GETTING HERE

WE'RE PERFECTLY SITUATED TO EXPLORE THE OLYMPIC PENINSULA


HERE ARE SOME SIMPLE (AND SCENIC) WAYS TO GET TO US

OUR ADDRESS:

146 Wildflower Ln. Port Angeles, WA.

Of course, you can simply enter our address into Google Maps or your own navigation system and follow the directions.

Below is some additional information to help you plan your trip.

FROM SEA-TAC AIRPORT

If you are coming directly to us from the airport, the best choice is to drive all the way.

Pick up your rental car and use WA-518 E to take I-5 S to Tacoma.

Follow I-5 S, WA-16 W and WA-3 N to WA-104 W, then merge onto US-101 W.

Expect to travel the 122 miles in about 2 hours and 15 minutes under normal conditions.

We don’t recommend taking the Seattle/Bainbridge Island ferry.

You’d save 35 miles of driving, but you’ll need to head up to Seattle and get to the terminal right on time.

If you miss the boat, it may add up to an extra hour waiting for the next sailing.

Note: The Olympic Peninsula has limited bus, taxi and rideshare services.

We strongly suggest renting a car if you are not driving your own vehicle.

FROM DOWNTOWN SEATTLE

If you’re already in Downtown Seattle, you may either drive or take the ferry.

If you choose to drive, take I-5 S past the airport and drive the 132 miles in about 2 and a half hours as detailed above.

Or in the same time, you may take the Seattle/Bainbridge Island ferry and save 57 miles of driving.

Check the sailing schedule at wsdot.wa.gov/Ferries and arrive at least 20 minutes prior to departure.

The fare for a typical car, driver, and 1 passenger is between $21 - $25 for the 35 minute crossing.

When you disembark in Bainbridge, take WA-305 N to WA-3 N to WA-104 W, then merge onto US-101 W.

FROM EASTERN WASHINGTON / SPOKANE

Take I-90 West through Snoqualmie Pass to WA-18 West to I-5 West through Tacoma.

Then head north to US-101 West. Expect a travel time of just over 6 hours to go 388 miles from Spokane.

FROM PORTLAND, OR

Straight shot north via Olympia, WA. 

4 hours / 224 miles.

Take I-5 North to Olympia, then US-101 West.

Scenic route through Astoria, OR.

6 hours 45 minutes / 342 miles.

Take US-26 West to Cannon Beach, then US-101 North along the coast, through Quinault Rain Forest.

WHEN YOU REACH US-101

COMING FROM THE WEST (COAST)

You will come through the town of Port Angeles.

When you pass Walmart on the left, go about 3 more miles. Get in the left lane.

You will see a billboard on the left and a winery in a large barn on the right.

Get in the left turning lane for Old Olympic Hwy and turn left.

Go 1 and a half miles and turn left onto Wild Currant Wy.

Then take the first right onto Gherke Rd. Take the first right onto Finn Hall Rd.

Look for our sign on the right and turn just before it onto Wildflower Ln.

Continue to the gate on the right with our sign.

COMING FROM THE EAST (SEATTLE)

You will come through the town of Sequim. (Pronounced "Squim")

When you pass Carlsborg Rd. and the gas stations on the right, go about 5 more miles.

Get in the right lane. You will see "R Corner" store on the right. Turn right onto Lewis Rd.

Go 1 mile to Old Olympic Hwy. Turn left and immediately right onto Wild Currant Wy.

Then take the first right onto Gherke Rd. Take the first right onto Finn Hall Rd.

Look for our sign on the right and turn just before it onto Wildflower Ln.

Continue to the gate on the right with our sign.

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