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Sightseeing

One of the top 10 favorite destinations in Olympic National Park. The views are stunning!
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Hurricane Ridge
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One of the top 10 favorite destinations in Olympic National Park. The views are stunning!
With nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline.
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Olympic National Park
3002 Mt Angeles Rd
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With nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, and several distinctly different ecosystems, including glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline.
The refuge is composed of over 772 acres which includes Dungeness Spit, Graveyard Spit, and portions of Dungeness Bay and Harbor. The Refuge is open to the public year-round. Hiking, wildlife viewing, and photography are popular activities on the Refuge. Forested, looping trails through the refuge open up to scenic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Mt. Baker.
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Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge
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The refuge is composed of over 772 acres which includes Dungeness Spit, Graveyard Spit, and portions of Dungeness Bay and Harbor. The Refuge is open to the public year-round. Hiking, wildlife viewing, and photography are popular activities on the Refuge. Forested, looping trails through the refuge open up to scenic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Mt. Baker.
A picturesque, victorian, waterfront town about 40mins. from Sequim. Explore the historic downtown area. Enjoy a picnic lunch at Chetzemoka Park. Visit Point Wilson Lighthouse or the Marine Science Center. Take a whale watching boat tour around Protection Island. Be sure to stop at Elevated Ice Cream and Pane de Amore Bakery.
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Port Townsend
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A picturesque, victorian, waterfront town about 40mins. from Sequim. Explore the historic downtown area. Enjoy a picnic lunch at Chetzemoka Park. Visit Point Wilson Lighthouse or the Marine Science Center. Take a whale watching boat tour around Protection Island. Be sure to stop at Elevated Ice Cream and Pane de Amore Bakery.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Olympic National Park. Located just a few miles from Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort and Campground. You view the falls from above as they fall 50 feet into the slot canyon below.
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Sol Duc Falls
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One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Olympic National Park. Located just a few miles from Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort and Campground. You view the falls from above as they fall 50 feet into the slot canyon below.
A must-see destination in Olympic National Park. Miles of trails through lush, dense old-growth forests. The rain forest receives over 168 inches of rain per year! The Hall of Mosses trail is one of the most popular hiking trails. It is an easy trail looping about 1 mile from the Hoh Rain Forest Vistor's Center.
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Hoh Rainforest Olympic Nat’l Park
5629-4911 Upper Hoh Road
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A must-see destination in Olympic National Park. Miles of trails through lush, dense old-growth forests. The rain forest receives over 168 inches of rain per year! The Hall of Mosses trail is one of the most popular hiking trails. It is an easy trail looping about 1 mile from the Hoh Rain Forest Vistor's Center.
Lake Crescent is known for its brilliant blue, deep waters (600'). Popular hiking trails include the Spruce Railroad Trail, Pyramid Mountain trail, and the Barnes Creek trail to Marymere Falls. The Spruce Railroad Trail follows what was once the tracks of a logging railroad along the shores of the lake. Follow this trail on the north side of the lake to an old railroad tunnel as well as "Devils Punch Bowl", a popular swimming and diving area.
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Lake Crescent
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Lake Crescent is known for its brilliant blue, deep waters (600'). Popular hiking trails include the Spruce Railroad Trail, Pyramid Mountain trail, and the Barnes Creek trail to Marymere Falls. The Spruce Railroad Trail follows what was once the tracks of a logging railroad along the shores of the lake. Follow this trail on the north side of the lake to an old railroad tunnel as well as "Devils Punch Bowl", a popular swimming and diving area.
Rialto Beach is a public beach located on the Pacific Ocean in Washington state. View offshore islands called "Sea Stacks" and explore the tide pools. Hike to the famous "Hole in the Wall.
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Rialto Beach
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Rialto Beach is a public beach located on the Pacific Ocean in Washington state. View offshore islands called "Sea Stacks" and explore the tide pools. Hike to the famous "Hole in the Wall.
