4 Not-to-Miss Festivals on the Olympic Peninsula

Do you enjoy music, science fiction books, or seafood? Then you won't want to miss these happening surrounding Olympic National Park.
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Do you enjoy music, science fiction books, or seafood? Then you won't want to miss these happening surrounding Olympic National Park.

Concerts in the Woods

Year-round

On select weekends, concerts featuring the best of folk, Americana, singer/songwriter, Appalachian, bluegrass, Celtic, blues, country and more! Admission is by donation. Complimentary cookies an coffee are served at intermission. Please join us. (www.coyleconcerts.com)

Annual Razor Clam Digging at Kalaloch Beach

March through May

Come dig your own clams along a remote beach near Kalaloch Lodge. After an absence, this activity is now back with cooperation from the Washington department of Fish and Wildlife. (www.thekalalochlodge.com/clam-digging-2017.aspx)

Forever Twilight in Forks

September

An annual celebration honoring Stephenie Meyer and all things related to the Twilight books and movie series. (forkswa.com/forevertwilightinforks/)

Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival

October

Crabfest celebrates the Olympic Peninsula’s diverse bounty - - the seafood, agriculture and maritime traditions, and the breathtaking coastal environment. The Festival is right on the waterfront in Port Angeles, Washington, next to Olympic National Park and just a ferry ride away from Victoria, British Columbia. The Dungeness Crab, named after the nearby village of Dungeness, takes the spotlight among the 14 restaurants, a live oyster bar, cooking demonstrations, chowder cook-off, Grab-A-Crab Derby, local wine tasting, crafts, music, and many more events. Admission is Free. (www.crabfestival.org)

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