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10 Things to do in Sequim While Social Distancing
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10 Socially Distant Things to do in Sequim This Summer

We know the world, and the tourism industry, in particular, is at a bit of a standstill as we face down the COVID-19 pandemic. So talking about and planning for all of the fun things to do in Sequim this summer might seem a little out of touch. After all, Washington State is under a stay at home advisory until at least May 4, with an extension looking likely.

Even so, the Governor recently announced that Washington State Parks and other public lands would reopen to the public beginning May 5th. And, even in the face of the hard work we’re doing to socially distance ourselves from our communities, we think it’s important to look forward to the many fun things to do in Sequim and the surrounding areas. Many of these can be enjoyed while keeping social distancing guidelines in mind, too.

It’s been so very important to stay at home to stop the spread of this virus. But after so many weeks spent in isolation, it might just be time to plan in some “you” time. There’s no better place for some true R&R than our private waterfront cottages in Sequim. Give yourself permission to start planning for the future, and book your stay with us today!

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Birding at our Waterfront Cottages in Sequim
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Birding at the Dungeness National Wildlife refuge

Birding at our Waterfront Cottages in SequimWhile it’s still pretty cold in Sequim, and many of us are in shock after the most recent (and unusual) snowstorm, there are still signs that Spring isn’t too far away–and that has us really excited!  You’ll find that the weather is, generally speaking, much more mild in Sequim than the rest of the Northwest, and that makes spring truly beautiful here.  It’s easier for us to get outside and enjoy those activities most people only think about during a few months out of the year. Spring is the perfect time to come stay at our waterfront cottages, where you’ll be well situated to enjoy the best of Sequim. Imagine waking up to the gentle lull of the waves, and the cheerful chirping of birds on the water. Head to the nearby Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, where you can enjoy a restful day of birding or beachcombing. In early April, join us for the Olympic Birdfest; two incredible days of birding on the Washington Coast, and the perfect opportunity to dust off those binoculars. Book your room at the Dungeness Bay Cottages in Sequim today.

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