Quality Inn Uptown
101 East 2nd. Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 457-9434
Fax: (360) 457-5915
Port Angeles Underground was where the entire city originally lived. In the early 1900s, Port Angeles was known to stink due to its sewage accumulations. Due to this, the streets of the downtown area was raised to about 14 feet (4 meters), leaving the sewage underground. Today, this underground region is different, and can be toured by visitors who gain insight into the city's history and the street raising process. The tour is provided by the city's Deputy Mayor himself. A lot of the old materials and locations can still be found at Port Angeles Underground, which is an interesting place to visit.
Camaraderie Cellars is a craft winery that produces Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gr
Housed in an ex-logging truck shop, Harbinger Winery's tasting room is open Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and until 5:00 p.m. Sundays.
Situated on 20 acres overlooking Tumwater Creek, which flows between the two-acre vineyard, garden and large orchard; Black Diamond Winery produces grape and fruit wines.
A small artisan winery located on the North Olympic Peninsula in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains, Olympic Cellars is open daily April through October from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and November through March until 5:00 p.m. This full production heritage winery produces three different brand labels: premium Olympic Cellars wines, the award-winning Working Girl series and the Dungeness Series.
Constructed in the Olympic National Park, The Elwha Campground Community Kitchen is Peninsula's largest watershed and was also prominent for it's delightful salmon returns. Later the two dams added on to this site. The Elwha River site is a sparkling place that is surrounded by mountains, and is a great area for trails, and camping. Sightseeing it's at it's best at The Olympic Hot Springs Road and Whiskey Bend Road which also offers trails through the forests and hiking.
The Elwha Ranger Station is a historic district featuring the Elwha Ranger Station Office which is a one story wood frame building that is an irregular structure, The Ranger Station Residence which is a similar structure, The Mechanic's House and The Bunkhouse all alike in their structure and appearance. This district is a great tourist spot and attracts a lot of visitors daily.
A one-hour driving tour over 84 acres and summer
Lost Mountain Lavender is a three-acre farm with over 120 different varieties of lavender and a wide variety of trees and wildlife. Be sure to stop by the Cottage Gift Shop. It is filled with handcrafted lavender products.
An educational and interpretive center for the North Olympic Peninsula, the Dungeness River Audubon Center's "mission is to inspire understanding, enjoyment and stewardship of the Olympic Peninsula's unique natural and cultural resources, with emphasis on birds, rivers, fish, and the people." The Dungeness River Audubon Center operates at Railroad Bridge Park as a partnership with the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe Olympic Peninsula Audubon Society and the National Audubon Society (NAS), represented by Audubon Washington.
Located within the Olympic National Park, the Olympic Hot Springs watered by the River Elwha is a famous tourist spot offering a foray into the wilderness. Surrounded by lush greenery, the 21 pools can be reached after a 12.8748 kilometer (8 mile) trek that includes picturesque mountain scenery, canyons, gorges and waterfalls. Camping facilities are provided near the hot springs. Get your towel and a change of clothing, if you fancy a quick dip, though be warned that bathing in the warm sulfurous water is not recommended due to its unmonitored bacterial content.
This marina offers mooring and a launching facility, fuel dock and pump out facility.