Olympic National Park
Port Angeles, Forks
The park extends from the Olympic Mountains to the Pacific coast to the west and south to include the Hoh Rain Forest. There are three distinct ecosystems, temperate forest, wildflower meadow and the Pacific coastline. This park is popular with international visitors and offers a wide variety of outdoor activities. Here you will find snow-covered mountains, beautiful lakes, dense, old growth forest and rugged beaches.
Sequim Bay State Park
The park sits in one of the driest eco climates in the state and offers over 5000 in saltwater shoreline. This is a great spot for beachcombing, bird watching and clamming.
Fort Worden Historical State Park
Fort Worden was once a strategic location for coastal defense. Visit the restored Victorian -era officers quarters or search for hidden gun emplacements. This is a good spot for hiking, swimming, fishing and crabbing.
Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge
The Dungeness Spit is one of the longest spits in the world and is home to diverse wildlife. It was established as a National Wildlife Refuge in 1915 as a refuge for native birds.