the Pacific Ocean.
Sol Duc River
River park, waterfall and hot spring and trails. The Sol Duc River is a river in the U.S. state of Washington. About 78 miles (126 km) long, it flows west through the northwest part of the Olympic Peninsula, from the Olympic Mountains of Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest, then through the broad Sol Duc Valley. Near the Pacific Ocean.
Northernmost of the southern beaches in the coast section of Olympic National Park. Located on Hwy 101 in Jefferson County 27 miles south of the town of Forks. Named for the ruby-like crystals that wash up onto the beach.
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Ruby Beach
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Northernmost of the southern beaches in the coast section of Olympic National Park. Located on Hwy 101 in Jefferson County 27 miles south of the town of Forks. Named for the ruby-like crystals that wash up onto the beach.
The Olympic National forest has coastal, and mountain ecosystems combined to create a spectacular wilderness park. The park has an area of 628,115 acres, it nearly surrounds Olympic National Park and the Olympic Mountain range. Olympic National Forest contains parts of Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, and Mason counties
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Olympic National Forest
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The Olympic National forest has coastal, and mountain ecosystems combined to create a spectacular wilderness park. The park has an area of 628,115 acres, it nearly surrounds Olympic National Park and the Olympic Mountain range. Olympic National Forest contains parts of Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, and Mason counties
Lake Quinault is located in the glacial-carved Quinault Valley of the Quinault River, at the southern edge of Olympic National Park.
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Lake Quinault
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Lake Quinault is located in the glacial-carved Quinault Valley of the Quinault River, at the southern edge of Olympic National Park.
Nature site with a scenic waterfall accessible by a short hike & a wooden bridge.
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Sol Duc Falls
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Nature site with a scenic waterfall accessible by a short hike & a wooden bridge.
The Quinault Rain Forest is a temperate rainforest, which is part of the Olympic National Park and the Olympic National Forest in the U.S. state of Washington in Grays Harbor County and Jefferson County. The rain forest is located in the valley formed by the Quinault River and Lake Quinault
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Quinault Rain Forest Trailhead
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The Quinault Rain Forest is a temperate rainforest, which is part of the Olympic National Park and the Olympic National Forest in the U.S. state of Washington in Grays Harbor County and Jefferson County. The rain forest is located in the valley formed by the Quinault River and Lake Quinault
Ozette Lake is the largest unaltered natural lake in Washington state at 29.5 km. The Makah name for Lake Ozette was Kahouk meaning "large lake." Eight miles long and three miles wide, Ozette Lake is contained within the northern boundary of the Olympic National Park's coastal strip. It is about 3 hours from Port Angeles. A kayaking favorite!
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Ozette Lake
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Ozette Lake is the largest unaltered natural lake in Washington state at 29.5 km. The Makah name for Lake Ozette was Kahouk meaning "large lake." Eight miles long and three miles wide, Ozette Lake is contained within the northern boundary of the Olympic National Park's coastal strip. It is about 3 hours from Port Angeles. A kayaking favorite!
Salt Creek Recreation Area is a 196-acre park located about 15 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington on U.S. Route 101 near the city of Joyce, Washington. The park was previously Camp Hayden, a World War II military camp built 1942-1945. It was purchased by the Federal General Services Administration after the war.
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Salt Creek Recreation Area
3506 Camp Hayden Road
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Salt Creek Recreation Area is a 196-acre park located about 15 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington on U.S. Route 101 near the city of Joyce, Washington. The park was previously Camp Hayden, a World War II military camp built 1942-1945. It was purchased by the Federal General Services Administration after the war.
Olympic National Park summit with a steep, challenging hike/climb to views of Lake Crescent. Mount Storm King is located within the Olympic National Park about 20 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington. The mountain is located on the south side of Lake Crescent near Barnes Point, and has an elevation of 4,500+ feet.
