What to do in Sequim Washington?-10 Things To Do in Sequim
Now that you have seen our lavender farm, take a look around our beautiful little town! We know you will enjoy Sequim as much as we do!
By. Bonnie McCloskey
1. Downtown Sequim
- Shopping in downtown Sequim is always a treat; visit stores like Over the Fence, or dine at delicious restaurants like Jose’s Famous Salsa Taqueria (They also have an excellent beer selection). When you are worn out you can wake up with coffee from Rainshadow Coffee all local favorites.
- FREE Concerts at the James Center for the Performing Arts Summers, Tuesdays at 6:00pm
- Sequim Museum and Art Center
2.Hike And Bike
- Olympic National Park – hiking along the Dungeness River
- Olympic Discovery Trail walk or rent a bike from Ben’s Bikes or All Around Bikes and use local bike maps
- Visit the Dungeness River Audubon Center and walk more of the Discovery Trail.
3. The Olympic Game Farm
Drive through Olympic Game Farm, visit the petting area and have a picnic. Travel safari style through the zebras, llamas, buffalo, bears, elk and deer. You can even feed some animals from your car windows!
4. Berry Picking
Depending on the time of year you are visiting there are opportunities to pick strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. Check out Graysmarsh Farm for more information.
5. Boating and Water Sports
Boating and Boat Tours
Have your own boat?
- John Wayne Marina is available for launching it.
Kayaking/Paddle Board Rentals
- Given to Glide Paddle Sports
- Adventures Through Kayaking
- Juan de Fuca Cottages 360-683-4433 or
- Olympic Raft and Kayak
6. Wine Tasting
- Wind Rose Cellars
- Olympic Cellars Also check out their Summer concert series. This is an excellent series with great bands and a fun atmosphere.
- Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course
- Skyridge Golf Course and Learning Center
- Sunland Golf and Country Club
8. Hot Air Balloon Rides
Take a ride with captain Crystal and see the lavender fields from the sky. Heck you may even land at our farm.
9. Northwest Expressions Art Gallery
Check out local artist at the Northwest Native Art Gallery part of the Jamestown tribe. This is an excellent place to see local artist work and explore their gift shop.
10. Check out The Dungeness Light House
Hike the Dungeness Spit, part of the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge and visit a working lighthouse or be a Lighthouse Keeper for a week.