Spectacular beach where you can roam and explore. See gigantic driftwood and off shore rock formations called "sea stacks." During low tide, explore the tide pools and see starfish, crabs, and other sea life. Be sure to check the tidal charts before heading out!
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Ruby Beach
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Spectacular beach where you can roam and explore. See gigantic driftwood and off shore rock formations called "sea stacks." During low tide, explore the tide pools and see starfish, crabs, and other sea life. Be sure to check the tidal charts before heading out!
A beautiful marina and park with park benches and picnic areas. You can rent kayaks and stand-up paddle boards at the marina. The Dockside Grill Restaurant offers scenic views of the marina.
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John Wayne Marina
2577 West Sequim Bay Road
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A beautiful marina and park with park benches and picnic areas. You can rent kayaks and stand-up paddle boards at the marina. The Dockside Grill Restaurant offers scenic views of the marina.
Point Wilson Light (built in 1879) is still an active aid to navigation today. Located in Fort Worden State Park near Port Townsend. You can actually stay at the lighthouse. The historic Chief's house is available as a vacation rental. Proceeds from rentals benefit on-going preservation and restoration work.
Point Wilson Lighthouse
200 Battery Way
Point Wilson Light (built in 1879) is still an active aid to navigation today. Located in Fort Worden State Park near Port Townsend. You can actually stay at the lighthouse. The historic Chief's house is available as a vacation rental. Proceeds from rentals benefit on-going preservation and restoration work.
A popular destination near Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. Hike to the falls via a 1.7 mile (out and back), dirt trail through old growth forest. Open year-round.
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Marymere Falls
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A popular destination near Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. Hike to the falls via a 1.7 mile (out and back), dirt trail through old growth forest. Open year-round.
Hike an easy, paved trail ending at the beautiful Madison Falls. Access to the trailhead starts right after you enter through the park.
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Madison Falls Trailhead
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Hike an easy, paved trail ending at the beautiful Madison Falls. Access to the trailhead starts right after you enter through the park.
Popular destination for hikers with the first 2 miles on boardwalks and trails through the forest opening up to 2+ miles of beach. Tide pools and sea stacks lead to the spectacular "Point of Arches" rock formation. Visitors will need two permits: The Makah Recreation Pass ($10) and an Olympic National Park wilderness permit (available at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center in Port Angeles).
Shi-Shi Beach
Popular destination for hikers with the first 2 miles on boardwalks and trails through the forest opening up to 2+ miles of beach. Tide pools and sea stacks lead to the spectacular "Point of Arches" rock formation. Visitors will need two permits: The Makah Recreation Pass ($10) and an Olympic National Park wilderness permit (available at the Olympic National Park Visitor Center in Port Angeles).
New Dungeness Lighthouse The historic New Dungeness Lighthouse is 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. The Dungeness Spit is the longest natural sand spit in North America. The lighthouse is at the end of the spit and is a popular hike, but is an 11-mile round trip to reach it. Be sure to check the Tide Tables in advance and only attempt the hike at low tide. High tides require you to climb over driftwood logs and can add several hours to your trip. Be sure to wear suitable shoes and wear sunscreen during the summer. There is a $3 Refuge permit fee for a party of four adults payable at the Kiosk. Children under 16 are free. The Refuge closes at sunset, so be sure you plan accordingly.
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New Dungeness Lighthouse
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New Dungeness Lighthouse The historic New Dungeness Lighthouse is 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. The Dungeness Spit is the longest natural sand spit in North America. The lighthouse is at the end of the spit and is a popular hike, but is an 11-mile round trip to reach it. Be sure to check the Tide Tables in advance and only attempt the hike at low tide. High tides require you to climb over driftwood logs and can add several hours to your trip. Be sure to wear suitable shoes and wear sunscreen during the summer. There is a $3 Refuge permit fee for a party of four adults payable at the Kiosk. Children under 16 are free. The Refuge closes at sunset, so be sure you plan accordingly.
Salt Creek Recreation Area Open year round, this 196-acre park is located about 15 miles west of Port Angeles. Beautiful views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Popular shore diving spot. Explore the tide pools at low tide. Stroll the beach or view whale spouts from the cliffs. First come, first serve day-use picnic tables with fire pits and benches. Playground area, sand volleyball courts, horse-shoe pits, basketball court and playing field. Short, scenic wooded park trails and public restrooms and coin operated showers. Pets allowed on a leash.