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Mount Storm King
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Olympic National Park summit with a steep, challenging hike/climb to views of Lake Crescent. Mount Storm King is located within the Olympic National Park about 20 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington. The mountain is located on the south side of Lake Crescent near Barnes Point, and has an elevation of 4,500+ feet.
Hiking Lake, Park, Mountain . . . ancient trees, vegetation, great for families.
Hoh River Trail
18113 Upper Hoh Rd
Hiking Lake, Park, Mountain . . . ancient trees, vegetation, great for families.
The Olympic Discovery Trail is a designated non-motorized, multi-use trail spanning the north end of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. The route spans around 140 miles between Port Townsend, Washington and La Push, Washington.
Olympic Discovery Trail: Adventure Route Trailhead
The Olympic Discovery Trail is a designated non-motorized, multi-use trail spanning the north end of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. The route spans around 140 miles between Port Townsend, Washington and La Push, Washington.
The Spruce Railroad Trail is a rail trail located on the shores of Lake Crescent about 20 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington, and is part of the 134-mile-long Olympic Discovery Trail. The trail follows the former Port Angeles Western Railroad grade along the shores of Lake Crescent
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Spruce Railroad Trail (Lake Crescent Trail)
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The Spruce Railroad Trail is a rail trail located on the shores of Lake Crescent about 20 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington, and is part of the 134-mile-long Olympic Discovery Trail. The trail follows the former Port Angeles Western Railroad grade along the shores of Lake Crescent
Beach and park. Nearly as Northwest as you can get in the continental US, a row of solemn, steadfast sea stacks frame the wild Pacific Ocean. This unique stretch along Shi Shi Beach is called Point of the Arches. It’s located at the edge of the Olympic National Park and is consistently rated one of the most picturesque viewpoints around.
Point Of Arches State Park
Beach and park. Nearly as Northwest as you can get in the continental US, a row of solemn, steadfast sea stacks frame the wild Pacific Ocean. This unique stretch along Shi Shi Beach is called Point of the Arches. It’s located at the edge of the Olympic National Park and is consistently rated one of the most picturesque viewpoints around.
Breathtaking scenery, Rialto Beach is a public beach located on the Pacific Ocean in Washington state. It is adjacent to Mora Campground in the Olympic National Park near the mouth of the Quillayute River, and is composed of an ocean beach and coastal forest. Be aware of the tides as you are hiking along, the tide could be rising.
Rialto Beach
Breathtaking scenery, Rialto Beach is a public beach located on the Pacific Ocean in Washington state. It is adjacent to Mora Campground in the Olympic National Park near the mouth of the Quillayute River, and is composed of an ocean beach and coastal forest. Be aware of the tides as you are hiking along, the tide could be rising.
Not an easy hike, is located just south of Port Angeles, Washington in the Olympic National Park. It is the highest peak in the Hurricane Ridge area. The summit, which offers panoramic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and many of the peaks of the interior Olympic Mountains can be climbed from the Klahane Ridge trail.
Mount Angeles Road
Not an easy hike, is located just south of Port Angeles, Washington in the Olympic National Park. It is the highest peak in the Hurricane Ridge area. The summit, which offers panoramic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and many of the peaks of the interior Olympic Mountains can be climbed from the Klahane Ridge trail.
Beautiful hike, very easy from the road to the beach is about 2 miles. Great for a day at the beach.
Third Beach Trailhead (Strawberry Bay Falls)
La Push Road
Beautiful hike, very easy from the road to the beach is about 2 miles. Great for a day at the beach.
