Sequim

Sequim (pronounced skwɪm) is a city in Clallam County, on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington. The population was 4,334 at the 2000 census. It is located along the Dungeness River near the base of the Olympic Mountains. Sequim is known for its "rainshadow," which provides for more sunshine and less precipitation than the rest of the Olympic Peninsula, much of which is a temperate rain forest. All of that sunshine makes Sequim perfect for growing lavender, and for outdoor events, such as the Lavender Festival and Irrigation Festival, the oldest annual community event in Washington State.


Dungeness Lighthouse

The New Dungeness Lighthouse can be found at the end of the Dungeness Spit, the longest natural spit in the United States. At 5.5 miles out on the spit, the lighthouse is a nice day hike for visitors.

George Washington Inn

A Bed and Breakfast Inn that overlooks the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Website: www.georgewashingtoninn.com

Sequim Airport

Bell Hill

The Cutting Garden

Featured on the cover of Fine Gardening magazine, our romantic garden wedding venue ienjoys a panoramic view of the Olympic Mountains! www.cuttinggarden.com

John Wayne Marina

John Wayne Marina, is a popular spot to cast off from the Olympic Peninsula into the Straight of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. Just minutes from Sequim, it is a great place for a day trip or to eat at the on site restaurant.

Purplehaze Lavender Farm

The Purplehaze Lavender Farm is found near Sequim, Washington. It is a 10 acre organic lavender farm.


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