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There are only 15 sites at this non-reservable campground but there is another private campground within 1/4 mile called the lost resort that is wonderful. You can hike 3.1 miles out to the pristine beach then walk 3 miles along the beach and another 3...More
From Port Townsend on the Peninsula, Ozette Lake is a three hour drive each way. Go with friends and make it a great day trip. Or plan to stay at the Lost Resort or Camp. It's so peaceful and quiet. The water was actually warm...More
Lake Ozette is a good multi-day canoeing excursion when there are no storms blowing on the lake. With it being a low-land lake, water is the biggest issue. Because of the risk of giardia and also the high amount of tannin in the water, you...More
Have kayaked twice on Lake Ozette in month of August. First year, only two other boats spotted. This year we were the only boats on this 7 mile long, 1 1/2 mile wide lake. Except for a handful of private cabins on the shore, it...More
Nice hike through forest on mostly boardwalk but there are no views of ocean until you get to beach after 3 mile hike. We are all in reasonable shape and did there and back of 6 miles in 2 hours. We wanted to do full...More
It's a bit of a drive to get here, but well worth the trip. Wonderful hike out to the ocean along a mostly wooded trail. Very gradual rise and descent on a wooden, raised walkway. You can hike 3 miles out to the beach and...More
This is a beautiful walk, slight ups and downs, but very doable even to the casual hiker! It does feel longer than 3 miles, but when we arrived at the beach, it was all worth it! Beautiful views of the sea stacks and morro, lots...More
This lake has a strange feel to it. The water is rust color. Minimal wild life. We paddled to Gardeners island and walked around it. No animal trails or scat. Seemed odd.
Did enjoy paddling to a different area. Found the trail head to hike...More
The coastal hike with views of the Pacific, sea stacks and lots of sea birds. There are boardwalk trails that lead to the coast and the majesty of the forest is peaceful and exciting all at once. Close to Forks and not far form Neah...More