Tougher hike, well-maintained trail but a lot of elevation over a short period. 360 views of surrounding mountains. Klahhane Ridge is located just to the south of Port Angeles, Washington, USA near Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park. The ridge is accessible by a variety of hiking trails and offers views of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Klahhane Ridge Trail
Tougher hike, well-maintained trail but a lot of elevation over a short period. 360 views of surrounding mountains. Klahhane Ridge is located just to the south of Port Angeles, Washington, USA near Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic National Park. The ridge is accessible by a variety of hiking trails and offers views of the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
One of our favorite hikes and we highly recommend. Beautiful views of Cape Flattery, the lighthouse, Pacific Ocean, Strait of Juan de Fuca with the Canadian Mountains across the way. The hike is about 1.5 miles roundtrip with 200' gain is the furthest northwest tip of the contiguous United State, Cape Flattery provides a dramatic backdrop to a surprisingly accessible hike. It's managed by the Makah Tribe, who provide permits for parking here at Washburn's General Store, The Makah Museum, and many other locations in Neah Bay. As you drive through on the way to the trailhead, be sure to purchase yours -- they're good for the year, and you can also use it for Shi Shi Beach. From the trailhead, depart down a wide, graveled trail into open forest. Heading gently downhill, the trail narrows down to boardwalk, keeping hikers out of the worst of the mud before transitioning to rooty tread. Signs along the way encourage you to stay on the trail; please honor these. This area sees enough traffic that a spur trail can quickly impact the area in a bad way. Preserve your future visits here by remaining on trail during this visit. Eventually, the trail returns to boardwalk, carrying you over a boggy sections as the wind intensifies. You're approaching the point. Three turnoffs exist that allow you to see views from all sides of the point. The first branches off to the left, to a viewing platform that allows you to peer down the sheer south side of the point. The second, a few hundred feet further down the trail, is a two-layered affair, where you can enjoy an expansive view north from the upper deck, and a more intimate view of the sea caves below from the lower layer. The third and last is, appropriately, the piece-de-resistance: a viewing platform accessed via a very steep but short stepladder. Straight ahead is Tatoosh Island. A lonely lighthouse sits on the island, which is constantly buffeted by waves and wind. To the north, it's the rocks of Cape Flattery reef, while to the south it's Kessiso Rocks. Birds wing in the breeze, and the seas around here teem with life. The constant pounding surf and the meeting of water with land here provides an ideal place for animals of all sorts to feed. As you gaze out on the Pacific, look for seagulls, cormorants, shorebirds of many other sorts, and marine animals like whales or otters playing in the surf.
Cape Flattery Trail
One of our favorite hikes and we highly recommend. Beautiful views of Cape Flattery, the lighthouse, Pacific Ocean, Strait of Juan de Fuca with the Canadian Mountains across the way. The hike is about 1.5 miles roundtrip with 200' gain is the furthest northwest tip of the contiguous United State, Cape Flattery provides a dramatic backdrop to a surprisingly accessible hike. It's managed by the Makah Tribe, who provide permits for parking here at Washburn's General Store, The Makah Museum, and many other locations in Neah Bay. As you drive through on the way to the trailhead, be sure to purchase yours -- they're good for the year, and you can also use it for Shi Shi Beach. From the trailhead, depart down a wide, graveled trail into open forest. Heading gently downhill, the trail narrows down to boardwalk, keeping hikers out of the worst of the mud before transitioning to rooty tread. Signs along the way encourage you to stay on the trail; please honor these. This area sees enough traffic that a spur trail can quickly impact the area in a bad way. Preserve your future visits here by remaining on trail during this visit. Eventually, the trail returns to boardwalk, carrying you over a boggy sections as the wind intensifies. You're approaching the point. Three turnoffs exist that allow you to see views from all sides of the point. The first branches off to the left, to a viewing platform that allows you to peer down the sheer south side of the point. The second, a few hundred feet further down the trail, is a two-layered affair, where you can enjoy an expansive view north from the upper deck, and a more intimate view of the sea caves below from the lower layer. The third and last is, appropriately, the piece-de-resistance: a viewing platform accessed via a very steep but short stepladder. Straight ahead is Tatoosh Island. A lonely lighthouse sits on the island, which is constantly buffeted by waves and wind. To the north, it's the rocks of Cape Flattery reef, while to the south it's Kessiso Rocks. Birds wing in the breeze, and the seas around here teem with life. The constant pounding surf and the meeting of water with land here provides an ideal place for animals of all sorts to feed. As you gaze out on the Pacific, look for seagulls, cormorants, shorebirds of many other sorts, and marine animals like whales or otters playing in the surf.
