Charming coffee shops and quaint boutiques line the downtown corridor of Sequim. With nearly 60 annual vendors, the local farmers market is a must see!
Explore the over 30-mile-long paved Discovery Trail by bike or on foot. The trail will take you through the local agricultural land, serene wooded areas, peaceful residential areas, over historic railroad trestles and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca coastline. Sherwood Assisted Living is located along the Discovery Trail. The picturesque lavender fields draw visitors from all over the world during the annual Lavender Festival weekend in July.
The annual Irrigation Festival in May celebrates the irrigation ditches and is the longest-running festival in Washington State.
Sequim and the Olympic Peninsula offer various golf courses, bird watching, fishing, art walks, water sports, berry picking, concerts, unique dining experiences and much more!