We are excited to announce the return of the Tourism Summit coming Spring 2024
Stay tuned for more information and updates
October 22, 2019
Stay In lieu of our regular Tourism Summit, this year the Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission and the Olympic Culinary Loop hosted a one-day Symposium on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at the Jamestown S’Klallam Campus in Blyn. It was a day of networking and collaboration as well as a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the Olympic Culinary Loop! Thank you to all who joined us in the day’s events. Watch your inbox for news about future events hosted by the OPTC and OCL.
-All of the day’s presentations can be downloaded by following the links in the right side bar (scroll to the bottom on mobile device).
-Podcasts with Larj Media
In September, Tina and Joelle Nole partnered with ScenicWA and Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism to create a sample podcast for the area. Follow this link to listen and download.
In Case You Missed It – “What’s NEW on the Olympic Peninsula?” Coming in 2020 and Beyond
SEQUIM SUNSHINE FESTIVAL
March 6-7, 2020 in Sequim
This first annual festival is planned to bring relief from the winter blues with activities that focus on light, fun, art, physical activity and positive energy for all ages.
7 CEDARS HOTEL
Opening Summer, 2020
Our hosts have a lot to share with us! With 100 rooms, 7 Cedars will offer meeting space, four-star amenities, golf and tour packages, and an unmatched customer experience.
PORT ANGELES WATERFRONT CENTER
Field Arts and Events Hall
Marine Discovery Center
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Cultural Center
Celebrating a vibrant, welcoming destination celebrating people, history and natural environments – the core of arts, science and culture on the OP.
ELWHA HOTEL, PORT ANGELES
Planned opening spring 2021
Learn about the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe’s planned $24 million, four-story, 100 room hotel in the heart of downtown Port Angeles.
DUNGENESS RIVER AUDUBON CENTER
Scheduled completion in 2020
The planned expansion and renovation will add 5,000 square feet and numerous amenities, including improved access to the Center as well as the Olympic Discovery Trail.
OLYMPIC DISCOVERY TRAIL
Thirty years and still growing, it’s the “ribbon” that ties us all together! Come learn about the next phases for work and completion.