Getting Around
Highly recommend hopping the ferry by foot or car for about 1 1/2 hour ride to Victoria BC to spend the day exploring.
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Black Ball Ferry Line
101 East Railroad Avenue
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Highly recommend hopping the ferry by foot or car for about 1 1/2 hour ride to Victoria BC to spend the day exploring.
We have had a few requests for information on helicopter tours, we found this one online has 100% safety rating.
Atomic Helicopters
6987 Perimeter Rd S
We have had a few requests for information on helicopter tours, we found this one online has 100% safety rating.
Information services for visitors, brochures and more . . .
Port Angeles Visitor Center
121 E Railroad Ave
Information services for visitors, brochures and more . . .
Other Stores / shopping
Walmart Supercenter
3411 E Kolonels Way
Fresh, local produce and groceries as well as a garden section.
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Sunny Farms Country Store
261461 US-101
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Fresh, local produce and groceries as well as a garden section.
Clothing, raingear, sporting goods, footwear, fishing, hardware, gifts/souvenirs, garden items and more . . . fun store to visit
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Swain's General Store
602 E 1st St
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Clothing, raingear, sporting goods, footwear, fishing, hardware, gifts/souvenirs, garden items and more . . . fun store to visit
Nice grocery store offering vegan, gluten free local and organics, great produce! They also have supplements and other health and beauty products. They also have a little deli with coffee, smoothies, fresh salads/dishes, soups and a small selection of beer, wine, cider and liquor.
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Country Aire Natural Foods
200 West 1st Street
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Nice grocery store offering vegan, gluten free local and organics, great produce! They also have supplements and other health and beauty products. They also have a little deli with coffee, smoothies, fresh salads/dishes, soups and a small selection of beer, wine, cider and liquor.
Grocery Store / food market (closest Safeway for our Cozy Nautical Cottage and A Creek Runs Through (Valley St) It vacation rentals
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Safeway
110 East 3rd Street
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Grocery Store / food market (closest Safeway for our Cozy Nautical Cottage and A Creek Runs Through (Valley St) It vacation rentals
Grocery Store / food market - closest Safeway store for our "Port Angeles Creekside Retreat" (Maple Ln) vacation rental.
Safeway
2709 E Hwy 101
Grocery Store / food market - closest Safeway store for our "Port Angeles Creekside Retreat" (Maple Ln) vacation rental.
Coffee Shops
"WELCOME TO THE GREAT NORTHERN COFFEE BAR. We are dedicated to providing big dreams in a small town, tight knit community. We’ve created a home to share our passion for people, for food, for coffee and beer. We saw a need and we filled it. This community, our customers were hungry for change, for growth. We gave them exactly that; an experience of who we are, who this town is and where we came from. We’re renewing a sense of pride in the local community, showcasing how we got here and what created the success in our small town. We are fighting to be a front runner in this community-pride movement. We’re not reinventing it, but re-enforcing it. Re-establishing the need for relationships, creating excitement for the knowledge of our history and the foundation of the American experience. We set out to create an atmosphere, a business model like nothing else around; local coffee roasters, in-house baked goods. Developing menu items made with local ingredients, craft beer and local wine. We have enlisted the help of several local businesses to supply us with our inventory and daily operations. We were able to grow our Northern family and create jobs. Our plans are bold and include internships to learn our craft, expanding our retail, marketing and social media reach, to widen our menus and hire much more. We are not interested in just employees but to grow aspiring leaders. We are going to be a front runner for many successful careers. There is always something in the works at The Great Northern, where we can work together to maintain sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create an atmosphere for interaction, for socialization. Building a community coffee bar where we can share a coffee in the morning with a neighbor and return in the evening for a glass of wine, always feeling at home. The Great Northern is the setting for people to spend quality time with an old friend they fell out of touch with. It’s a place to spark a new friendship, a new relationship. A warm place that creates the family dinner atmosphere. We are unraveling the disconnect from social media, people are starting to notice they are missing the old fashion interaction. We are providing the platform for acquiring more community and personal involvement. We’re excited for our future plans to create more jobs, to give back locally, to expand and have the power to thrive big in our small town. And we personally invite you to share our passion for people, for food, for coffee and beer. Our craft is your experience. "
