Places to visit in Port Angeles

Top Things to Do in Port Angeles, WA

Places to Visit in Port Angeles

Top Attractions in Port Angeles

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What travellers are saying

  • jmpncsu
    Raleigh, NC4,409 contributions
    Marymere Falls is a 90-foot waterfall that is easy to reach from Lake Crescent with a round trip under 2 miles. The trail starts at the Storm King Ranger Station and goes under the highway. After crossing Barnes Creek, the trail heads up to a loop. Going left, you'll come to the lower overlook and then the upper one looking down on the falls. Even in low water, it was really beautiful and definitely a must-see if visiting Lake Crescent. We added on the hike up Storm King as well.
    Written 26 October 2022
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  • Wendy M
    Charlottetown, Canada76 contributions
    We took a one-way trip from Port Angeles to Victoria, very enjoyable. They made the process of parking your car, walking back to the building, providing your documents and paying your fare as quick and easy as possible considering how little room they had to work with. The only difficulty in the entire process was finding the proper place to enter the parking lot - signage could be a bit clearer. The trip itself was lovely and calm, the arrival point in Victoria was right on the main harbour - extremely convenient.
    Written 9 November 2022
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  • Ludek S
    Sibrina Czech republic821 contributions
    We spent in this campground two nights . Our campsite was great with nice view to the ocean. At low tide we were at Tongue Point. There are stairs to the shore. Toilets and coin operated shower with hot water was clean. Watch out for the racoon.
    Really nice campground.
    Written 19 August 2022
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  • Thomas E
    Novi, MI17 contributions
    we stopped here when our 5 days were done in the park. watched the movie to review. they don't have a gift shop. More park employees here than other centers to answer your questions.
    Written 28 August 2022
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  • jmpncsu
    Raleigh, NC4,409 contributions
    We made a short hike to Madison Falls while visiting Olympic National Park. The trailhead is at the end of Olympic Hot Springs Road just west of Port Angeles. The road is closed indefinitely past here. A short paved trail leads to the 50-foot waterfall. Even in low water, it was quite pretty and worth a quick stop.
    Written 27 October 2022
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  • Ray D
    Colorado City, CO84 contributions
    We enjoyed spending about an hour here. Plenty of gulls, but our fave was the cat patrol here. They don't appear to be malnourished!
    Written 30 July 2022
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  • Jo-Ann
    Washington15,801 contributions
    Went there for a drink and bite. Ordered a wine flight and they were delicious. Went well with cheese, olives and cure meat slices. Lovely place to chill.
    Written 30 July 2022
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  • cohoman
    Sammamish, WA1,976 contributions
    Nice city pier with a tower that gives you a great view of the wharf and water. Can be super windy! The public bathrooms for the wharf area are on the pier.
    Written 29 July 2022
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  • J S
    Bellingham, WA28 contributions
    This is a delight. The combination of art and nature on the paths is just lovely. The day I was there kids were doing a summer camp in the courtyard. I liked that environment for kids to learn and create. The paths have so many hidden delights of art. It was an exciting way to experience the solitude of nature
    Written 28 August 2022
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  • CarolK09
    Whitney, Texas, USA74 contributions
    I actually made an appointment time (due to Covid they are required, it's a45 minute slot) when flying to Seattle (thank goodness for gogo inflight). Once I made the reservation it didn't take long to receive a confirming email response. We had a most wonderful time there learning more about the local marine life; how the exhibits are maintained, the work they do there, loved the touch tanks and the staff was most enjoyable sharing their extensive knowledge. Since we have common interests in Marine life we really enjoyed our time spent there. We will definitely go back there next time we are in the area and hopefully the entire center will be open as Covid has made things so different. Highly recommend visiting there!
    Written 27 April 2021
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  • Mark T
    Hillsboro, OR2,541 contributions
    the staff was helpful and very verbose in giving feedback on the area. .the map of the downtown area could have been more helpful in a listing of downtown restaurant and shopping as opposed to the "senior center"
    Written 29 December 2019
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  • Sarah H
    Rutland18 contributions
    The hike is fairly easy until you reach the By-Pass trail which replaces the road below washed out years ago when the dam was removed. The By-Pass trail can be rather steep and rocky in places as well as muddy. An abandoned Ranger's station complete with housing and a visitor center and maintenance buildings remains as a result of being on the far side of the washout. Bring water and snacks and enjoy the magnificent view once you get to the dam site.
    Written 10 November 2022
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  • Polly D
    12 contributions
    very clean and very fun little event place for kids. The peopl;e are friendly and know alot about the area
    Written 26 September 2018
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  • Claudette C
    Washington1,678 contributions
    There is a lot packed into this short trail by Crescent Lake. The number and variety of huge trees is impressive; you literally feel like you have stepped back in time.
    The trail is marked well with information about the trees and different features. It is a must see when at Lake Crescent.
    Written 7 March 2022
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  • 2Kat2014
    Port Angeles, WA165 contributions
    My granddaughter who is six loves this park. Fun equipment for her to play on. There are places for adults to sit and watch the children play. You can bring a picnic lunch if you so desire. it is free to get into and there is free parking.
    Written 24 August 2016
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