CrabFest 2017 set plenty of records!
- Largest attendance
- Most crab cooked (8 tons!)
- Biggest and most delicious Cooking Demo Stage line-up
- Most vendor tents blown into the sea during late night storm (Ugh!)
- Most YUMMY memories created
- Most US states & Canadian provinces represented through advance Crab Dinner ticket orders (20!)
Here’s to CrabFest 17, October 5-7, 2018 reaching for another record breaking year!
20 US states & Canadian provinces were represented by record CrabFest 2017 advance Crab Dinner ticket sales
Getting there is half the adventure!
16th Annual CrabFest – Port Angeles, WA – October 6-8, 2017
Puts you in the heart of our main attraction; Olympic National Park! Nearby is a wealth of outdoor activities, cultural experiences and local events in each community around the Peninsula to keep you coming back for more! Plus, you’ll probably meet some friendly locals enjoying the same “things to do” you’ll want to experience.
At the 16th Annual CrabFest – Port Angeles, WA – October 6-8, 2017
You’ll find great music at the Crab Central Tent. Over 75 craft, merchant, nonprofit and food booths on City Pier, the Chowder Cook-Off on Sunday, and more!
And please join us Sunday morning as we give thanks at the Crab Revival.
Port Angeles has a genuine downtown with a proud heritage. Ties to the past and Native American culture are evident in the murals and names used in the region. Being out on the water is one of the best ways to enjoy the Northwest and for many, the authentic Northwest is best appreciated on The Coho Ferry crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Port Angeles and Victoria, BC, or paddling a kayak on one of the many rivers or bays. Visit and experience for yourself: Port Angeles, The Authentic Northwest.
For comprehensive visitor information, click here: www.visitportangeles.com
Start planning your CrabFest weekend by downloading the Port Angeles Explorer Handbook today!