Directory of Chamber of Commerce members in good standing.
Directory of Chamber of Commerce members in good standing.
Olympic Hiking Co. is a commercially authorized tour operator in Olympic National Park. Olympic Hiking Co.’s team of naturalist hiking guides leads daily group hiking and sightseeing tours out of Port Angeles, WA and offers customizable private tours throughout the Olympic Peninsula. The company also provides daily trailhead shuttle services on the Olympic Coast May [Read more…]
Solely produced and managed by the member-growers of the Sequim Lavender Growers Association™, the Lavender Festival will expand its production to include activities and regional attractions for the modern family and multi-aged visitors.
The Olympic Peninsula Wineries are a group of hands-on owners/winemakers committed to handcrafting excellent, award-winning Washington wines. Each winery offers visitors friendly hospitality and a unique, memorable experience. Owners/winemakers are often available to personally pour for the visitors in their tasting rooms and to answer questions. Many of our members utilize grapes from eastern Washington’s [Read more…]
Coalition membership is for anyone wanting to promote sport fishing and support the rural communities on the Northwest Olympic Peninsula while ensuring our natural resources are managed for long-term sustainability.
DUE TO COVID-19 the museum will be closed in 2020. See the treasures the ocean brings to our shores! ‘Treasure’ from around the world! Since 1976 the beachcombing museum has built up its exhibits until today where tons of items have been collected off of beaches both local and distant and put on display.
8 miles west of Forks: Overnight Cabins, 10 Campsites, Restaurant, Store, Fuel, Guide Service, showers. Close to beaches and fishing. Call for river conditions and fishing reports. Twilight Menu! Salmon and Steelhead Guided Fishing Trips with some of the most experienced Salmon Fishing Guides & Steelhead Fishing Guides on the Olympic Peninsula.
Surrounded by majestic mountains and towering evergreens, with easy access to the hot mineral pools, massage therapists, café, restaurant, and Olympic National Park trails, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort is the ideal vacation destination. Season dates: March 28 – October 19, 2014
Manages all U.S. Forest Service/Dept. of Agriculture (Olympic National Forest) lands including ONF campgrounds and recreational areas on the Olympic Peninsula
WORLD CLASS RAFTING TRIPS ON THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA Come experience the world famous Olympic Peninsula. Enjoy a relaxing float down one of our several scenic rivers. Your knowledgeable tour guide will teach you about the river and all about the local flora and fauna, including the life cycle of the salmon, the river and history [Read more…]
Forks Athletic & Aquatic Club is a 24-hour fitness facility that features a full gym, lap pool with designated family swim time and classes in spin, aerobics (step & water), body blast, yoga, zumba and swimming. Day passes available during regular (pool) hours. Child care, full locker rooms & showers. For more information, click on website above.
Bowling lanes available everyday; 2 pool tables & video games; Snack bar features over 25 items including 1/3 pound Bacon Cheese Burger Deluxe, Chicken Hoagie, a dozen kinds of beer and much more. Hours: Closed Sundays Open for lunch Mon-Fri 11:40-12:40 Hours 3:00pm (ish)-10:00pm (ish).
Tipis with tent wood stove options, shelter trekking poles and backpacking gear. Unique camping gear for the outdoors. An Olympic Peninsula outdoor gear brand. Tipi tents for camping is our biggest niche. Secondly, huge camping tarp with UV reflective material on the underside is also very popular. We try to carry outdoor gear that you [Read more…]
Where the Rest Comes Easy There are some places so blissfully disconnected from the modern world that they seem to stand suspended in time. Lake Quinault Lodge is one such place – a grand and rustic lodge built in 1926 that welcomes guests with warmth, hospitality and a sincere feeling of home-away-from-home comfort. Here you [Read more…]
With our personalized service, you may pick from a variety of sea kayaking, lake kayaking, river rafting/kayaking, and mountain biking excursions that only the Olympic Peninsula and our coast and strait can offer!
Fishing guide, charter boat & sight seeing. Fishing guide on the Olympic Peninsula rivers for steelhead & salmon. Ocean charters for halibut, salmon, lingcod, bottom fish & tuna. Vampire Voyages: tour the rivers or ocean.
