Lavender Farms and More

Visit the Lavender Capital of the World, an exotic game farm, and other attractions.

Olympic Game Farm

Animal-lovers can see lions, tigers, bears, a petting farm, and a host of local wildlife species.
5 minutes from Dungeness Spit.

Railroad Bridge Park & Dungeness River Audubon Center

Reasons to Go
  •  The railroad bridge, now a boardwalk, was built in 1915. This path is now a part of the paved Olympic Discovery Trail. It's a terrific place to begin a scenic walk, run, or bike ride.
  • A great winter spot to view bald eagles, when the salmon are in the Dungeness River below.
  • The Dungeness River Audubon Center displays many touchable specimens of local birds and wildlife, including black bear, cougar and lynx.

15 minutes from the Olympic Game Farm.

Lavender Farms in Sequim

Reasons to Go
  • Thirty unique Lavender farms, tucked in and around Sequim (most with gift shops), have given Sequim the nickname "Lavender Capital of North America."
  •  Sequim's mid-July annual Lavender Festival is a huge, delightful event, which draws visitors from all over the country.

5-20 minutes from Dungeness Spit.