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#1 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
The entry is via a County park which also provides camping and day visits, and there is a trail along the bluff providing spectacular views of the Strait and north end of the Olympic mountains.
(and a big shout out to the Park folk at the trail head, knowledgeable and patient) Would recommend a visit to the park.
#2 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
Went there on the way to Olympic park, the flowers were beautiful, you can handcut a large bunch of lavender for only 5 bucks.
#3 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
We took the driving tour and at every turn we were thrilled to see the various residents of the park from prairie dogs to llamas to Kodiak Bears to majestic elk, lions and tigers to playfully menacing bison.
A great park that you drive your own car and feed cows,lamas, elk and buffalo and zebra and other deer, you can bring your own bread just make sure it's whole wheat, the animals come right up to your car and stick...
#4 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
The center is set just off the Olympic Discovery Trail near the Old Railroad Bridge Park...A beautiful place to stroll a section of the trail or have a picnic lunch or dinner.
The exhibit room is filled with taxidermy birds and bones and various nature bits.
#5 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
Welcoming park staff, Inviting and maneuverable paths, well-maintained premises, multi-layered experiences.
Exploring the northern edge of the Olympic National Park on the Olympic Peninsula, aiming for Seattle, a traveler without much effort can find himself/herself east of Port Angeles at Dungeness Spit, which is appar...
#6 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
#7 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
The John Wayne Marina is more than a marina - it's also a park, a destination, and a local treasure.
You could walk down to the water where the park is located and look for sea shells along the shore.
#8 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
Make sure to wear your license around your neck, because the Park Ranger has binocs and checks everyone out!
The Olympic discovery trail runs through the park. the full hook up section is close to Hwy 101 so it is a little noisy.
#10 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
Nice Visit On Way to Olympic National Park
#11 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
A handful of other nature lovers, and one lady looking for feathers for a craft project, walked or sat, chatting quietly or soaking up the vitamin D. The beach was clean, the facilities immaculate and very accessi...
#12 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
If you are looking for a quiet place to watch nature, from the tide to the wealth of shorebirds stopping on their annual migrations, or to just breathe, this is a safe harbor.
Sadly the BC wildfires created visibility issues but the park itself was amazing!!
#13 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
Carrie Blake Park in a really pleasant place to go for a walk, to watch the geese in the large pond, for a picnic or to take kids for them to play for awhile.
They also have a nice trail to walk around the park, a pond where kids can go fishing and second pond which is more tranquil.
#14 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
This park is great to stroll through, sit and linger, host a party, and just down right enjoy.
You will 'remember' this beautiful Park!
#15 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim
#16 of 16 Nature & Parks in Sequim