Travel Planner

Bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the east by the Hood Canal and on the north by Map - Crabfestthe Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Olympic Peninsula is anchored by the majestic Olympic Mountains. No other place in America can match its diversity in terrain and weather in such a compact geographic area.  We invite you to visit and explore our lakes, waterfalls, rivers, mountains, beaches and rain forest!

While our main attraction is Olympic National Park, there 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

For more information about all the things to see and do on the Olympic Peninsula, you can visit the Olympic Peninsula Visitor’s Site or simply download the 2016-17 OLYMPIC PENINSULA TRAVEL PLANNER.

You can also contact the local Chambers of Commerce or Tourism Information Centers for additional information about particular communities:

Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce
121 E. Railroad Ave., Port Angeles, WA 98362
(360) 452-2363

Sequim-Dungeness Chamber of Commerce
1192 E. Washington St.
PO Box 907
Sequim, WA 98382
(360) 683-6197

Jefferson County Tourism
93 Beaver Valley Rd
Port Ludlow, Washington
(360) 437-0120 |

Forks Washington Chamber of Commerce
1411 S. Forks Ave.
PO Box 1249
Forks, WA 98331
(360) 374-2531

Coach Tours – We can make special arrangements and packages for bus and van tours. Contact us at:


Clallam Transit is the public transportation provider for Clallam County, Washington. It’s transit station delivers riders at the door of CrabFest as it provides 12 fixed-route buses, and coordinates with nearby transit organizations to provide 2 intercounty commuter bus lines.

Olympic Discovery Trail – Grab their map and some company, and head out on the trail! (Note the trail runs right through  the Festival!)

Pathway to the Pacific!

The route of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) traverses almost 130 miles of lowlands, bordered on the south by the Olympic Mountain Range and on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It starts in the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend to the east and ends on the shores of the Pacific Ocean to the west. The trail is a wide, paved pathway designed to multi-user standards for bicyclists, hikers, and disabled users, with a 4′ wide shoulder for equestrians where appropriate. Enjoy!

The Olympic Discovery Trail traverses the Olympic Peninsula