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Bada NW Coffee Shop
118 W 1st St
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"WELCOME TO THE GREAT NORTHERN COFFEE BAR. We are dedicated to providing big dreams in a small town, tight knit community. We’ve created a home to share our passion for people, for food, for coffee and beer. We saw a need and we filled it. This community, our customers were hungry for change, for growth. We gave them exactly that; an experience of who we are, who this town is and where we came from. We’re renewing a sense of pride in the local community, showcasing how we got here and what created the success in our small town. We are fighting to be a front runner in this community-pride movement. We’re not reinventing it, but re-enforcing it. Re-establishing the need for relationships, creating excitement for the knowledge of our history and the foundation of the American experience. We set out to create an atmosphere, a business model like nothing else around; local coffee roasters, in-house baked goods. Developing menu items made with local ingredients, craft beer and local wine. We have enlisted the help of several local businesses to supply us with our inventory and daily operations. We were able to grow our Northern family and create jobs. Our plans are bold and include internships to learn our craft, expanding our retail, marketing and social media reach, to widen our menus and hire much more. We are not interested in just employees but to grow aspiring leaders. We are going to be a front runner for many successful careers. There is always something in the works at The Great Northern, where we can work together to maintain sustainable businesses. Our mission is to create an atmosphere for interaction, for socialization. Building a community coffee bar where we can share a coffee in the morning with a neighbor and return in the evening for a glass of wine, always feeling at home. The Great Northern is the setting for people to spend quality time with an old friend they fell out of touch with. It’s a place to spark a new friendship, a new relationship. A warm place that creates the family dinner atmosphere. We are unraveling the disconnect from social media, people are starting to notice they are missing the old fashion interaction. We are providing the platform for acquiring more community and personal involvement. We’re excited for our future plans to create more jobs, to give back locally, to expand and have the power to thrive big in our small town. And we personally invite you to share our passion for people, for food, for coffee and beer. Our craft is your experience. "
Quality foods made in-house from scratch. HOURS of OPERATION: Monday through Saturday 7am to 4pm
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The Blackbird Coffeehouse
336 East 8th Street
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Quality foods made in-house from scratch. HOURS of OPERATION: Monday through Saturday 7am to 4pm
Local coffee shop
Daily Grind
1919 E 1st St
Local coffee shop
Great local organic food and coffee! (360) 504-2924 Open Fri- Mon. 9am-4pm Breakfast is from 9am-Noon Lunch is from Noon-4pm
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New Day Eatery
102 West Front Street
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Great local organic food and coffee! (360) 504-2924 Open Fri- Mon. 9am-4pm Breakfast is from 9am-Noon Lunch is from Noon-4pm
Local coffee and small food shop. Address: 3231 E Highway 101, Port Angeles, WA 98362, United States Phone: +1 360 452 9335
Rise N Grind
3231 E Hwy 101
Local coffee and small food shop. Address: 3231 E Highway 101, Port Angeles, WA 98362, United States Phone: +1 360 452 9335
Higher Grounds Espresso
510 N Oakridge Dr
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Higher Grounds Espresso Corporation
802 South C Street
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Lincoln Street Coffee Pot
902A S Lincoln St
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Starbucks
1912 Pike Place
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