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Salt Creek Recreation Area
3506 Camp Hayden Road
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Salt Creek Recreation Area Open year round, this 196-acre park is located about 15 miles west of Port Angeles. Beautiful views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Popular shore diving spot. Explore the tide pools at low tide. Stroll the beach or view whale spouts from the cliffs. First come, first serve day-use picnic tables with fire pits and benches. Playground area, sand volleyball courts, horse-shoe pits, basketball court and playing field. Short, scenic wooded park trails and public restrooms and coin operated showers. Pets allowed on a leash.
Located in the southwestern area of Olympic National Park. This temperate rainforest can average 140 inches of rain each year, so bring your rain gear! Lots of great looping hiking trails with interpretive signage. Try the Quinault Rain Forest Loop Drive around beautiful Lake Quinault. It's a 31 mile loop (about 2 hours without stops) around Lake Quinault, up the Quinault River into the Olympic National Park, and back around the other side. Lots of opportunities to stop along the way to view waterfalls and wildlife, or hike. You may see Roosevelt elk, black-tail deer, cougar, bald eagle, bobcat, black bear and gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains.
Quinault Rainforest
Located in the southwestern area of Olympic National Park. This temperate rainforest can average 140 inches of rain each year, so bring your rain gear! Lots of great looping hiking trails with interpretive signage. Try the Quinault Rain Forest Loop Drive around beautiful Lake Quinault. It's a 31 mile loop (about 2 hours without stops) around Lake Quinault, up the Quinault River into the Olympic National Park, and back around the other side. Lots of opportunities to stop along the way to view waterfalls and wildlife, or hike. You may see Roosevelt elk, black-tail deer, cougar, bald eagle, bobcat, black bear and gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains.
The 32-mile Dungeness River runs through Sequim. Flows to Dungeness Bay in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. from October through February, you’ll have the chance to fish for Coho salmon and steelhead trout.
Dungeness River
The 32-mile Dungeness River runs through Sequim. Flows to Dungeness Bay in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. from October through February, you’ll have the chance to fish for Coho salmon and steelhead trout.
The Strait, is a large body of water between western Washington state and Canada. It connects Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean and has 217 miles of shoreline. The Strait serves as a migratory passage for hundreds of marine species, and provides habitat and food for salmon, birds, marine mammals, and forage fish.
Strait of Juan de Fuca
The Strait, is a large body of water between western Washington state and Canada. It connects Puget Sound and the Pacific Ocean and has 217 miles of shoreline. The Strait serves as a migratory passage for hundreds of marine species, and provides habitat and food for salmon, birds, marine mammals, and forage fish.
The Olympic National Forest is a diverse landscape with temperate rain forests, saltwater beaches, snow capped mountains, waterfalls and large lowland lakes. Numerous hiking trails and recreational areas.
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Olympic National Forest
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The Olympic National Forest is a diverse landscape with temperate rain forests, saltwater beaches, snow capped mountains, waterfalls and large lowland lakes. Numerous hiking trails and recreational areas.
On a clear day offers stunning, 360 degree views at the top. Worth the 9mile drive on dirt/gravel road to reach the top. Road to the top is closed in the winter. Paved portion of road before reaching the last dirt section has scenic pull-off areas.
Blue Mountain
On a clear day offers stunning, 360 degree views at the top. Worth the 9mile drive on dirt/gravel road to reach the top. Road to the top is closed in the winter. Paved portion of road before reaching the last dirt section has scenic pull-off areas.
Railroad Bridge Park, part of the Olympic Discovery Trail, is along a 25-acre stretch of the Dungeness River. An historic railroad bridge converted to a pedestrian bridge. The ODT has paths suitable for walking, jogging, or riding a bike. The path starts at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, where you can learn about native birds, and continues along the river into the woods, where it links with an equestrian trail.
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Dungeness River Audubon Center
2151 West Hendrickson Road
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Railroad Bridge Park, part of the Olympic Discovery Trail, is along a 25-acre stretch of the Dungeness River. An historic railroad bridge converted to a pedestrian bridge. The ODT has paths suitable for walking, jogging, or riding a bike. The path starts at the Dungeness River Audubon Center, where you can learn about native birds, and continues along the river into the woods, where it links with an equestrian trail.

