Juan de Fuca Cottages on the Olympic Peninsula
182 Marine Drive, Sequim, WA, USAhttp://www.juandefuca.com360.683.4433Located on the Olympic Peninsula in sunny Sequim, Washington, the Juan de Fuca Cottages and Hotel Suites sits on a low-bank, waterfront bluff at the edge of Dungeness Bay with our own private beach. The Juan de Fuca Cottages and Suites lodging offers spectacular views of the Dungeness Spit, the New Dungeness Lighthouse, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Hurricane Ridge, the Olympic Mountains, and Victoria, B.C., just across the water. We share our beach with the National Wildlife Refuge. Not like other hotels - with 7 acres of Olympic Mountain and waterfront views - the cottages are more like a resort !
Dungeness Recreation Area Campground
Olympic Cellars Winery
255410 U.S. 101http://olympiccellars.com(360) 452-0160Olympic Cellars is a heritage winery located in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. Founded in 1979, it is the 15th winery in Washington State and the first to locate on the North Olympic Peninsula.
5021 Sequim-Dungeness Wayhttp://www.dungenesskayaking.com(360) 681-4190Explore and experience the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge and the beautiful waterways of the Pacific Northwest in a kayak!!
The Winery Loop
2358 U.S. 101http://www.olympicpeninsulawineries.org800-785-5495With superb local wine, fresh regional cuisine, and spectacular scenery, a visit to the Olympic Peninsula Wineries is the quintessential Northwest experience. The artisan wineries of the Olympic Peninsula invite you to enjoy this beautiful part of Washington State Wine Country and taste award winning wines that are as distinctive as their locations. Explore hidden back roads and the spectacular countryside as you visit these locally famous wineries that offer some of the finest wines from Washington State.
Clallam Country Parks
223 E 4th Sthttp://www.clallam.net/Parks360-417-2291Clallam County manages parks in various parts of the County, primarily oriented around water. Camping, fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, horse riding, picnicking, scuba diving, beachcombing, and fairgrounds activities are some of the recreation opportunities available to visitors.
Olympic Raft & Kayak
123 Lake Aldwell Roadhttp://www.raftandkayak.com(360) 452-1443For over 25 years we have been the leader of outdoor adventures on the Olympic Peninsula. We love what we do and it shows! Whether you are joining us on a guided rafting or kayaking tour of some of the most beautiful areas in the world, renting a kayak to explore it yourself, or allowing us to get you started in the exciting world of kayaking, we are the local professionals for all your paddlesports needs. Give us a call! We’d love to experience with you the beauty and excitement of our backyard.
Olympic National Park
3002 Mount Angeles Roadhttp://www.nps.gov/olym/index.htm(360) 565-3130Olympic National Park is a land of beauty and variety. A day's exploration can take you from breathtaking mountain vistas with meadows of wildflowers to colorful ocean tidepools. Nestled in the valleys are some of the largest remnants of ancient forests left in the country. Olympic is like three magical parks in one. Take some time to explore its many faces!
715 Holgerson Roadhttp://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/sea/pugetsound/bluffs/dungeness.html(360) 457-8451Dungeness Spit is the longest natural sand spit in the United States. Extending 5 miles into the Strait of Juan De Fuca, Dungeness Spit has grown about 15 feet per year for the past 120 years.
New Dungeness Lighthouse
http://www.newdungenesslighthouse.com(360) 683-6638The New Dungeness Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses in the Northwest and is one of the very few that allow families an opportunity to be Lighthouse Keepers for a week.
Sequim Valley Airport
Washington State Ferries
2499 Ocean Avenuehttp://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries1.888.808.7977Whether you're looking for a short, relaxing, half-day getaway; a weekend escape; or a great vacation; Washington State Ferries is the ideal way to go. We serve some of Washington's most picturesque and historic destinations.
Black Ball Ferry Line
101 East Railroad Avenuehttp://www.cohoferry.com/main(360) 457-4491The M.V. Coho provides a classic ship experience linking Victoria, B.C. on Vancouver Island with Port Angeles, WA on the scenic Olympic Peninsula. Our passenger and vehicle ferry provides year round daily service. Enjoy this scenic 90 minute crossing as part of your next vacation. Experience the many adventures that await you on Vancouver Island and within the Olympic National Park. When planning your next trip to Seattle, WA choose our ferry line to avoid long border wait times. Our Port Angeles terminal is just a 2.5 hour drive from Seattle, WA. Our Captain and Crew look forward to welcoming you on board the ship!
