13 Photo: Linda Barnfather JohnWayneMarina Points of Interest Museum and Arts Center/Sequim-Dungeness Valley 175 W. Cedar St. • 360-683-8110 • SequimMuseum.com Visit the famous Manis mastodon exhibit, learn more about the hometown of 1936 Olympic Gold Medalist Joe Rantz and enjoy the rotating collections and art exhibits. Olympic Theatre Arts 414N.SequimAve.•360-683-7326•OlympicTheatreArts.org Theatrical productions and educational programs that entertain, stimulate and inspire community involvement. Dungeness River Audubon Center RailroadBridgePark•360-681-4076•DungenessRiverCenter.org Locatedatthesiteofthehistoricrail- roadtrestlethatcrossestheriver. Thetrestlehasbeenconvertedto aplankedsectionoftheOlympic DiscoveryTrail.TheCenteroffersawide varietyofprograms,includingweekly birdwalks,exhibitsanddisplays. Olympic Game Farm 1423WardRoad•360-683-4295•OlyGameFarm.com OnceapopularfilmingsiteforWaltDisneyStudios,youcandrive throughthisprivategamefarmandgetaclose-upviewofzebra, bison,yaksandthefamouswavingKodiakbears.Afterthetour,be suretovisitthepettingfarmandfreshwateraquarium. Sequim Elk Herd: Keepyoureyesopenforaglimpseofthe Sequimelkherdonthesoutheasternslopesoftown.Theherdis comprisedofabout70RooseveltelkandconsidersSequimpartof itsgrazingrange. TheLighthouseontheDungenessSpit TheSequimelkherd Photo: George Gerkitz Photo: InsideOut Solutions, Inc. Photo: Jerry Fagerlund by the John Wayne family. Actor John Wayne frequented Sequim Bay waters aboard the family yacht, Wild Goose, and envisioned a marina in the scenic bay. Today the marina features permanent and guest moorage, excellent marine services, restaurant, show- ers, laundry and banquet facilities, and provides boat launch ramps, fuel facilities, public beach access and picnic areas. Dungeness Spit & Lighthouse At 5.5 miles in length, the Dungeness Spit is the longest naturally occurring sand spit in North America. It encompasses the Dunge- ness National Wildlife Refuge, a sanctuary for shorebirds, marine life and mammals ranging from seals to Columbian black-tailed deer. Trails and picnic areas offer sweeping views of the beaches, Dungeness Harbor and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Hike or paddle to the end of the spit to see the New Dunge- ness Lighthouse, built in 1857 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It has been manned by The New Dungeness Light Station Association since 1994 and offers the opportunity to be a “Lighthouse Keeper” for a week. Go at low tide if hiking and in calm seas if boating or kayaking. Call ahead for reservations as water access is limited to minimize disturbance to marine mammals and birds. 360-457-8451 • FWS.gov/WashingtonMaritime/Dungeness