Activites

A local favorite. The historic Railroad Bridge leads to The Dungeness River Nature Center. The historic, 730’ wooden trestle railroad bridge was fully restored in 1992 as a pedestrian bridge. This is the perfect place to bike or walk along the ODT that leads to the Bridge overlooking the Dungeness River. The Park and trail are a great place for wildlife viewing and bird-watching. Eagles are frequently seen in the area. There are free Wednesday morning bird walks. Picnic tables, benches and a small, open-air amphitheater are part of the complex. Music events and wildlife lectures are held at the amphitheater.
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Dungeness River Audubon Center
2151 West Hendrickson Road
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A local favorite. The historic Railroad Bridge leads to The Dungeness River Nature Center. The historic, 730’ wooden trestle railroad bridge was fully restored in 1992 as a pedestrian bridge. This is the perfect place to bike or walk along the ODT that leads to the Bridge overlooking the Dungeness River. The Park and trail are a great place for wildlife viewing and bird-watching. Eagles are frequently seen in the area. There are free Wednesday morning bird walks. Picnic tables, benches and a small, open-air amphitheater are part of the complex. Music events and wildlife lectures are held at the amphitheater.
Golf Course and great Restaurant and Sports Bar. The sports bar (Stymie's) has a great 1/2 price appetizer menu during happy hour; a local favorite.
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Cedars at Dungeness
1965 Woodcock Road
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Golf Course and great Restaurant and Sports Bar. The sports bar (Stymie's) has a great 1/2 price appetizer menu during happy hour; a local favorite.
Beautiful course with stunning mountain views, abundant wildlife, and old growth trees. The course has multiple sets of tees and is enjoyable for players of all skill levels. Restaurant fireplace and large tv screens.
Sunland Golf Club
109 Hilltop Drive
Beautiful course with stunning mountain views, abundant wildlife, and old growth trees. The course has multiple sets of tees and is enjoyable for players of all skill levels. Restaurant fireplace and large tv screens.
Sky Ridge Golf Course Center
7015 Old Olympic Highway
Golf anyone?

