2017 Travel Planner for Olympic Peninsula Now Available

2017 Travel Planner for Olympic Peninsula Now Available


2017 Travel Planner for Olympic Peninsula Now Available

Port Angeles, Wash. – Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission (OPTC) partners announced today that the 2017 Travel Planner is available either by ordering a mailed copy or by downloading it from their website.

Bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the east by the Hood Canal and on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Olympic Peninsula is anchored by the majestic Olympic Mountains. No other place in America can match its diversity in terrain and weather in such a compact geographic area. Come visit and explore their lakes, waterfalls, rivers, mountains, beaches and rain forest.

While the main attraction is the Olympic National Park, there is a wealth of outdoor activities, cultural experiences and local events in each community around the Peninsula to keep you coming back for more! Meet some friendly locals enjoying the same "things to do" visitors want to experience. Be sure to check out the Waterfall Trail website as well to learn more about twenty-four beautiful waterfall hikes!

The Travel Planner provides listings for lodging, activities, events in the communities of Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Sequim, Forks, Neah Bay, Clallam Bay and Seiku, and Port Ludlow. There are arts organizations including galleries, art shows, theater performances, the Port Angeles Symphony and Music in the Park. Nature abounds offering water sports, beaches, wilderness hiking, fishing, bird watching and free weekly nature walks at the Audubon Center. There are so many options that visitors will find the Travel Planner a valuable tool to help plan their itinerary.

The OPTC provides a great resource in their website which allows visitors access to events calendars, travel, community and recreation information. Whether you want to walk through a field of lavender; try mouth-watering Dungeness Crab, fish and seafood; sea kayak calm bays, hike rainforest trails or relax on the beach; there is something for you in NW Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Order your Travel Planner today and start planning your next trip!


About the Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission (OPTC) is a partnership of the Chambers of Commerce and tourism marketing entities from the North Hood Canal to Quinault including: Neah Bay Chamber of Commerce: City of Port Angeles; Lake Quinault Innkeepers Association; Forks Chamber of Commerce; Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau representing unincorporated Clallam County; Clallam Bay/Sekiu Chamber of Commerce; City of Port Townsend; City of Sequim; and Jefferson County Tourism Coordinating Council representing TCC/Brinnon Quilcene, TCC/Port Hadlock, TCC/Port Ludlow/ Gateway Visitor Center, and West Jefferson County. OPTC continues to be a leader in destination marketing offering vital travel information to local, national, and international visitors by promoting tourism to the Olympic Peninsula and the gateway communities surrounding it.

Mary Brelsford
Communications Manager
Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau

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