Port Townsend offers an array of charming boutique hotels and unique places to stay—but be aware, in-town accommodations can fill up quickly! Luckily, there are many other beautiful towns to stay at on the Olympic Peninsula within driving distance of Wooden Boat Festival, including:
Port Hadlock - 20 minute drive
Port Ludlow - 30 minute drive
Marrowstone Island - 30 minute drive
Sequim - 45 minute drive
Port Angeles - 1 hour drive
Here are a few lodging options to explore as you plan your visit...
Local Tourism Websites
These local tourism and lodging websites are a great place to start your search for accommodations! Find extensive lists of local hotels, motels, and other places to stay using the links below...
If you’re looking for a bit more space or solitude, a vacation rental is a great option for your stay during Wooden Boat Festival. We’ve listed a few local vacation rental websites here, but be sure to check out Airbnb and vrbo.com, too!
• Brigadoon Vacation Rentals
• Sequim Valley Properties
• Jefferson County Private Getaways & Vacation Rentals
• Fort Worden Vacation Rentals
• Port Angeles Vacation Rentals
• Kala Point Vacation Rentals
Get out into the great outdoors! Camping and RV-ing are wonderful ways to experience the Olympic Peninsula. Here is a list of a few campsites in the area, and don't forget to check out the local options on Hipcamp (which is like the Airbnb of campsites & glamping)!
• Jefferson County Fairgrounds
• Fort Worden State Park
• Fort Flagler State Park
• Oak Bay Campground
• Sequim Bay State Park
• Dungeness Recreation Area
• John Wayne Waterfront Resort
• Port Angeles KOA
• Dungeness Forks Campground
Point Hudson RV sites during Wooden Boat Festival 2024 are currently full. To be added to a waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.