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Less-Crowded Alternatives on the Olympic Peninsula

June 27, 2022

Summer is the busiest season of the year on the Olympic Peninsula. With Olympic National Park as the centerpiece of the peninsula, there are many well-known places you might have your heart set on visiting, but may find very crowded …

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Open & Closure Status of Recreational Lands

June 9, 2022

This page has the latest information on major closures to recreational lands and roads on the Olympic Peninsula as well as required permit information. Regular seasonal closures as well as privately-owned campgrounds and RV parks will not be listed here …

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10 Uncrowded Beaches Around the Olympic Peninsula

May 23, 2022

From majestic sea stacks to clifftop vistas of the expansive Pacific Ocean to secluded beaches on quiet coves and bays, the Olympic Peninsula is a beach lover’s paradise. When you need a beach fix but want to be surrounded by …

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Fresh produce at Jefferson County Farmers Market

Olympic Peninsula Farmers Markets

May 17, 2022

Here on the peninsula, we celebrate how much we value our local markets by bringing you the latest tips about them, letting you know what’s in season, where you can buy fresh products and enjoy the fun each market offers. …

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Airstream RV Olympic Peninsula

RVing on the Olympic Peninsula

March 29, 2022

Roaming and Rambling in your RV The siren call of nature’s beauty beckons, inviting us outside, luring us to travel again and see new places. We’re ready to do something different. With a playground as compelling as the Olympic Peninsula, …

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A hiker at Rialto Beach with seastacks

You Can’t Get Any More Northwest!

March 29, 2022

Let’s face it, Northwesterners are a bit quirky. We’re outdoorsy, adventurous and impervious to the rain. No umbrellas for us—it’s waterproof rain jackets with hoods all the way. Oh, and waterproof boots, too. We’re often dressed like we’re about to …

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Spruce Railroad Trail family

COVID-19 Updates

March 14, 2022

Your resource for the latest COVID-19 updates on the Olympic Peninsula. Read below for information on planning a trip to our region, how to recreate responsibly, and restaurant, event, transportation and outdoor recreation statuses. Last updated May 2, 2022 State …

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Oysters, the Original Love Story

March 2, 2022

The interesting thing about oysters is that they are passionately regarded by many. Few “sort of like” or “kind of dislike” oysters. Instead, words like love and hate are thrown vehemently at these unassuming mollusks. Simple, yet complex, and having …

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7 Cedars Holiday Lights

Holiday Light Displays on the Olympic Peninsula

November 30, 2021

Ever wonder who puts up all the gorgeous holiday lights we see across the Olympic Peninsula? Are they all volunteers, lighting experts or a combination of both? Curious minds want to know, so let’s go behind the scenes to look …

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A geocache box on the beach

Geocaching 101 – a guide to treasure hunting for beginners

September 13, 2021

Geocaching offers something for everyone If you’ve been longing for adventure, love technology and want to get outside for some exercise, we’ve got a solution for you. Take a road trip to the Olympic Peninsula for a treasure hunt and …

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