Things to do

Migratory Bird Watchers Tour - Birding

Best October through April
North Eastern Jefferson County

These sites are listed are listed as you might arrive in...

Sekiu Trail

Also known as "One-Mile Beach," this straight, relatively level saltwater beach trail connects beautiful, rugged slate caves at the east and Eagle Point two miles to the west. Boaters fish near the trail, unaware of the old abandoned...

Bird Watching - Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway

Along the Northwest Coast of the Olympic Peninsula, bird watchers will find a medley of unique and interesting birds. Nesting and playing along the shores are many local and migratory species of birds, such as oystercatchers, phalaropes, marbled...

Port Angeles Community Market

Sundays, 11AM - 3PM at Gateway Transit Center

Admiralty Audubon Society

Admiralty Audubon Society (AAS) is a chapter of the National Audubon Society serving Port Townsend and the communities of eastern Jefferson County, Washington, bordered by the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north, Admiralty Inlet on the east, Hood...

Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #1

Bird Watchers View #1:

  • Go to Highway 19 from 104, (for more information stop at Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitors Center at Highway 19 and 104 Highway junction for map and Trumpeter Swans current location)
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #2

Watchers View #2

  • From View #1 ( Tour #1 ) return to Oak Bay Road, turn right and continue north .5 miles to Indian...
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #3

Watchers View #3: 

  • From View #2 ( map and directions)return to highway and turn right towards Marrowstone Island and...
Birding on the Olympic Peninsula Tour #4

Watchers View #4: 

  • From View #3 (map and directions) turn right again, cross rivulet to Marrowstone Island and head...
Judy Courtwright Paintings

Judy Courtwright Paintings

The Olympic Peninsula Gateway Visitor Center will open a new Art exhibit to ring in this New Year opening for viewing on January 4th.  In this time of short,...