15 Unforgettable Things You Must Add To Your Washington Summer Bucket List, according to OnlyInYourState.com. Not one, but THREE Port Angeles area spots are mentioned so get them checked off your Olympic Peninsula bucket list. Read the full article here.

#3 Go swimming in the Devil’s Punchbowl at Lake Crescent
“Why go to a public pool this summer when you can dive into an all-natural swimming hole? The bridge over this deep, turquoise cove is located only about a mile in on the Spruce Railroad Trail by Lake Crescent.”

#6 Explore Ruby Beach in the Olympic National Park‬
“Ruby Beach is a photographer’s dream. It’s located off Highway 101, and features several tide pools, rock piles, driftwood and massive sea stacks – some of which are accessible at low tide.

#10 Attend the Sequim Lavender Festival
“This free, annual event in Sequim celebrates everything lavender. Handmade products and more are available at all of the craft booths, as well as flavored food and drinks like ice cream, margaritas, martinis and wine.”