Explore the Olympic Peninsula’s Beautiful Hood Canal By Kayak

July 18, 2013 on 1:43 pm | In Outdoors, Pacific Northwest | Comments Off



PORT ANGELES, Wash.—

Journey to Washington’s stunning Olympic Peninsula to explore the beautiful Hood Canal, a place with tranquil protected waters that ideal for kayaking. From beginners to novices alike, paddlers have an opportunity to explore sheltered coves, bays, and inlets that provide calm waters, serene beaches and beautiful landscapes. Popular launch sites include Pt. Whitney, Pleasant Harbor, Seal Rock Campground, Yelvik’s Boat Ramp, Dosewallips State Park, and Triton Cove, among others. Broad Spit County Park is an undeveloped, boat-in only, “leave no trace” kayaking destination that permits camping on the east side of the Bolton Peninsula. Kayak Brinnon provides kayak rentals and SUP’s and tours from Pleasant Harbor and will deliver kayaks to locations between Potlatch and Quilcene.

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