Staying Here

CrabFest embraces the whole Olympic Peninsula!

Lodging from Forks to Port Ludlow will keep you in the heart of Dungeness Crab territory.

  1. Be sure to reserve early and check back here for some great CrabFest packaged lodging deals. East to the Hood Canal Bridge, and West to the wild Pacific Ocean, you’ll find lots of lodging links ready to host your CrabFest crew!
  2.  Besides a full day at CrabFest, your destination, add some local play, tastes, and relaxation and turn your weekend into a holiday!
  3. Look how easy it is to get here!

Discounted CrabFest meal tickets with every stay at these fine lodging partners

 

Port Ludlow

 

The Port Ludlow Inn & Fireside Restaurant –
One Heron Rd., Port Ludlow, WA 98365

360-437-7412, www.PortLudlowResort.com

Casual and well appointed waterfront lodging and dining with
a focus on locally-sourced products. Farm-to-Fork breakfast, lunch and brunch menus rotate seasonally and dinner menus change daily. Chef Dan has been featured at CrabFest’s Chef’s Cooking Demo stage!

 

Old Alcohol Plant

Old Alcohol Plant – Hotel, Restaurant & Bar
310 Hadlock Bay Road, Port Hadlock, WA 98339
888-733-6802, www.oldalcoholplant.com
Constructed in 1910, offering class and comfort along with
a timeless charm unlike any other hotel in our area.
Bar, restaurant and art gallery open for dinner from 4PM to
9:00 PM Monday – Thursday and 4PM – 10:00PM Friday – Sunday
plus seasonal breakfast, lunch and Sunday brunch service. Executive Chef  Chitwood will take the CrabFest Cooking Demo Stage Sunday October 8!

Great lodging from Forks to Port Ludlow

NEW Visit Port Angeles website
Go to the official visitor website for the City of Port Angeles at www.visitportangeles.org for comprehensive information to assist with your vacation planning.

A wealth of information on the North Olympic Peninsula may be found at www.olympicpeninsula.org, including a comprehensive Travel Planner with details on things to do, accommodations, places to dine, and an area calendar of events.

Download the Travel Planner here:
2017-18 Olympic Peninsula Travel Planner

Accommodations

RedLion_logoRLA special thank you to our official host hotel, the Red Lion Port Angeles and the Crab House Restaurant. Visit their website for information any time of the year for great waterfront dining and lodging.

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The Olympic Peninsula Bed & Breakfast Association is an excellent resource. Visit www.opbba.com

 

Great lodging from Forks to Port Ludlow

We have many businesses that support the Crab Festival and serve our guests. Please take a look at these businesses that are Crab Buddies!

HOTELS • MOTELS • INNS • HOSTELS

Aircrest Motel • 1006 E Front, Port Angeles • (360) 452-9255 • aircrest.com
All View Motel • 214 E Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles • (360) 457-7779 • allviewmotel.com
Days Inn • 1510 E Front St, Port Angeles • (360) 452-4015 • daysinn.com
Fairmount Motel • 1137 Hwy 101 W, Port Angeles • (360) 452-1627
Flagstone Motel • 415 E First St, Port Angeles • (360) 457-9494 • flagstonemotel.com
Holiday Lodge • 414 E 1st St, Port Angeles • (360) 457-9201 • holidaylodgewa.com
Olympic Lodge • 140 Del Guzzi Dr, Port Angeles • (360) 452-2993 • olympiclodge.com
Port Angeles Inn • 111 E 2nd St, Port Angeles • (360) 452-9285 • portangelesinn.com
Portside Inn • 1510 E Front St, Port Angeles • (360) 452-4015 • portsideinn.com
Quality Inn Uptown • 101 E 2nd St, Port Angeles • (360) 457-9434 • choicehotels.com
Red Lion Hotel – Port Angeles • 221 N Lincoln, Port Angeles • (360) 452-9215 • redlion.com
Riviera Inn • 535 E Front St, Port Angeles • (360) 417-3955
Royal Victorian Motel • 521 E First St, Port Angeles • (360) 452-8400 • royalvictorian.net
Ruffles Motel • 812 E 1st St, Port Angeles • (360) 457-7788
Super 8 Motel • 2104 E First St, Port Angeles • (360) 452-8401 • super8.com
The Downtown Hotel • 101 1/2 E Front St, Port Angeles • (360) 565-1125 • portangelesdowntownhotel.com
ToadLily House International Hostel • 105 E 5th St, Port Angeles • (360) 797-3797 • toadlilyhouse.com
Travelers Motel • 1133 E Front St, Port Angeles • (360) 452-2303 • travelersmotel.net
Uptown Inn • 112 E 2nd St, Port Angeles • (360) 457-9435 • uptowninnpa.com

