Sequim Sights and Attractions

Sequim is one of the driest places in Western Washington, being in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains. Sequim (pronounced “skwim”) boasts 300 days with sunshine every year (even if it is for just a few minutes some days). Its location is sandwiched between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains. Nearby Olympic National Park is full of hiking trails and the only two high scenic roads in the park.
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Olympic Game Farm offers a year round driving tour to view different “in need” animals including bears, elk, zebras, tigers, buffalo, llama and many more. There is also a petting farm, an aquarium and activities available Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Olympic Game Farm
Sequim Bay State Park
This easy walk curves out across Sequim Bay, offering views of the Strait, Protection Island and the Miller Peninsula.
Gibson Spit Walk
A marine camping park on saltwater in Sequim Bay. The bay is calm making this a popular marine park with boaters. Other features include a tennis court, baseball field, horseshoe pits, beach combing, interpretive opportunities, and the paved Olympic Discovery Trail.
Lavender Farms and Organic Farms
Recognized as the Lavender Capital of North America, Sequim has a rich agricultural heritage. With more than 30 lavender farms and businesses in the area, some visitors come from around the world to enjoy the fragrance of the flowering fields. Organic farms are also abundant. Visit Nashs Farm Store or one of many local farm stands from fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. Bring a basket in summer for U-pick berries.
Olympic Discovery Trail
Sequim is situated right in the center of this 120 mile trail that stretches from Port Townsend to Port Angeles across the Olympic Peninsula. More sections are being paved each year and the path through Sequim is definitely one of those sections. Several trailheads are around to park and start a biking adventure.
John Wayne Marina
Boating enthusiasts and photographers will like visiting the marina.
Railroad Bridge Park and Audubon Center
The park showcases the Railroad Bridge built in 1915 by the Milwaukee Railroad. They operated the rail line, which transported passengers and timber from Port Townsend to Port Angeles until 1980. The line was abandoned in 1985. Today the truss and trestle represent the longest bridge over the Dungeness River. The Audubon Center hosts spectacular exhibits of local birds and wildlife and provides on-site environmental programs for adults and children. The Center is host to events all year including the annual Birdfest in April, River Festival in September and weekly bird walks every Wednesday morning.
Walking Downtown Shopping, Art and Culture
Downtown you will find unique boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Many shops are locally owned, one-of-a-kind businesses. The Open Aire Market is Saturdays from mid-May through September.
Stretching into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Dungeness Spit measures 5.5 miles and is the longest natural sand spit in the nation. The spit is a National Wildlife Refuge. The calm waters and tide flats are rich in marine life and provide protection from winds and pounding surf. More than 250 species of birds, 41 species of land mammals and eight species of marine mammals have been recorded at the refuge. At the tip of the spit sits the New Dungeness Lighthouse, one of the oldest in the Northwest operating continuously since 1857. The lighthouse is maintained by the New Dungeness Chapter of the United Lighthouse Society who offers tours.
Dungeness Spit Hike
The 18-mile Deer Park Road leads to one of the best viewpoints in the Olympic Mountains by vehicle. At roads end, there is a alpine campground and several trails that have views from the moment you start hiking.
Deer Park Road
Sequim Scenic Loop Olympic Game Farm Pioneer Memorial Park Gibson Spit Railroad Bridge Park Sequim Scenic Loop Grain Elevator Sequim Olympic Game Farm Dungeness Lighthouse Railroad Bridge Park Deer Park Dungeness Spit
Olympic Game Farm
The Grain Elevator
Pioneer Memorial Park
Railroad Bridge Park
Railroad Bridge Park
Sequim Scenic Loop Drive
Sequim Scenic Loop Drive
New Dungeness Lighthouse
Dungeness Spit from the Lighthouse
End of the Deer Park Road
Beach trail to Gibson Spit
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