Food scene

Oak Table Cafe Sequim - Local favorite and best place in town for breakfast. Large portions and awesome, thick-sliced bacon. Apple pancakes are a house specialty and huge! Gets busy so get there early. They don't take reservations.
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Oak Table Cafe
292 West Bell Street
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Oak Table Cafe Sequim - Local favorite and best place in town for breakfast. Large portions and awesome, thick-sliced bacon. Apple pancakes are a house specialty and huge! Gets busy so get there early. They don't take reservations.
Sequim - Local favorite sports bar at Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course. Great 1/2 price happy hour and appetizer menu (3-5pm; after 8pm). Favorites are clam chowder, fish & chips, burgers and sweet potato fries. Daily specials include Sunday burgers and Prime Rib Tuesday. Outdoor seating overlooking the golf course. Gets busy on weekends. They do take reservations.
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Stymie's Bar And Grill
1965 Woodcock Road
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Sequim - Local favorite sports bar at Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course. Great 1/2 price happy hour and appetizer menu (3-5pm; after 8pm). Favorites are clam chowder, fish & chips, burgers and sweet potato fries. Daily specials include Sunday burgers and Prime Rib Tuesday. Outdoor seating overlooking the golf course. Gets busy on weekends. They do take reservations.
Sequim - Sports bar with great burgers and daily specials. Try the drive-in burger or Monday night burger special. Prime Rib night.
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The Oasis Bar & Grill
301 East Washington Street
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Sequim - Sports bar with great burgers and daily specials. Try the drive-in burger or Monday night burger special. Prime Rib night.
Sequim - Excellent Mexican food with fresh salsa bar (made daily). Try the tacos, nachos or chicken taquitos. Easier to park in lot behind restaurant than parking on Washington St.
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Jose's Famous Salsa
126 East Washington Street
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Sequim - Excellent Mexican food with fresh salsa bar (made daily). Try the tacos, nachos or chicken taquitos. Easier to park in lot behind restaurant than parking on Washington St.
equim - Good comfort food and breakfast. Nice outdoor seating area. Best corn muffins in town.
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Black Bear Diner Sequim
1471 East Washington Street
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equim - Good comfort food and breakfast. Nice outdoor seating area. Best corn muffins in town.
Sequim - Wood-fired pizza and desserts made in-house. Nice outdoor seating area in courtyard garden. Local, organic ingredients and weekly specials. They do accept reservations.
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Alder Wood Bistro
139 West Alder Street
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Sequim - Wood-fired pizza and desserts made in-house. Nice outdoor seating area in courtyard garden. Local, organic ingredients and weekly specials. They do accept reservations.
Sequim - Small, satellite bakery (main bakery in Port Townsend). Great daily fresh-baked breads (love the seedy sourdough!). Get there early as they sell out quickly. You can order your favorites the day before and pick up the next day. Nice place to stop for a treat while shopping downtown.
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Pane dAmore
104 E Washington St
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Sequim - Small, satellite bakery (main bakery in Port Townsend). Great daily fresh-baked breads (love the seedy sourdough!). Get there early as they sell out quickly. You can order your favorites the day before and pick up the next day. Nice place to stop for a treat while shopping downtown.
Port Angeles - Local favorite in Port Angeles. Known for great breakfast with large portions. Thick-sliced bacon is delicious and to die for fresh baked cinnamon rolls. Gets very busy. They don't take reservations, but if you call ahead when on your way they can put you on their waiting list.
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Chestnut Cottage Restaurant
929 East Front Street
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Port Angeles - Local favorite in Port Angeles. Known for great breakfast with large portions. Thick-sliced bacon is delicious and to die for fresh baked cinnamon rolls. Gets very busy. They don't take reservations, but if you call ahead when on your way they can put you on their waiting list.
Port Angeles - Small, family-owned cafe serving made-from-scratch, home-style food. Awesome breakfast and burgers. Try the Wirley burger or chick pea burger. Great garlic parmesan fries, micro brews and local wines. Good soft serve ice cream.
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Granny's Cafe
235471 U.S. 101
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Port Angeles - Small, family-owned cafe serving made-from-scratch, home-style food. Awesome breakfast and burgers. Try the Wirley burger or chick pea burger. Great garlic parmesan fries, micro brews and local wines. Good soft serve ice cream.
Joyce, Washington Family-run cafe with great coffee, breakfast pies and burgers. Delicious blackberry milk shakes. Famous for the Sasquatch Burger (20 oz!).
Blackberry Cafe
50530 Washington 112
Joyce, Washington Family-run cafe with great coffee, breakfast pies and burgers. Delicious blackberry milk shakes. Famous for the Sasquatch Burger (20 oz!).
Port Townsend - Great Ice cream! (they also have candy).
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Elevated Ice Cream Co
631 Water Street
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Port Townsend - Great Ice cream! (they also have candy).
Port Angeles - Big screeen TV's and outdoor seating. Good craft beers and burgers.
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Next Door Gastropub
113 West 1st Street
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Port Angeles - Big screeen TV's and outdoor seating. Good craft beers and burgers.
Historic ambience. Located just west of Sequim,off Hwy 101 & Carlsborg Road. Outdoor covered seating and kid’s menu. Sunday Brunch.
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Old Mill Cafe
721 Carlsborg Road
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Historic ambience. Located just west of Sequim,off Hwy 101 & Carlsborg Road. Outdoor covered seating and kid’s menu. Sunday Brunch.
Great burgers, brews and fries. A bit pricey but worth it! Located just off Washington St. in Sequim (behind WaFd Bank).
Shadowline Burgers & Brews
179 West Washington Street
Great burgers, brews and fries. A bit pricey but worth it! Located just off Washington St. in Sequim (behind WaFd Bank).
A local favorite cafe. Excellent in house, scratch made, muffins, cakes and pastries. Breakfast, salads and sandwiches. Great carrot cake. Salad dressings and sauces are made in house. Local craft beers, wines, cider and and kombucha. Live music events in the evening like open mic night, and sip and paint. Small outdoor seating area.
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RainShadow Coffee Roasting Company
157 West Cedar Street
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A local favorite cafe. Excellent in house, scratch made, muffins, cakes and pastries. Breakfast, salads and sandwiches. Great carrot cake. Salad dressings and sauces are made in house. Local craft beers, wines, cider and and kombucha. Live music events in the evening like open mic night, and sip and paint. Small outdoor seating area.
Local favorite coffee shop cafe. Great breakfast sandwiches and bagels. Has drive-thru window service.
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Adagio Bean & Leaf
981 E Washington St
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Local favorite coffee shop cafe. Great breakfast sandwiches and bagels. Has drive-thru window service.
Starbucks
1095 West Washington Street
Coffee shop and cafe located in the heart of downtown; a local favorite. Offers sandwiches and yummy baked goods and ice cream. Lots of cozy seating. Additional parking lot behind cafe.
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Hurricane Coffee Co
104 West Washington Street
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Coffee shop and cafe located in the heart of downtown; a local favorite. Offers sandwiches and yummy baked goods and ice cream. Lots of cozy seating. Additional parking lot behind cafe.

