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Apr 20, 2014 - Dungeness Recreation Area, Sequim, WA

We began our stay at Clallam County Park, Dungeness Recreation Area (This park is the entrance to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge which contains Dungeness Spit), Sequim, WA in Feb. 2010. We have been the camp hosts here for the last 4+ years. Our home is here in Sequim, so it was really nice to find this position. This park has 66 sites and all but the camp host sites are primitive sites. It is a beautifully maintained park with lots of wild life and trail to hike. The park sits on a bluff overlooking the Straits of Juan de Fuca. We...

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Nov 5, 2010 - Dungeness Refuge & Crab

We had a craving for some fresh seafood today. We decided to check online and see what was available in the area. We chose the "3 Crabs Restaurant" and are very happy we did. What we got was some great food and a wonderful surprise. The restaurant is located in Dungeness, WA. It has an incredible view of the Dungeness Spit. The Dungeness Spit is a 5.5-mile long sand spit jutting out from the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It is also a National Wildlife Refuge and the home of the Dungeness Lighthouse....

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May 9, 2010 - Dungeness Spit

Our final exploration from Sequim was to visit the Dungeness Spit.. The spit juts into the Strait of Juan de Fuca for 5 ½ miles, creating a quiet harbour and bay of tide flats. The spit is constantly growing, being added to from nearby bluffs eroding sandy sediments into the strait. Because we had Jenny with us we were unable to walk the spit a National Wildlife Refuge, instead we had a great walk along the bluffs.

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