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0.0
City of Port Angeles, WA. - East First Street / North Lincoln Street
Access to Port Angeles city centre north of highway. NOTE; For highway travel west and south via US. #101 -See Milebymile.com Road Map HIghway Travel Guide - Port Angeles, WA. to Aberdeen, WA. for driving directions.
0.9
1.5
Washington Olympic National Park Hurricane RidgeVisitor Information Centre
West of highway
2.6
4.2
North Brook Ave - South Brook Ave
Access to campground & R V Park
4.2
6.7
Access to campground & R V Park
South side of highway
5.0
8.0
Washington Olympic National Park Deer Park Campground. ( Deer Park Road )
South of highway. Closed in Winter Deer Park campground is nestled just below the summit of blue mountain offering spectacular views of the Olympics. It has 14 sites and is at an elevation of 5,400 feet. Deer Park operates on a first-come, first-served basis. No park campgrounds have hookups, showers, or laundry. Access is via a narrow, windy dirt road; RV's and trailers not permitted. Pit toilets. Drinking water available
5.3
8.6
U Turn Route
North to city of Port Angeles
7.1
11.4
Obrian Road
South side of highway. Access to campground & R V Park
7.6
12.3
Access to campground & R V Park
North side of highway.
8.4
13.5
Services at highway
North side of highway
10.3
16.5
Point of Interest
Crossing MCDonald Creek, Washington.
11.2
18.0
Access to campground & R V Park
South side of highway
11.7
18.8
View from highway
Driving east on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
12.0
19.3
Access to The Dungeness Scenic Route
North of highway. North to Dungeness Washington National Wildlife Refuge, access to airport
13.3
21.4
Services at highway

14.4
23.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Dungeness River, Washington.
15.2
24.4
Community of Sequim, Washington - ( River Road )
Sequim, Washington lies in the Washington Dungeness Valley, nestled between the Olympic Mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Sequim is famous for Dungeness Crab, The Olympic Game Farm, Dungeness Spit.
16.7
26.9
Sequim Ave
Services at highway
19.2
30.9
Access to John Wayne Port of Angeles Marina
North of highway
20.1
32.4
View from highway
Driving south on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
21.1
33.9
Sequim Bay , Washington State Park
Sequim Bay State Park, a year-round, 92-acre marine camping park with 4,909 feet of saltwater coast in the Sequim 'rainshadow,' just inside Puget Sound, Washington on the Washington Olympic Peninsula. The bay is calm, the air is dry and interpretive opportunities await visitors. The park has 63 tent spaces, 16 utility spaces, five restrooms (one ADA) and three showers (two ADA). In the hookup loop, a few sites can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet. Dry camping areas can accommodate RVs up to 30 feet. There are two loops of forested, dry, camping sites, some very near the water.
22.4
36.0
Roadside highway turnout
East of highway, gravel turnout
23.2
37.4
Community of Blyn, Washington

26.7
43.0
Access to campground & R V Park

26.8
43.1
Point of Interest
Jefferson County, Washington, western county limits.
27.7
44.5
Community of Gardiner, Washington

29.0
46.7
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
29.1
46.8
Access to Discovery Bay, Washington

30.6
49.3
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
30.8
49.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
32.2
51.8
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, Large gravel turnout
32.4
52.1
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, Large gravel turnout
33.8
54.4
Community of Discovery Bay, Washington

