The Olympic Peninsula has a natural, untouched beauty featuring world renowned rain forests and miles of beaches. It offers the ultimate outdoor experience with fishing, camping, hiking and sightseeing from the shores of Puget Sound to
the beaches of the Pacific Ocean.
Snowcapped Olympic Mountains bring a sense of peace in Hood Canal. The deer out number the citizens in many of the areas along the scenic and wild Toandos peninsula and the town of Quilcene.
Beaches along Hood Canal, Dabob Bay and Quilcene Bay host clean waters full of oysters, clams, shrimp and crab. You will find great freshwater fishing on the Olympic Peninsula,
including the Dosewallips, the Duckabush, and the Big Quilcene Rivers.