Sequim Attractions Near Discovery Memory Care
Discovery Memory Care is located in downtown Sequim, a place that offers small-town charm with big city amenities. You will find unsurpassed natural beauty and a unique Northwest identity alongside the conveniences of large retail stores and coffee shops with high speed Internet. You will find one-of-a-kind gift shops, murals, antiques, galleries and intriguing restaurants ranging from four-star establishments to roadside stands.
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Local Sites and Outings
The soaring Olympic Mountains grace the city’s southern border and the waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca create a northern boundary. Sequim’s ideal weather is the envy of other coastal towns and all of Western Washington with approximately 16” of rain each year.
For a true taste of the region, visit Sequim Open Aire Market where local growers sell produce and artisans sell their handcrafted items. You might also want to bring a bucket to pick berries. Julia Child said the best berries in the world are grown on the Olympic Peninsula. Take the bucket again and hit the beach for some clam digging. Sequim is also famous for the flavorful native Dungeness crab. After you picked up your berries and crab go visit one of the thirty lavender farms open most of the summer. U-pick your own bundles and savor the aromatic fields of different lavender varieties.
Be sure to pack your bike, kayak, golf clubs, and binoculars to further enjoy our lush valley. With your bike you can experience the Olympic Discovery Trail from Sequim to Port Angeles. Kayak from one of the local boat launches or public beaches and tour Sequim or Dungeness Bay. Golf one of the three lush golf courses and view our many species of birds with or without your binoculars.
Visit the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge to view Dungeness Spit, which is the longest natural sand spit in the United States. The Spit is a wonderful place to view birds and marine life in their natural habitat. Located at the end of Dungeness Spit you will find the New Dungeness Lighthouse.
Sequim loves to celebrate and the Irrigation Festival takes place in early May, complete with grand parade through town. Sequim is the official lavender capital of the nation, and the annual Lavender Festival can be experienced during the third weekend in July. The River Festival and the Harvest Festival are in September and October. If music is for you, then why not try the Olympic Music Festival in Quilcene, held every weekend between late June and early September.
Sequim is conveniently located only thirty minutes from the Victoria, BC Ferry, forty minutes from Hurricane Ridge (for winter sports) and an hour and half from the Hoh rainforest. You can stay here in our sunny valley and experience all the wonderful things to see on the Olympic Peninsula.
For more information regarding Sequim, visit the local Chamber website at www.cityofsequim.com