Olympic Peninsula Experience
When: August 15 -18 2024
PRICE: Driver $2,592 | Passenger $775
Embarking on a journey through Washington’s Olympic Peninsula is a sensory feast that takes you through a diverse landscape, blending the untamed beauty of rugged coastlines, lush rainforests, meandering rivers, and breathtaking panoramic views. This enchanting adventure promises an immersive experience that engages all your senses.
Starting in Olympia WA, we will start our journey around 10am and start the amazing loop around the Olympic Peninsula. We will head north on 101 making our way along the beautiful coast of Dabob Bay and exploring into the forests where we will have lunch. From here our journey continues up to Quilcene where we will find camp. Dinner will be served around the time we get to camp so be ready for an amazing dinner prepared by our gourmet chef and time to let the stories around the campfire begin.
Day 2: Coffee will be ready by 7am and breakfast will be served by 8am. After breakfast we will pack it up and get ready for the adventures that await. Day 2 is packed with fun. Starting just outside of Quilcene and making our way to the first of 4 ferry rides today. Our first ferry will take us over to Kingston where we will jump on the second ferry to take us back over to the mainland in Edmonds. A short drive up to Mukilteo and on to our 3rd ferry ride taking us in to the San Juan islands. Once on Whidbey Island we’ll travel up to Keystone, stopping at state parks and having lunch along the way, where we will depart the San Juans back over to the Oly Pen in Port Townsend. Here we will venture back into the forest finding camp near Blyn. As we arrive, dinner will be on its way to being served and we will enjoy a wonderful night around the campfire eating dinner and telling stories of the fun adventures we all have been on.
Day 3: Coffee will be ready by 7am and breakfast will be served by 8am. After breakfast we will pack it up and get ready for a later departure. Today we are making the drive from Blyn to Ozette having lunch along the way. You’ll encounter charming coastal towns, where artisan shops and seafood eateries beckon with the promise of local delights and breathe in the crisp, rejuvenating air that defines the Pacific Northwest. We will end our day at Ozette Campground where another amazing gourmet meal will be prepared for you.
Day 4: Coffee will be ready by 7am and breakfast will be served by 8am. After breakfast we will pack it up and get ready for our last day in the Olympic Peninsula. From Ozette we will start our journey south to Aberdeen while having lunch near Kalaloch. Our last day will be a bit slower pace. Stopping to enjoy the views and reminiscing of the day’s past from the ferry rides to the rain forests. As we make our way into Aberdeen, we’ll come to the end point in the weekend’s adventures. We’ll say our goodbyes and head our separate ways.
- All meals are prepared by our gourmet chef “Lena” that cooks everything fresh every day. We bring a gourmet flair to camp cooking, and you’ll be raving about the meals every day! Lena has been catering for our events from the beginning and has turned many of our support crew into foodies!
- Expect breakfasts like French Toast with Sausage, or an amazing Veggie scramble.
- Dinners range from Seared steak, whole roasted sweet potato topped with lentils, micro greens, pickled onions, avocado, ranchero sauce, sour cream, cilantro, and lime slaw or Farro salad with Fennel, and Apple, toasted Walnuts. Asparagus with garlic and lemon and Beef/Pork meatballs with marinera and creamy Polenta.
- Lunches will be on the trail “Picnic Style” with premade sandwiches with chips, drinks and fruit. We will provide condiments, veggies, and cheese you can add on to your sandwich at lunch.
Immerse yourself in the magic of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, where each turn in the road reveals a new facet of nature’s grandeur. This journey is a celebration of the interconnected tapestry of beaches, rainforests, rivers, and awe-inspiring vistas that define this enchanting corner of the Pacific Northwest.