Adventures Through Kayaking2358 Highway 101 WPort Angeles, WA 98363
We are located along the northern shores of Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, three miles west of Port Angeles, in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains on Highway 101. There are many routes to our area, by land, air and ferry.
If you are travelling from Seattle, or across the Sound, hop a Washington State Ferry from either downtown Seattle or Edmonds (approximately 10 miles north of Seattle) and follow the signs to the Hood Canal Bridge.
Our new location is three miles west of Port Angeles on Highway 101W. Located on the south side of the highway (left side if coming from Port Angeles) look for Kayak signs and flags. As an additional reference, we are next door to Harbinger Winery.
A ferry is also available from Whidbey Island, accessible from the north by road through Anacortes, which drops passengers and autos in Port Townsend, about 50 miles to our east along the strait - view Discovery Bay on your way here. A ferry also is available from the Seattle area to Whidbey, and also to Bainbridge Island north of Bremerton, less than two hours drive from your adventure with us.
Port Angeles is the ferry landing to Victoria, B.C., for travelers and drivers from Canada and the north. The Landing in Port Angeles is about 4 miles from us. Privately owned, hop on the MV Coho operated by Black Ball Transport to navigate across the Strait to and from Canada.
From the south coast, Oregon, and southern Washington, the land driving options are around Mt. Olympus; up the east side of the Peninsula and over Hood Bridge. And along the Pacific Coast, from Forks, Neah Bay and the west, our headquarters are three miles west of Port Angeles on 101.
Additionally, airline and air charter services have regular service at our Fairchild Field, which is less than two miles from our doors. Quality taxi companies serve our towns, and car rental is at The Landing, airport and in town. We also can arrange livery for yourself and kayak.