John Wayne'S Waterfront Resort

Address: 2634 W. Sequim Bay Rd, Sequim, Washington, 98382, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 2634 W. Sequim Bay Rd, Sequim, is near Graysmarsh Berry Farm and Olympic Peninsula Wineries.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsJohn Wayne'S Waterfront Resort Sequim

      Reviewed by joec404

      Ideal for active people, or nature lovers.

      Reviewed Aug 16, 2014
      by (16 reviews) Whereever we happen to be , United States Flag of United States

      Spent three days here. Fabulous. Great view over the marina, GREAT hiking and biking trails, location ideal. We had a great time here and enjoyed the panoramic vista of Puget Sound

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      TripAdvisor Reviews John Wayne'S Waterfront Resort Sequim

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Sequim

      Chillin' on the Sound

      A travel blog entry by joec404 on Aug 16, 2014

      4 photos

      We spent three days at John Wayne resort, so called because John Wayne donated the land around there for a marina and recreational facilities. I can't make this up...really. Anyway, we had a great time here because the Dungeness Recreation area has so much to do. We drove around, exploring, as we usually do, and saw some very cool stuff, including …

      Lake Crescent--Oympic NP

      A travel blog entry by abbyshack on Sep 02, 2013

      9 photos

      The weather forecast has started to include some rain so we need to plan our activities accordingly... time to venture into the National Park. The closest entrance is at Port Angeles about 30 minutes from homebase Sequim. It was pouring in Sequim when we left but it cleared a little as we got into the park. Destination today was Lake Crescent, a 624 foot deep lake formed by a glacier. We had lunch at historic Lake Crescent Lodge then hiked the Sol Duc Falls trail to a beautiful ...

      Day 13 Canada

      A travel blog entry by micknmila on Aug 29, 2013

      27 photos

      Whistler is certainly a hip-hop-happening place. Heaps of young folk enjoying those extreme sports that comprise' reckless endangerment'. Like downhill dirt-bike riding. And we're talking very STEEP downhill bike trails! Apparently, the dirt-bike riders take over the resort from the skiers in the summer. The young lads can put their bikes on special ski-lift carriages designed for bikes or else they simply cram their bikes into small ...

      From "Oh Wow!" Oregon & Washington to beautiful BC

      A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on May 15, 2013

      3 comments, 30 photos

      ... one overlander greeting another as we tend to do when passing on the road. Later on after we had arrived in Victoria we were to discover it was our Canadian friend Richard whom we had initially met back in the northern Baja in Mexico at Mama Espinoza’s motel when he and his Mexican friend Alfonso had crossed our paths and we had a fun time chatting about travel by bike and 4x4. We had exchanged contact details at the time and had hoped to make contact with ...

      Sunny Summer Hike

      A travel blog entry by smonty1 on Aug 05, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... We had stumbled upon a small little cabin where we camped out on the porch and nibbled on some cheese, cucumbers, and other munchies. It was a much needed pitstop. The temperature today was record breaking and scorched into the mid 90's, making the moderate hike, much more demanding. But once we left the cabin, we made a beeline for the parking lot. It was an absolutely beautiful hike, and a wonderful way to spend a sunny Sunday in the Pacific Northwest.