Dungeness Bay Cottages

Address: 140 Marine Drive, Sequim, Washington, 98382, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 140 Marine Drive, Sequim, is near Olympic Game Farm, Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, and Graysmarsh Berry Farm.
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      Travel Blogs from Sequim

      Olympic Discovery Trail

      A travel blog entry by htimsnahtan on Aug 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... winds through both evergreen and deciduous forests, over creeks, and bypasses almost all roads. It is a bicycle tourists dream! We met a man in a wheelchair along our way who told us how breathtaking Dunguness Spike is and that they have campgrounds to boot. We ended up arriving just at sunset and found a lovely spot all to ourselves in the hiker/biker ...

      Boarded the ferry at Anacortes for Sidney Harbor

      A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Aug 11, 2013

      41 photos

      ... behind our hotel. I think it is the Gorges River. We'll need to find out how to get there. Later watching the news they had a report on the Gorges River, how it has gotten so run down and dirty. However, the community has been working on cleaning it up and again making it a popular recreational area. Today the river happened to open up for swimming, that is the area we saw. Finally get a room around 2pm. All 3 of us take a nap. We are all pretty tired. Around 6 we ...

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

      A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on May 15, 2013

      3 comments, 30 photos

      ... br>
      We ended up chatting to this articulate and independent lady, by her own admission no longer a “youngster”, who enjoyed life by riding her bike from place to place with just the basics in camping gear on board. Not just riding around say a couple of states in the USA. It turned out she had ridden most of the route we were engaged with from Argentina to Alaska, not once but twice, and had over the years travelled extensively in Europe and in many other ...

      Thurs April 11 2013

      A travel blog entry by road_tripper on Apr 11, 2013

      10 photos

      ... up to the tree tops with moss hanging from them - making the sun shoot rays across the forest...it has been one of my favorite areas this trip. Spent the rest of the day bouncing around from beach to beach. Really like them out here, wide beaches, lots of drift wood, no trash, large waves and polite people - at least the two we met were nice. I did figure out how to post more than 5 photos :) It was easy, I'm just an idiot when it comes to computers. Have a great ...

      Vancouver Island

      A travel blog entry by lynnebanks on Jul 28, 2012

      17 photos

      ... hours I have ever spent on a boat! We opted for the smaller boat which only holds 12 but is a faster, bumpier ride, (it is like the boats the coastguards use) it was soo fast and bumpy at times and sooo cold as well but a real thrill ride, the weather was overcast and windy further out of the bay and at one point it looked like we were heading into the eye of the storm, at a rate of knots. Unfortunately The Orca’s had moved up ...