Difference between revisions of "Port Angeles"
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With a population of 19,000, Port Angeles is regarded as the "Center of it All" for the Olympic Peninsula. It's a great place to start for a day trip to Hurricane Ridge or a vacation to explore all of the Olympic National Park. Outdoor sports like kayaking, biking or hiking are very popular. Many quaint shops attract shoppers downtown and the expansive waterfront provides relaxation. With ferries coming and going all day, Port Angeles is the departure point for a trip to Victoria (British Columbia). Beautiful Pacific beaches are nearby and the lavender fields and berry farms of Sequim beckon all summer. Port Angeles is the place to be when it comes to experiencing all that the Olympic Peninsula has to offer.
From Seattle's main airport, SeaTac (IATA: SEA), one can drive directly to Port Angeles in just 2.5 hours (via I-5 S, WA-16 W, WA-3 N & WA-101). Washington State Ferries  cut across the Puget Sound from Edmonds or from downtown Seattle to Bainbridge Island. There are also ferry routes from Victoria (British Columbia).
The William R. Fairchild International Airport (IATA: KLM) is located on the west side of the city. Currently, Kenmore Air flies 7 daily round-trip flights in and out of Fairchild between Port Angeles and Seattle’s Boeing Field .
Port Angeles Boat Haven  is nestled in the nook of Ediz Hook and is a direct route from Victoria (British Columbia). It is a perfect stop over for boaters plying the waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound.
Quaint shops located downtown.
Numerous places to dine or to just grab a bite to eat.
Tudor Inn - Voted Best Bed and Breakfast in Clallam County - 2006 Award! The design of the Inn is English Tudor, built in 1910 when the sumptuous use of wood was taken for granted. For information and reservations call 866-286-2224. 1108 South Oak Street, Port Angeles, WA 98362