Lake Crescent

Lake Crescent is a magnificent glacially carved lake located in Olympic National Park, Washington State, USA. It offers a range of outdoor activities and scenic beauty for visitors to enjoy.

Lavender Festival & Farms

The Lavender comes in bloom in July and offers purple spender into August. Lavender fans gather in Sequim to see the fields in Sequim WA just two hours from Seattle.

Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge is a stunning mountainous area located in the Olympic Mountains of Washington State, within the Olympic National Park, renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty.

Olympic Game Farm

Olympic Game Farm worked exclusively for Walt Disney Studios for 28 years, filming here at the farm and on the Olympic Peninsula, as well as on many different set locations.

Olympic Rain Forest

The Hoh Rainforest is not merely a visual spectacle; it’s a sanctuary for a diverse array of wildlife. From the elusive northern spotted owl to deer, elk, and black bears the rainforest teems with life.

Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park is rated as one of the best national parks in America. There are an unbelievable number of adventures and things to do. Some are one day trips to Port angles and Hurricane Ridge.

Olympic Discovery Trail

It begins at the Port of Ilwaco where you’ll find a brass sculpture of a California Condor spreading its wings, that commemorates a journal entry by William Clark, of Lewis and Clark, about a “buzzard of a large kind”.

Olympic Discovery Trail 2

Travels the upper reaches of both the East Peninsula, the more densely populated region, and West Peninsula a least populated with heavily forested with scenic views.

Sol Duc Hot Spring

Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort features three hot pools, a freshwater swimming pool, food services and camping grounds. A place to soak, especially after hiking to the Sol Duc Falls.

Salt Creek Campground

Salt Creek Campground is a picturesque camping destination on the Olympic Peninsula. Situated near Port Angeles, the campground offers a unique coastal camping experience with stunning views.

Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge

The primary feature of the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is the Dungeness Spit, a long, narrow sand spit that extends into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

Cape Flattery

Cape Flattery is a day trip from the Dungeness Valley Inn. When you reach Lake Crescent, you are just halfway. Highway 112 ends and the Cape Flattery Scenic Byway begins.