Our next stop placed us near Sequim (pronounced sk-whim), which gave us a good base for a few interesting day trips. This included Hurricane Ridge (Port Angeles), and the Dungeness National Wildlife Sanctuary, before we headed on to our next overnight in Gig Harbor. The RV park was pristine and run by a nice host couple but the sites were very close – not quite our cup of tea.
Hurricane Ridge held beautiful views, even on an overcast day. This held true both from various trail heads and pull offs as well as at the top, which held a small visitor center and a few picnic areas.
Gig Harbor is quite the little gem, and became a great way to kill a day or two before we were due to arrive at our friend’s house later that week. The RV park in Gig Harbor was wooded, with large, quiet lots and though we stayed just two nights, is definitely one we’d return to again. On that note, we’ll be compiling a directory of places we stayed as soon as we double check that posting their names with our review won’t have any negative repercussions!