Day Trips

Tours & Outfitters

Enjoy your adventure on the Olympic Peninsula...

While you can still have a great time exploring on your own, consider letting one of these experts help you make the most of your trip whether in town, on trail, in water, or by air. Also visit our full listing of Fishing Guides and Charters.

Olympic National Park

The majesty of the Olympic Mountains, the fairy-tale quality of the rain forests and the pristine wilderness coastline are great reasons to visit Olympic National Park. This World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve encompasses nearly one million acres and also includes glacier-carved lakes, waterfalls, over 600 miles of hiking trails, dozens of campgrounds and scenic vistas. Highlights of the Park include Hurricane Ridge, the Hoh Rain Forest and 60 miles of unspoiled coastline.

Location

Olympic National Park Visitor Information Center
600 E. Park Ave.
Port Angeles, WA, 98362
United States
48° 6' 6.0048" N, 123° 25' 59.6748" W
See map: Google Maps

Western Jefferson County Area Trails

Western Jefferson County

Area Trails

Rain Forest & Ocean Beaches

Before you hike,  you should be aware of some important things:

1.  Be prepared for changing weather, stay on trails, and take out what you bring in.  Help protect our National, Public, Parks.  For some trails listed you need a Park Day Pass.

Location

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
93 Beaver Valley Road
Port Ludlow, WA, 98365
United States
See map: Google Maps

Port Ludlow Area Trails

Port Ludlow Area Trails

A County Commissioner’s Favorite Hiking Trails
By John Austin  

Ludlow Falls Scenic Interpretive Trail  

Location

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
93 Beaver Valley Road
Port Ludlow, WA, 98365
United States
47° 53' 28.7952" N, 122° 43' 55.1532" W
See map: Google Maps

Port Townsend Area Trails

Port  Townsend

 Area Trails

By Karen Anderson

Fort Worden State Park

 

Where:   About 2.5 miles from the Port Townsend Visitor Center. 

· North on Sims Way, Turn left onto Kearnery

· From Kearney, turn right on Blaine

Location

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
93 Beaver Valley Road
Port Ludlow, WA, 98365
United States
47° 53' 28.7952" N, 122° 43' 55.1532" W
See map: Google Maps

Brinnon and Quilcene Area Trails

Falls View Canyon Trails

Where:   3.5 miles south of the Quilcene Visitor Center / Forest Service Office at the Falls View Campground on Highway 101.  This campground has two nice trails for waterfall and river views.

Location

Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center
93 Beaver Valley Road
Port Ludlow, WA, 98365
United States
47° 53' 28.7952" N, 122° 43' 55.1532" W
See map: Google Maps

ELDON FALLS

Eldon Falls a waterfall along the Hamma Hamma River before it enters Puget Sound. The falls occur about 3 miles above the rivers mouth.

Location

ELDON FALLSWA
United States
47° 32' 48.3216" N, 123° 2' 48.1308" W
See map: Google Maps

LOWER HAMMA HAMMA FALLS

Along the Hamma Hamma River The falls occur where the river drops into a small gorge over a large pile of boulders. 

 

Location

LOWER HAMMA HAMMA FALLSWA
United States
47° 35' 50.7264" N, 123° 8' 14.4276" W
See map: Google Maps

VINCENT CREEK FALLS

The falls are viewed from the "High Steel Bridge", which crosses over 300 feet above the canyon floor.  The falls  dry out by mid summer the best time to visit is November to February when the Skokomish River basin receives heavy rainfall.

 

Location

VINCENT CREEK FALLS WA
United States
47° 45' 3.8664" N, 120° 44' 24.5004" W
See map: Google Maps

Northeast Mason County Parks

 

Location

Northeast Mason County ParksWA
United States
47° 26' 47.994" N, 122° 52' 25.824" W
See map: Google Maps
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