Life In Sequim
Nestled between the breathtaking
Olympic Mountains and the Straits of Juan de Fuca, picturesque Sequim
offers all of the amenities of a larger city yet remains a
small-town, close-knit community. The location allows us the unique
feature of living in the “rain-shadow” of the mountains. It's
noticeably dryer in Sequim than other parts of western Washington,
raining on average only 16 inches annually. In this temperate
climate, amazing outdoor adventures are just outside your front door.
Go whale-watching or kayaking in the straits, hike or bicycle along
the Discovery trail right outside our door, fish the Dungeness River,
or spend a relaxing day at nearby Sol Duc Hot Springs.
Prefer a round of golf or
a game of pickle ball? Head to one of Sequim's 3 golf courses, or
contact the Sequim Picklers to find out when you can join the next