Sunny Sequim, in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains receives only 16 inches of rain a year and brags an average of 306 days of sunshine! This nice sized town is the perfect location for your visit to the northern Olympic Peninsula.
The Olympic Game Farm is home to many animal species, both endangered and non-endangered. Many of our animals are veterans of the silver screen.
Feeling lucky? Try your hand at the 7 Cedars Casino just 5 miles east of Sequim. The Casino also offers a unique gallery featuring the works of nearly 200 Native artists as well as live entertainment including comedy every Wednesday night.
The Sequim Elk Herd, which numbers between 50 and 60 Roosevelt Elk, can often be seen on the East side of Sequim in the Bell Hill and Happy Valley areas.
The entrance to the northern section of majestic Olympic National Park is located just west of Sequim. This area is a starting point to the popular Hurricane Ridge, Goblin's Gate, and the Heart of the Hills trail and campground.
Sequim Bay State Park offers year-round, marine camping and 4,909 feet of saltwater coast with hiking trails, wildlife viewing, beachcombing and summer moorage.
Visit one of the area Lavendar Farms, a growing industry in the Sequim Area. Many farms are also open for picking lavendar during July and August, the harvest season.
The Museum & Arts Center houses exhibits of the area's Native American and Pioneer history as well as a collection of mastodon fossils found near Sequim.