Quality Inn Uptown
101 East 2nd. Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 457-9434
Fax: (360) 457-5915
101 East 2nd. Street, Port Angeles, WA, US, 98362
- Phone: (360) 457-9434
- Fax: (360) 457-5915
Often a stopping point for ferry travelers bound for Victoria, BC, this small city is a worthwhile destination in its own right. For lodgings, try Domaine Madeleine Bed and Breakfast, and enjoy fine French dining at C'est Si Bon. Easy access to several spots in Olympic National Park makes this town a great starting point for outdoor adventures, with nearby Lake Crescent and Hurricane Ridge being especially popular. There's a small farmer's market every weekend and plenty of concerts, theatrical events and shopping to keep you busy.
Rising a mile high, Hurricane Ridge offers winter recreation and activities and features winter vistas unmatched anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. It is a small, family oriented ski area. The Ridge boasts some groomed areas, but for the accomplished skier or snowboarder the steeps, bowls and glades are well worth the effort it takes to hike there. With a summit elevation of 5,240 feet, the average annual snowfall is 400-plus inches.
This park encompasses mountains and the sea, with temperate rain forests and largely undisturbed ecosystems. The park is 95-percent wilderness, with old-growth forests and untouched land. There are few roads or services, and accommodations are mostly limited to campsites with fireplaces and rest rooms, but walking the trails is well worth the effort. There are many great trails for the experienced backpacker. Other fees may apply for parking and wilderness areas.
Complete kayaking service offering exceptional tours, sales and rentals to the waterways of the Olympic Peninsula.
Washington fishing guide for Steelhead, Salmon, Sturgeon and Trout on popular rivers in Western Washington.
Rafting and kayaking in and around Olympic National Park and Forest. Their guided river trips include rafting on the Elwha River, in Olympic National Park, and rafting and inflatable kayak trips on the Hoh River, in the heart of the Hoh Rain Forest, near Forks. They also offer Class III rafting on the Sol Duc River. They also offer guided kayak tours of Lake Aldwell, Freshwater Bay on the Strait of Juan de Fuca near Port Angeles and Dungeness Spit and National Wildlife refuge near Sequim.
They specialize in providing a custom fishing experience for up to three people. They cater each trip to meet the needs of your fishing desires and abilities. Fish for halibut, bottomfish, and/or crab as the seasons permit throughout the Strait of Juan de Fuca. They are based out of Port Angeles but will travel to fish the waters anywhere from here to Sekiu.
The Hurricane Ridge Ski and Snowboard Area is located in the Olympic National Park in the state of Washington. This ski resort is named so because the winding road leading to the ski area is especially prone to avalanches during winter months. Once at the ski area, one can take ski lessons on the easiest ski run, the Bunny Tow or experts can go straight for the Poma face, the most difficult and dangerous trail. Tubing runs are also available.
SkyRidge Golf Course is a championship length course with four sets of tees. The driving range is a fine practice facility. They have a nice putting green, chipping green and a practice bunker.
"Explore and experience the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge and the beautiful waterways of the Pacific Northwest in a kayak." Sea kayaking lessons, kayak sales, and a variety of tours are offered.
SARC offers a 25 yard, six lane pool with a diving board, 17 foot high water slide & rope swing. They also have a separate shallow pool kept at 88 degrees that is great for kids and seniors. A hydrotherapy pool and dry & steam sauna are available for patrons 16 years of age or older. Work out in the 5,000 square foot weight room, cardio room or circuit room. You can shoot baskets, play volleyball or take a class in the gym. There are two racquetball courts that may be reserved up to two days in advance.
This little town nestled in the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains treats its visitors to about 300 sunny days a year. It's a popular spot for those needing a dose of sun during Seattle's long rainy season, and summer events like the Lavender Festival draw crowds. Find year-round entertainment at the Olympic Game Farm, where you can feed bison from your car window, and the Dungeness Spit , a paradise for birders and nature lovers. For a tasty meal, try Khu Larb Thai. For a longer visit, try the cozy Juan de Fuca Cabins. You may decide to follow the example of many of the town's inhabitants and retire here.