202 N. Sequim Avenue
Sequim, WA 98382
PO Box 482
Carlsborg, WA 98324
For center information or if you have questions, please email: NMcenter@nutritiousmovement.com
We do not keep regular phone hours, but you can leave a message at 360-406-0062.
Yes, we do rent/donate our space as a community/meet up. If you’re interested in hosting an event in our center please email: NMcenter@nutritiousmovement.com.
Travel Well to Sequim
The Olympic Peninsula is a magical place! If you’re traveling in to the Sequim area for a class or workshop, we want you to travel well!
Activities and Nature
The Lower Gray Wolf trail is our favorite hike– families can take it down to the river and back for a total of 3 wilderness miles, or take it farther if you'd like. Total mileage is 8.5 miles round trip.
The Lake Angeles trail is a 6.4-mile out-and-back trail located near Port Angeles, Washington. It's steep, but the payoff is a pristine sub-alpine lake. It's also FREE (outside the national park boundary).
Hurricane Ridge (inside the national park boundary) has a number of hiking trails, from ridge-top traverses to steep trails that descend to sub-alpine lakes and valleys. It's a must-see for anyone traveling here, but you do have to pay to get into the park.
Walk "the spit" (see more below) for a 10 mile round-trip hike to the lighthouse and back.
The Peabody Trail at the Olympic National Park visitor's center in Port Angeles is a 5.6-mile out-and-back trail through a quiet wooded ravine.
A 130-mile walking and biking trail called the Olympic Discovery Trail runs through town, connecting some of the rental houses with the center. The 130-mile trail is composed of road and multi-use path and is wheelchair-access able most of the in-town miles. Today, more than half of the ODT route is on non-motorized paths with more added every year. Our center is right on the trail!
The Dungeness Wilderness Area is the entry point to the Dungeness Spit, which is a gorgeous 5½-mile sandspit that extends into Dungeness Bay and leads to a lighthouse. You can tour the lighthouse that sits at the far end, which is operated entirely by volunteers. Be sure to check tide tables and only walk during low tide.
The Dungeness River Center park has an Audubon center with beautiful displays as well as an old railroad bridge spanning the Dungeness River. At the right time of year you can watch the salmon spawning!
Sequim Bay State Park is on the Olympic Discovery Trail and has camping, access points to Sequim Bay, and great trails for romping.
Robin Hill Park is just outside of Sequim and has 195 acres of forest, meadow and wetlands with 3.5 miles of foot trails and 2.5 miles of equestrian trails.
The Sequim YMCA has a big shallow pool for younger kids, plus a sauna, steam room and hot tub for the adults.
Nature School for families, kids and grown-ups
In the spring, summer and fall there is a nature school drop-in class. Olympic Nature Experience's Adventure Club takes place Thursday mornings from 10am to noon. Also check for summertime and holiday nature school camps.
Check out CedarRoot Folk School in nearby Port Townsend for adult and children's classes year round.
Other outdoor favorites:
Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm is a beautiful lavender farm with picnic spots, flower fields to wander, and a gift shop.
Dungeness Creamery is a raw milk dairy with calves to pet and milk and ice cream for sale.
Sequim Farmer's Market runs May through October, Saturdays 9am–3pm across from the Nutritious Movement Center Northwest.
Where to Eat
Restaurants in Sequim that have organic, local, seasonal foods are:
- Nourish (entirely gluten-free): 101 Provence View Lane, Sequim WA 98382
- Alderwood Bistro, 139 W Alder St, Sequim, WA 98382
- Sunny Farms, a natural foods store at 261461 Hwy 101 W, Sequim, WA 98382, 360-683-8003
- Safeway, 680F W. Washington, Sequim, WA 98382
Where to Stay
Find all kinds of accommodations, including hotels, B&Bs, and camping, here: https://www.visitsunnysequim.com/31/Where-to-Stay
You can also check VRBO.com or airbnb.com for listings in Sequim. Some of our favorite places:
Sequim Bay State Park
269035 Highway 101
Sequim, WA 98382 Ph: 360-683-4235
Dungeness Recreation Area
554 Voice of America West
Sequim, WA 98382
Getting to Sequim
Flying into SeaTac airport (SEA)
Travel from the Seattle airport into Sequim requires a minimum of two hours of travel. The area has a lot of water and islands, and some routes involve drawbridges and ferries. You can drive, or take a bus or shuttle.
Driving, you can take these routes:
- I-5 South to WA 104 West (travel entirely on roads and bridges)
- I-5 North to the Bainbridge Island Ferry, then on WA 3 North to WA 104 West
- I-5 North to the Kingston Ferry, and WA 104 W and 101 North
- I-5 South to 101 North (avoids all bridges and ferries; about a 3-hour drive)
The door-to-door shuttle service is Rocket Shuttle. It’s $66 one way, $110 round trip. Reservations required. http://gorocketman.com/shuttle-rates.php
The bus service is the Dungeness line of the Olympic Bus Lines. It takes about 3 1/2 hours. It’s $49 one way, $80 round trip. Reservations advised. http://olympicbuslines.com/schedule/
Flying into Victoria International airport (YYJ), Canada
From the Victoria airport to The Coho Ferry terminal in downtown Victoria (about 25 km), you have three transport options.
- Taxi (approx. $50)
- Airport shuttle ($25)
- Public transport ($2.50, and quite slow)
The ferry schedule changes by season, so check it first as departures are limited. If you're travelling by car, you are wise to book a reservation. You need to arrive early to clear customs. You cannot bring fresh produce across the border. The ferry ship is old and the food selections are very limited. You arrive in Port Angeles.
Port Angeles is about a 20-minute drive from Sequim, or take a bus with Clallam Transit, route 30 (located next to the ferry station).