Alder Wood Bistro
139 West Alder Streethttp://www.alderwoodbistro.com(360) 683-4321Dinner Reservations Recommended. Lunch reservations accpted for parties of 5 or more. We are a small neighborhood bistro, so we recommend calling ahead for dinner reservations. For lunch, reservations are not necessary unless it is for a large group, 5 or more
Oak Table Cafe
292 West Bell Streethttp://www.oaktablecafe.com(360) 683-2179Ross McCurdy and Nikki Nagler-McCurdy bring to the table three generations of restaurant excellence and expertise. Beginning with Nikki's grandparents in Chicago over 35 years ago, the artful skill of handcrafting breakfasts and lunches has become a family tradition. Created in the image of her parents' restaurant, The Oak Table Cafe in Sequim, Nikki, with her husband Ross and their two daughters, Mira and Stella, carry the flag of a family passion.
C'Est Si Bon
23 Cedar Park Drivehttp://www.cestsibon-frenchcuisine.com(360) 452-8888The Los Angeles Times once announced C'est Si Bon as one of the country's best restaurants. However, this review is by no means a fluke. C'est Si Bon is the only starred french restuarant in Washington state outside of Seattle. The heart and soul of the kitchen is Michéle, who is so familiar with food she seems to work magic right before your eyes if you're lucky enough to witness her perform. Michéle has been making gastronomical delights most all of her life, starting out as a private chef for Hollywood stars before moving to the Northwest and founding C'est Si Bon with Norbert.
Double Eagle Restaurant
1965 Woodcock Roadhttp://www.7cedarsresort.com(360) 683-3331Appetizers, Steaks, Seafood, & Extensive Wine List.
Old Mill Cafe
721 Carlsborg Roadhttp://old-millcafe.com(360) 582-1583The Old Mill features home-style breakfasts and lunches, an extensive dinner menu for all tastes and a full bar featuring fine wines, draft ales and cocktails made from premium spirits.
2577 West Sequim Bay Roadhttp://www.docksidegrill-sequim.com(360) 683-7510Dockside Grill cordially invites you to experience the finest Northwest cuisine in an elegant, yet casual atmosphere on the waterfront of Sequim Bay. We are located on the majestic Olympic Peninsula … a scenic drive or sail into the John Wayne Marina will bring you to our door.
Local Markets & Farms
Nash's Organic Produce
4681 Sequim-Dungeness Wayhttp://www.nashsorganicproduce.com(360) 681-6274Nash's Organic Produce has been growing healthy food, saving farmland and training future farmers for over 30 years. The team at Nash's produces over 100 varieties of vegetables, fruits, grains, freshly ground flours, eggs, seeds and pork, year round in the Dungeness Valley.
Sunny Farms Farm Store
261461 U.S. 101http://sunnyfarms.com(360) 683-8003Main store: 8AM to 8PM, 7 Days per week Farmstore and Nursery: 8AM to 7PM, 7 Days per week
Jardin Du Soleil Lavender
3932 Sequim-Dungeness Wayhttp://www.jardindusoleil.com(360) 582-1185Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm is a certified organic lavender farm, offering luxury lavender bath and body products, lavender aromatherapy and herbal products, lavender soaps, lavender gifts, and lavender culinary products on the Olympic Peninsula in Sequim, Washington.
Purple Haze Lavender Shop
127 West Washington Streethttp://www.purplehazelavender.com(360) 683-1714A certified organic lavender farm in Sequim, Washington.
Olympic Lavender Farm
1432 Marine Drhttp://www.olympiclavender.com360.683.4475Olympic Lavender Farm is a certified organic farm located on five acres in the Sequim Dungeness Valley on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. We are on the scenic loop with a wonderful panoramic view of the Olympic Mountains.
Dungeness Valley Creamery
1915 Towne Roadhttp://www.dungenessvalleycreamery.com(360) 683-0716Restock on local food when the snow melts. Stop in at the Creamery and get milk, cream, eggs, hamburger, cheese, cookies, and chocolate. Then go to Nash’s for fruits, vegetables, bread and more! Enjoy the bounty of the Dungeness.