8 Exciting Things to do in Port Angeles

1) Go to Mt. Walker. Before you leave town, be sure to see Mt. Walker—you can see it on your drive in, and it's quite easy to get by automobile.

2) Go on an Adventure at Discovery Park Port Angeles has a handful of adventure-style activities, but if you want to get your heart pumping, hop on a bike and check out Discovery Park.

3) Watch Whales You will be able to observe whales from many places around Port Angeles and Clallam County, including Sequim Bay, Discovery Park, and La Push.

4) Eat Delicious Food at Local Restaurants One of our favorite places to eat is End of The Inn. Its menu is entirely focused on dishes made with fresh local products, and it offers something for every taste. As soon as you walk through its doors, you can sense its incredible vibe, whether you’re meeting a date or coming with a group of friends.

5) Go to Marymere Falls Gorgeous and refreshing, Marymere Falls is a must-see on any trip to Port Angeles. Although it’s not too difficult to reach by car, don’t be discouraged by how much work it looks—the stunning payoff will be worth it

6) Explore the Art at Peninsula College Have you ever wanted to attend an art museum and get school credit for it? The Peninsula College Galleries are a great place to start.

7) Take a Tour of Fort Worden State Park Fort Worden State Park is a hidden gem along Washington’s coast. The park is centered around what was once Fort Worden

8) Explore Baker Beach and Beyond! If you want a nice, long walk through nature or enjoy biking, Baker Beach is a great option. Located at Fort Worden State Park

Baker Beach is a roughly five-mile stretch of sandy beach that’s just south of Cape George. The trail also runs through Fort Worden Park and ends at Morsman Cove on Puget Sound.