34.8
56.0
Juction of Highway # 20
East to communities of Chimacum, WA. - Port Townsend, WA. East to Whidbey Island Ferry, WA. East to Old Fort Townsend, WA. State Park. The park has 40 campsites, one dump station, two restrooms and one shower. Maximum site length is 40 feet. East to Fort Worden, WA. State Park. Fort Worden, WA. State Park Conference Center is a 433-acre multi-use park with 11,020 feet of saltwater shoreline and a wide variety of services and facilities. The park rests on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound. Many historic buildings remain at this 19th century military fort. Fort Worden State Park has two campgrounds. The beach campground has 50 full-service hookup sites tucked between the bluffs and the beaches of Point Wilson. The upper campground has 30 sites with water and electricity, and a sewer dump station nearby. The campsites are mostly forested, some with privacy. They are fairly level, and quite long. Both campgrounds have restrooms with showers. Maximum site length is 60 feet.The campsites are popular year-round.
34.8
56.0
Juction of Highway # 20
East to Mystery Bay State Day Park, WA. No campground. This 10-acre marine park is reachable by car or boat. The park features a saltwater shoreline of 685 feet on Mystery Bay and offers a spectacular view of the Olympic Mountains. East to Fort Flagler State Park, a 784-acre marine camping park surrounded on three sides by 19,100 feet of saltwater shoreline. The park rests on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound, with views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Many historic buildings remain at this 19th-century-established military fort. The park has 101 standard tent sites, 14 utility spaces, one dump station, four restrooms (one ADA) and eight showers (two ADA). Forty-seven standard tent sites are in the upper camping area. Because this area is on a bluff above the water and is canopied with trees, it is not suitable for large RVs. Fifty-four sites are in the lower park area and have easy access to the water. Maximum site length is 50 feet.
37.1
59.7
Junction of highway # 104
East to community of Bremerton, Washington. Access to Hood Canal, Washington. East to Washington Seattle Ferries.
37.7
60.7
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, large gravel turnout
39.6
63.8
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, large gravel turnout
41.4
66.6
Community of Leland, Washington
West of highway
43.3
69.7
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
46.0
74.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Little Quilcene River, Washington
47.0
75.7
Community of Quilcene, Washington

47.4
76.3
Access to campground

47.7
76.7
Washington Quilcene Olympic National Forest Ranger Station
West side of highway
48.0
77.3
Access to campground & R V Park
East side of highway
48.5
78.0
Washington Quilcene National Fish Hatchery
West side of highway
48.6
78.2
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
49.2
79.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Quilcene River, Washington.
49.4
79.5
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, gravel turnout
50.4
81.1
Washington Olympic National Forest
North boundary
50.7
81.6
Washington Olympic National Forest Falls View Campground
West of highway
52.1
83.9
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
52.4
84.3
Roadside highway turnout with view area
Mount Walker, Washington View Point, west side of highway
54.2
87.2
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout
55.0
88.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
56.9
91.5
Roadside highway turnout with view area
East side of highway
58.0
93.3
Seal Rock National Forest Campground
East side of highway
58.4
94.0
View from highway
Looking east at Hood Canal, Washington. Driving south on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
59.1
95.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Dosewallips River, Washington
59.7
96.0
Dosewallips, Washington State Park
West side of highway. Dosewallips State Park, a 425-acre, year-round camping park with a saltwater shoreline 5,500 feet on Hood Canal and 5,400 feet of freshwater shoreline on either side of the Dosewallips River, Washington. The camp has 100 tent spaces, 40 utility spaces, one dump station, three restrooms (one ADA) and two showers (one ADA). All tent sites can handle RVs, but do not provide hookups. Maximum site length is 60 feet
59.8
96.2
Point of Interest
Crossing James Creek, Washington
61.6
99.2
Access to Marina
East side of highway
62.7
100.9
Washington Olympic National Forest Duckabush Day Park
Services at highway, fuel
66.3
106.7
Point of Interest
Crossing Fulcon Creek, Washington.
67.0
107.9
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, access to boat launch
67.2
108.1
Triton Cove, Washington State Park Day Park
Triton Cove State Park, a 29-acre day-use park with 555 feet of saltwater shore on Hood Canal, Washington. This small park provides an ADA-compliant boat launch with access to near-shore fishing. Future plans include possible camping facilities.
70.0
112.6
View from highway
Driving south on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
70.8
113.9
Access to Washington Olympic National Forest Hama Hama Campground
West of highway
72.0
115.8
Community of Eldon, Washington
Services at highway
72.6
116.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Hama Hama River, Washington.
73.4
118.2
Roadside highway turnout with view point
East side of highway, gravel turnout
74.4
119.7
Point of Interest
Crossing Gorsted Creek. Driving south on The Washington Pacific Coast Highway Scenic Byway.
75.2
121.0
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
76.8
123.6
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, large turnout
77.1
124.1
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turout
77.7
125.0
Point of Interest
Crossing Eagle Creek, Washington.
78.0
125.6
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, gravel turnout
79.8
128.5
Roadside highway turnout with view point area
East side of highway
80.0
128.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway,paved turnout
80.2
129.0
Community of Lilliwaup, Washington

