Sequim & The Dungeness Valley

Sunny. Serene. Elk on the range, lavender fields forever and one of the best little town in the West.

Sequim / pronounced skwim

Searching for sunshine? The captivating town of Sequim and the surrounding Dungeness Valley see about the same amount of annual rainfall as Los Angeles.

Lighthouse at the end of Dungeness Spit.

Take in the small-town charm. Marvel at the bounty of lush lavender farms. Stroll boutiques and galleries and indulge in locally grown artisanal and organic fare. Attend renowned regional festivals, and soak up some of the most scenic land-and waterscape imaginable.

Under blue and sunny skies, outdoor adventure abounds. Hike, bike and bird watch. Trek or paddle a 5.5 miles-long spit. Gaze at herds of wild elk or get close to lions, tigers and bears. (From your car, that is.)

Sunset Magazine calls it one of the best unsung beach towns in the West. USA Today named it the 2017 Best Northwest Small Town. There are lots of reasons why.

Must SEES

  • Dungeness Spit and lighthouse

  • Sequim Museum and Arts Center

  • Olympic Game Farm

  • Carrie Blake Park

  • Sequim lavender farms

HIDDEN Gem

Save THE DATE

  • Sequim Art Walk: First Friday of every month

  • Sequim’s 125th Irrigation Festival: May

  • Sequim Lavender Weekend: July

  • Tour de Lavender: August

  • North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival: October

Stories FROM Sequim & The Dungeness Valley

Railroad Bridge Park—A distinct destination and stellar stop along the trail

September 5, 2018

Delightful and a little unexpected, Railroad Bridge Park in Sequim follows an historic rail line that is now an iconic part of the Olympic Discovery Trail. The park’s centerpiece is a rare wooden-truss bridge that spans more than 730 feet across the scenic Dungeness River. The bridge’s journey from rail to trail began in 1915. The bridge was constructed by the …

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UPCOMING Events

Sequim Farmers Market

Sep 29 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

North Olympic Fiber Arts Festival

Oct 5 - Oct 7

Sequim Farmers Market

Oct 27 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Tour de Lavender

Aug 3, 2019