BED & BREAKFASTS

Angeles Inn B&B • 1203 E 7th St, Port Angeles • (360) 417-0260 • angelesinn.com
Five SeaSuns Bed & Breakfast • 1006 S Lincoln, Port Angeles • (360) 452-8248 • seasuns.com
Michael’s Inn • 604 W 8th St, Port Angeles • (360) 461-5197 • ptangeles.com/michaelsinn

Campground or RV Park

  • Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort – Cabin rentals and 17 RV sites along the Sol Duc River are seasonally available from March – October. Amenities include several mineral hot springs pools, a restaurant, and convenience store. Learn More

  • Elwha Dam RV Park This Good Sam Club RV park in the woods sits near the Elwha River’s edge and offers 50 hook-up sites as well as 2.5 acres of land dedicated to tent camping. This RV park and camp ground is roughly 10 minutes from Port Angeles so you’re not far from restaurants, shopping and city fun. You& Learn More

  • View Vista Park View Vista RV Park sits above Morse Creek and overlooks the Strait of Juan de Fuca. A small RV park with electric, water and sewer hook-ups and even a storage area for your boat. Easy access to a scenic walking trail and the Olympic National Park and Port Angeles city amenities. Learn More

  • Shadow Mountain Grocery & RV Park Shadow Mountain Grocery and RV Park sits only about one mile from Lake Crescent and 15 miles from Port Angeles — when you spot the giant ice cream cone, you’ll know you’ve arrived. The RV park offers back-in sites with views of Mt. Baldy, Storm King and Baldy Ridge. They offer full Learn More

  • Extreme Sports Park RV Sites & Camping Watch American sprint boat racing on a jet boat track in Port Angeles where boats zoom up to speeds of 90 mph. The facility is spacious allowing for ample room for dry camping tent and RV parking during race events. Leashed pets are welcome, too. Learn More

  • Salt Creek Recreation Campground & RV Park With 92 campsites, this year-round campground operated by Clallam County sits on 196-acres of unbridled nature with Strait of Juan de Fuca views. In fact, 73 of the 92 sites overlook the water from a rocky bluff. Some sites have electrical and water hook-ups for RVs. Salt Creek Recreation area is wel Learn More

    Visit Olympic Culinary Loop for additional examples of “Appetizing Itineraries ” that will help you eat your way around the LOOP!

  • SEE:  Explore history and dig into great food and special events as you  visit the hippest place to strut your Carharts at Chimacum Corner Farmstandwww.chimacumcorner.com DO: Finnriver Farm and Cidery features apples (hard cider!) and a whole lot more in Chimacum, WA www.finnriver.com Or we encourage you to say “Cheese!” at Mt. Townsend Creamery, Port Townsend, www.mttownsendcreamery.comEAT: Chef Dan’s freshest Farm-to-Fork creations at The Fireside Restaurant – The Port Ludlow Inn, Port Ludlow www.PortLudlowResort.com.

    ASK: A local expert at Gateway Visitor Center, www.EnjoyOlympicPeninsula.com, 360-437-0120

All roads lead to CrabFest!

Getting here is easy. We’re loaded with tips.

 

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