Dungeness Spit

Dungeness Spit is a stunning example of how nature can create something beautiful from nothing. The spit, which nearly connects Washington with Vancouver Island in Canada through the strait that bears its name-the longest natural sandbar on American soil! It’s been growing at about 15 feet per year.

Whether you come for a short stroll, a full day of walking and exploring, or an extended visit to camp or be the keeper of the light, hiking the Dungeness Spit offers a unique and unforgettable experience.

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Wooden Boat Festival

Here at the Wooden Boat Festival, you can experience a weekend like no other. Get on board with your family and friends for an adventure

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First Friday Art Walk

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Hurricane Ridge of Olympic National Park, WA, USA

Hurricane Ridge

With scenic views and unique atmospheres, Hurricane Ridge is one of the most visited sites in Washington’s Olympic National Park. The 18-mile road from Port