This little town nestled in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains treats its visitors to about 300 sunny days a year. It's a popular spot for those needing a dose of sun during Seattle's long rainy season, and summer events like the Lavender Festival draw crowds. Find year-round entertainment at the Olympic Game Farm, where you can feed bison from your car window, and the Dungeness Spit , a paradise for birders and nature lovers. For a tasty meal, try Khu Larb Thai. For a longer visit, try the cozy Juan de Fuca Cabins. You may decide to follow the example of many of the town's inhabitants and retire here.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water, Educational, Sports and the Outdoors