Conestoga Quarters RV Park


   Hiking

    Hurricane Ridge has many trails. Some short, some long.

        Cirque Rim - .5 mile one way paved trail. Wheel Chair accessible.

       Big Meadow - .25 mile one way paved trail. Wheel Chair accessible

       High Ridge - .5 mile loop. Partially paved loop climbs to 360° views and a 0.1 mile dead end spur trail to Sunrise Point

      

      These are only 3 of many trails starting at Hurricane Ridge. Some of the trails are up to 8 mile one way, with large elevation

       changes along the trails.

     

       There are many other trails in the Olympic National Park starting from many locations. Information on these trails are available

       at the Visitor Center in Port Angeles.

      


      

    Olympic National Forest has several trails


  • Tubal Cain Mine trail
  • Upper Dungeness Trail
  • Wolf Creek Trail
  • Camp Handy Trail
  • Hume Ranch  Trail

  • There are many more than I listed above. You can get a National Forest Map from a Ranger Station covering Olympic National Forest. It will show all the trails.


    Olympic Discovery Trail

    This trail runs from Port Townsend to La Push, covering 140 of the North Olympic Peninsula.  It is mostly paved, although some sections are hard pack gravel.  It is all handicapped accessible.


    Dungeness Light House Hike

    This is a 5.5 mile hike one way along the Dungeness Spit.  It offers beautiful views of the Strait of San Juan de Fuca, Vancouver Island, BC and the San Juan Islands. At the end you can tour the historic Dungeness Light House.  Plan you hike taking the tides into account, or you will get very wet.


    Crabbing, Fishing, & Clamming

    There are numerous place to go crabbing and clamming (when in season of course).

    There is also an abundance of freshwater fishing and salt water fishing available, including some charter boat fishing.


    Golfing

    Peninsula Golf Club - Port Angeles


    Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course - Sequim


    Sky Ridge Golf Course - Sequim


    Boating


    There are two main marinas in the area and several other smaller marinas and boat launches in the area

     John Wayne Marina on Sequim Bay

    Boat Haven at Port Angeles.