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Furry canine friends can enjoy exercise, social time and tail waggin' fun at the Sequim Off Leash Dog Park. The one-acre park features separate fenced grassy areas for small and large dogs, and restrooms and benches for their people.
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The Port Williams Lavender Farm is a local family-owned farm that specializes in the production of lavender. Visitors to the farm commonly purchase items from the farm's gift shop and enjoy the picturesque scenery that the farm has to offer.
A 39-acre facility, Bakerview Park is a sports complex with fields and courts for little league baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball. The park also provides children's playgrounds, picnic areas with grills, a recreation center and a skate park.
Situated on the shores of American Lake, Harry Todd Park provides visitors with scenic views of the lake, as well as picnic and swimming areas. From the shore, visitors can watch the Commencement Bay Rowing Club practice.
Dungeness Recreation Area is 216 acres and offers a mile-long bluff trail with picnic sites, a pocket picnic area, a group picnic area with shelter and equestrian trails. The campground is open year round with 66 premium campsites.
Running alongside the northern part of the Olympic Peninsula, the Olympic Discovery Trail spans 120 miles and connects to various ports and beaches. The trail features hiking and sightseeing with views of the Dungeness sand spit and miles of forest.