City/town information

Sequim (one syllable; pronounced "skwim", sounds like swim), population 7,500 is nestled at the foot of the Olympic Mountains along the Dungeness River. Sequim is known as the "Lavender Capital of North America" with over 30 lavendar farms! It hosts a world renowned annual Lavender Festival the 3rd week in July. Know as the "Gateway to Olympic National Park."
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Sequim
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Sequim (one syllable; pronounced "skwim", sounds like swim), population 7,500 is nestled at the foot of the Olympic Mountains along the Dungeness River. Sequim is known as the "Lavender Capital of North America" with over 30 lavendar farms! It hosts a world renowned annual Lavender Festival the 3rd week in July. Know as the "Gateway to Olympic National Park."

Parks

This 35 acre park is Sequim's largest with paved hiking trails that loop through the park. Enjoy the duck ponds, fish pond and beautiful garden areas. The park has 2 playground areas, pickle ball, soccer fields, skate park and off leash doggie area. There are covered picnic areas and public restrooms. Enjoy free, live music in the open air ampitheater in the summer. The park is headquarters for the annual Lavender Festival.
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Carrie Blake Park
202 North Blake Avenue
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This 35 acre park is Sequim's largest with paved hiking trails that loop through the park. Enjoy the duck ponds, fish pond and beautiful garden areas. The park has 2 playground areas, pickle ball, soccer fields, skate park and off leash doggie area. There are covered picnic areas and public restrooms. Enjoy free, live music in the open air ampitheater in the summer. The park is headquarters for the annual Lavender Festival.
Beautiful, wooded hiking trails. Two parking area entrances. Has looping, dirt hiking paths. Be sure to grab a trail map, so you end your hike at the entrance where you parked (it's easy to end up at the wrong entrance). A paved portion of the Olympic Discovery trail winds around the perimeter. Locals head here when it's windy, as the wooded trails are protected from the wind.
Robin Hill Farm County Park
141 Dryke Road
Beautiful, wooded hiking trails. Two parking area entrances. Has looping, dirt hiking paths. Be sure to grab a trail map, so you end your hike at the entrance where you parked (it's easy to end up at the wrong entrance). A paved portion of the Olympic Discovery trail winds around the perimeter. Locals head here when it's windy, as the wooded trails are protected from the wind.
A historic wooden train trestle bridge (converted to a pedestrian bridge), spans the Dungeness River. Part of the Olympic Discovery trail. It is a flat, paved trail perfect for a hike or bike ride.
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Railroad Bridge Park
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A historic wooden train trestle bridge (converted to a pedestrian bridge), spans the Dungeness River. Part of the Olympic Discovery trail. It is a flat, paved trail perfect for a hike or bike ride.
Cline Spit Community Beach County Park is a 2 acres beach park with a boat ramp providing access to inner Dungeness Bay and 240 feet of public tidelands. Boating, crabbing, windsurfing and kayaking are the main activities here.
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Cline Spit County Park
199 Cline Spit Rd
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Cline Spit Community Beach County Park is a 2 acres beach park with a boat ramp providing access to inner Dungeness Bay and 240 feet of public tidelands. Boating, crabbing, windsurfing and kayaking are the main activities here.
A favorite local beach and park. This Park has a saltwater boat launch (18' max), four picnic tables (one wheelchair accessible), public beach access, vault toilet (wheelchair accessible), and a parking area. Walk the beach, kayak or boat. Drive north out of Sequim on Sequim-Dungeness Avenue. Turn right on Port Williams Road (at the roundabout) and this road will take you into the Park.
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Port Williams County Park
2499 Port Williams Rd
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A favorite local beach and park. This Park has a saltwater boat launch (18' max), four picnic tables (one wheelchair accessible), public beach access, vault toilet (wheelchair accessible), and a parking area. Walk the beach, kayak or boat. Drive north out of Sequim on Sequim-Dungeness Avenue. Turn right on Port Williams Road (at the roundabout) and this road will take you into the Park.
Tucked away, but located in the heart of downtown Sequim. This 4-acre, shady park is perfect for a picnic lunch when shopping downtown. Picnic tables and benches are available.
Pioneer Memorial Park
387 East Washington Street
Tucked away, but located in the heart of downtown Sequim. This 4-acre, shady park is perfect for a picnic lunch when shopping downtown. Picnic tables and benches are available.
Dungeness Recreation Area. Hiking trails that loop through forested areas and open up to great views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Mt. Baker.
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Dungeness County Park
554 Voice of America Road West
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Dungeness Recreation Area. Hiking trails that loop through forested areas and open up to great views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Mt. Baker.

