Railroad Bridge Park

Protection Island bird migration tours

Sign Up For Protection Island Bird Migration Tours This Spring

Protection Island is a unique landmark located in the beautifully rugged Strait of Juan de Fuca. This federally protected National Wildlife Refuge is known for its breeding colony of tufted puffins, rhinoceros auklets, and gulls. It is on the route of many migrating birds on their way to their winter or summer homes. This incredible …

Sign Up For Protection Island Bird Migration Tours This Spring Read More »

This Winter is the perfect time to visit our beachfront cottages

This Winter is the Perfect Time to Visit Our Beachfront Cottages in Sequim

A stay at our beachfront cottages in Sequim this winter is just what you have been searching for to get away from it all and unwind. There is much to explore in Sequim and the Olympic Peninsula during this time magical of the year all without the crowds. Our Washington accommodations are far enough away …

This Winter is the Perfect Time to Visit Our Beachfront Cottages in Sequim Read More »

Discover the best Sequim WA lodging this summer

The Best Sequim WA lodging this summer

If you are looking for the ultimate getaway this summer Dungeness Bay Cottages are the pinnacle of Sequim WA lodging! Quality accommodations in a breathtaking location with thoughtful staff put Dungeness Bay Cottages head and shoulders above the rest. From this Sequim WA lodging, you’ll have access to world-class outdoor activities, amazing restaurants, and incredible …

The Best Sequim WA lodging this summer Read More »

Great Birdwatching on the Olympic Peninsula

Fall Birdwatching on the Olympic Peninsula

The Sequim Dungeness Valley is a veritable birdwatching paradise, especially during the upcoming fall months.  Sequim is actually home to two of Washington’s important bird areas. It offers an exceptional bird habitat for a range of birds, from the alpine peaks and subalpine forests to the shoreline habitats of the Strait of Juan de Fuca.  …

Fall Birdwatching on the Olympic Peninsula Read More »

Scroll to Top