Rainforest Outdoors & Adventures is your local connection to camping. Rent travel trailers to set up at the location of your choice or at their new campground along the Sol Duc River! Enjoy 28 acres of woods, trails and campsites with a great swimming hole within walking distance. RV and tent sites, playground for the kids [Read more…]
Step Back in Time & Unwind Historic Lake Crescent Lodge on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington was built in 1916 and is an ideal basecamp for enjoying the park while experiencing the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort. The comfortable, spacious guest rooms are nestled among the giant fir and hemlock trees on the shores [Read more…]
Ocean fishing charters for salmon, halibut and bottomfish out of LaPush. Also, whale watching and scenic tours.
We are determined to provide you with the best guided fly fishing trip possible on one of our great rivers: the Bogachiel, Calawah, Hoh, Queets, and Sol Duc. We go out of our way to make every aspect of your fly fishing adventure unforgettable. We concentrate on increasing your knowledge and skills and getting you [Read more…]
If you’re a beginner wanting to learn how to fish or a seasoned veteran, professional guide Larry Ford offers world class guided fishing trips for Wild Steelhead, Kings, Coho, Sockeye and Cutthroat Trout on the Sol Duc, Hoh, Bogachiel & Calawah rivers. Area rivers provide lots of opportunities to catch trophy-class winter Steelhead for anglers [Read more…]
The Hoh River Trust was formed to own and manage river lands along the Hoh River on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula with an objective to conserve, restore, and enhance these lands for the benefit of fish, wildlife, and people. Michael Hagen, Executive Director
“Port Angeles Whale Watch Company is proud to be offering a departure location from Port Angeles. We pride ourselves as being one of the most experienced and dedicated whale-watching companies in Washington. Because of our very high success rate, Port Angeles Whale Watch Company was one of the first and only companies to guarantee whale [Read more…]
Private, custom tours for all levels: Hiking, Birding, Nature Walks, Overnight Backpacking, Snowshoeing and Nordic Skiing. Fun, knowledgeable and experienced local guides for your Olympic National Park adventure, open year round.
2 1/2 miles south of Forks: A private setting next to the Bogachiel River among old growth trees and elk pastures. Special fishermen’s rates. Call for availability & prices. Fishing guide service also.
Open through 9/30/14 for the 2014 season When Life Was Simple! Originally built as the Log Cabin Hotel, it was erected in 1895 overlooking beautiful Lake Crescent by Mr. Saunders, a Collector of Customs from Port Townsend. It was a handsomely constructed two-story building of peeled cedar logs. The hotel was a “far-famed” vacation spot [Read more…]
One of the 5th largest National Parks in the United States with three very different eco-systems. The park includes wilderness ocean beaches, temperate rainforests and the Olympic Mountains. Within the park there are lakes, rivers, waterfalls, 600 miles of hiking trails, etc. The park contains 923 acres, which is 95% designated wilderness. Visitor Center located [Read more…]
Peninsula Trails Coalition coordinates with and supports the 14 federal, state, county, city and tribal jurisdictions who are the public owners responsible for segments of the trail. The PTC also: Advocates for uniform route selection and construction standards for all segments of the trail. Maintains an email database to reach the membership with “breaking news”. [Read more…]
The Quileute Harbor Marina is the only port between Neah Bay and West Port. The Marina can accommodate between 40 to 60 boats up to 50 feet in length. Docks A and B are newly refurbished with new steel piling and hook-ups. Contact the Harbor Master for current rates and availability information for the following: [Read more…]
Trickey’s Guide Service offers guided fishing trips for spring Chinook, fall Salmon and Steelhead. Guided hunting trips for elk and bear.
At the Forever Twilight in Forks Collection, view screen-worn costumes and actual props used by your favorite saga actors. This collection features a blend of book, movie and unique Forks-centric pieces, including authentic movie props and costumes, Twilight Saga novels from all over the world, an art piece made of Twilight Saga books, a backdrop for photo ops and other [Read more…]
Bogachiel State Park is a thickly forested 123-acre camping park on the banks of the Bogachiel River. “It isn’t the end of the world, but you can see it from there.” So goes a popular Northwest saying about this vicinity. The remote park, located on the tip of the Hoh Rainforest of Washington state, abounds in [Read more…]
Fish Tale Guide Charters is proud to offer outstanding Fishing Trips on some of Washington’s most exceptional rivers on the Olympic Peninsula for Salmon, Steelhead, and Trout. Visit Forks, Washington and experience firsthand why these rivers are world renown. Whether you’re a gear fisherman or a fly fisherman, from beginner to experienced, male or female, [Read more…]
If you ever wanted to learn anything about logging in the past and their tools of the trade, the Forks Timber Museum is the place to explore. The museum displays exhibits depicting local history dating back to the 1870’s. Located next to the Visitor Information Center.