Festivals, Markets & Events

Sequim is known as the "Lavender capital of North America" with over 30 lavender farms growing over 110,000 lavender plants each year. Sequim hosts an annual lavender festival the 3rd weekend of July, attended by people from all over the world. The farms are open throughout the summer and many enjoy visiting and picking their own lavender! During Lavender Weekend there is a street fair with live music and vendors at Carrie Blake Park. There is even a bicyle "Tour de Lavender" event you can participate in.
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Sequim Lavendar Festival
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Sequim is known as the "Lavender capital of North America" with over 30 lavender farms growing over 110,000 lavender plants each year. Sequim hosts an annual lavender festival the 3rd weekend of July, attended by people from all over the world. The farms are open throughout the summer and many enjoy visiting and picking their own lavender! During Lavender Weekend there is a street fair with live music and vendors at Carrie Blake Park. There is even a bicyle "Tour de Lavender" event you can participate in.
An open air market that offers hand-crafted and home-grown products every Saturday from May through October. Over 40 local vendors, a live Summer music series, food and other events.
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Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market
152 West Cedar Street
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An open air market that offers hand-crafted and home-grown products every Saturday from May through October. Over 40 local vendors, a live Summer music series, food and other events.
Annual Crab and Seafood Festival in Port Angeles in October. Great food, live music, street vendors and other events at the pier.
Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival Office
118 E 1st St
Annual Crab and Seafood Festival in Port Angeles in October. Great food, live music, street vendors and other events at the pier.
Fields and fields of every imaginable color of tulips.A must see in April if you have time. Call ahead to verify peak bloom time. Bring your camera, umbrella and mud boots! Take a 30 min ferry from Port Townsend to Coupeville, WA. You MUST make a reservation for the ferry! About one hour drive from Coupeville on SR 20 to the Tulip Fields. Nearby La Connor might be a good place to stay in the area. Very popular so be prepared for crowds; especially on the weekends.
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Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
311 West Kincaid Street
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Fields and fields of every imaginable color of tulips.A must see in April if you have time. Call ahead to verify peak bloom time. Bring your camera, umbrella and mud boots! Take a 30 min ferry from Port Townsend to Coupeville, WA. You MUST make a reservation for the ferry! About one hour drive from Coupeville on SR 20 to the Tulip Fields. Nearby La Connor might be a good place to stay in the area. Very popular so be prepared for crowds; especially on the weekends.
The local Sequim airport sponsors an annual Fly-in event in August. It features antique plane exhibitions, a classic car-show, hot air balloon rides, helicopter rides, remote control aircraft, aerial demonstrations, aviation crafts, music, food and more.
Olympic Peninsula Air Affaire
468 Dorothy Hunt Lane
The local Sequim airport sponsors an annual Fly-in event in August. It features antique plane exhibitions, a classic car-show, hot air balloon rides, helicopter rides, remote control aircraft, aerial demonstrations, aviation crafts, music, food and more.
Great local favorite for organic and locally grown foods. Great deli.
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Sunny Farms Country Store
261461 US-101
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Great local favorite for organic and locally grown foods. Great deli.

Hiking & Biking

Sequim is situated right in the center of the Olympic Discovery Trail, a 120-mile trail that stretches from Port Townsend to Port Angeles across the Olympic Peninsula. Currently, 40 miles of the trail are paved connecting the path from just east of Sequim to Port Angeles. It is perfect for walking and bicycling. The trail will take you through beautiful, scenic areas including along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and through the historic Railroad Bridge Park. There are abundant rest stops, picnic areas, and opportunities to stop at local attractions including the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge Area and the Olympic Game Farm.
Olympic Discovery Trail: Adventure Route Trailhead
Sequim is situated right in the center of the Olympic Discovery Trail, a 120-mile trail that stretches from Port Townsend to Port Angeles across the Olympic Peninsula. Currently, 40 miles of the trail are paved connecting the path from just east of Sequim to Port Angeles. It is perfect for walking and bicycling. The trail will take you through beautiful, scenic areas including along the Strait of Juan de Fuca and through the historic Railroad Bridge Park. There are abundant rest stops, picnic areas, and opportunities to stop at local attractions including the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge Area and the Olympic Game Farm.