82.1
132.2
Access to campground & R V Park

82.6
133.0
Community of Holiday Beach, Washington
Access from highway
83.8
134.8
Access to Lodging & R V Park

84.5
136.0
Junction of Highway # 119
Community of Hoodsport, Washington. West to Lake Crushman Day, Washington State Park. NOTE: Lake Cushman closed under Washington State Parks management Oct. 1, 2002. The landowner, Tacoma Power, now has a private operator keeping the park open.
86.3
138.8
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turnout
86.7
139.6
Community of Potlatch, Washington

88.2
142.0
Potlatch, Washington State Park Campground
Potlatch State Park, a 57-acre camping park with a saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal measuring 9,570 feet. The park's beautiful grounds are home to a variety of activities, from interpretive programs for kids to boating and shellfish harvesting. The park has 19 tent spaces, 18 utility spaces, one dump station, one restroom and two showers. Sites have no hook-ups. Maximum site length is 60 feet (may have limited availability). Two of the tent sites are for primitive use (hikers and bicyclers) only.
88.7
142.7
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway, paved turnout
89.9
144.7
Community of Skokomish, Washington

90.2
145.2
Junction of highway # 106
East to communities of Union, WA. 5 miles, Belfair, WA. East to Twanoh State Park, a 182-acre marine, camping park; saltwater shoreline on Hood Canal is 3,167 feet. The park has 25 tent spaces, 22 utility spaces, six restrooms and one shower. Sites have no hook-ups. Maximum site length is 35 feet
90.3
145.3
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway
92.0
148.1
Point of Interest
Crossing the Skokomish River
93.8
150.9
Roadside highway turnout
West side of highway, paved turnout.
96.8
155.7
Junction of highway # 102 ( Dayton Airport Road )
Access to State Patrol Academy, Correctional Centre Shelton Detachment. West to community of Matlock, Washington. West to Schafer State Park Campground. Situated midway between Olympia and Ocean Park is Schafer State Park, a 119-acre camping park on the Satsop River. The park has 43 tent spaces, six utility spaces, one dump station, two restrooms and one shower. Utilility sites have water and power. Sites have no hook-ups. Maximum site length is 40 feet
97.4
156.7
Services at highway
East side of highway
98.5
158.5
City of Shelton, Washington
All services
101.4
163.2
Access to Shelton WA. city centre
Visitor Information, west side of highway
103.5
166.6
Junction of highway # 3
North to Bayshore, WA. and Bremerton, WA. Services at highway. East to Jarrell Cove State Park, a 43-acre marine camping park. On the northeast end of Harstine Island in South Puget Sound, WA, the park has 3,500 feet of saltwater shoreline. The forested island park is accessible by road and bridge and is off the beaten path. Most visitors arrive by boat. The park has campsites near the docks, as well as on rolling, grassy areas. Harstine Island Park, WA. is four miles away. Jarrell Cove State Park has 22 tent spaces, one restroom and one shower. There is one ADA-accessible campsite and four tent spaces
107.1
172.3
Junction of highway # 108
West to McCleary, WA. - Aberdeen, WA. - Whites, WA.
107.3
172.7
View from highway
Driving south
110.0
177.1
Point of Interest
Crossing Kennedy Creek, Washington.
113.7
183.0
Services at highway
Fuel, West side of highway
116.5
187.4
Junction of Washington U.S. highway # 8
West to Elma, WA. - Aberdeen, WA. - Elma, WA. - Satsop, WA.
118.8
191.2
City of Olympia
Northern corporate limits. Set on the shores of South Puget Sound, with the rugged Olympic Mountains rising in the distance across the water and the dome of Washington's Capitol soaring above the town, Olympia ranks as one of America's loveliest cities. Services at highway.
119.3
192.0
Black Lake Blvd
Access to West Olympia, west of highway
120.4
193.7
Access to South Puget Sound College

120.9
194.5
Access to community of Tumwater, Washington
South side of highway
121.7
195.8
Exit # 102 Trosper Road
City of Olympia, Washington. Start / Finish of Travel Guide. NOTE For Highway travel via U.S.highway #101 north beyond Port Angeles, see milebymile.com Port Angels to Aberdeen