Press and Media Inquiries for Port Angeles, Washington

Press & Media Information for Port Angeles, Washington

There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to Port Angeles. Probably one of our bigger claims to fame is that the City of Port Angeles is the main entrance to the Olympic National Park as well as being the largest city on the Olympic Peninsula. As the outdoor capital of the Pacific Northwest with a hoppin’ downtown filled to the brim with exquisite restaurants, cool coffee shops, and chic shops, it’s no wonder that Outside Magazine named us the #2 BEST TOWN.

If you’re looking to run a story or need story ideas, we’re here to help. We’re always interested in hosting writers and members of the press and media for FAM trips. Visit Port Angeles is the official destination website for the City of Port Angeles. We’ve included some links below to the latest press articles and our press sheet.

For press and media inquiries, you may contact us by submitting the form below. Or contact Lynnette Braillard of Vertigo Marketing, who handles all of the PR for Visit Port Angeles directly, at  (541) 350-0594.

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Port Angeles Washington – Official Destination Video

Port Angeles Press Releases

Bucket List Runs on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

Lace Up Your Tennys and Get Ready to Be Wowed

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Visit Port Angeles Unveils New Official Destination Video

Highlighting a Handful of 331 Things to Do in Port Angeles, Washington

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Cold Beer and Crustaceans on Tap for Fall in Port Angeles

Washington State’s Largest Crab & Seafood Festival and an Art-Meets-Beer Celebration Makes for a Delicious Visit to the Olympic Peninsula & Olympic National Park

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Roll Through Port Angeles, Washington for National Bike Month

This Pacific Northwest city is on the brink of being the next Bike Town USA

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Notable Mentions About Port Angeles in the Press & Media

Fact Sheet for Port Angeles, Washington

Top Small Town Next to a National Park

Port Angeles, Washington makes Smithsonian.com's travel list for one of the top small towns near a national park! Read the full article here. All 20 of these small American towns have a population under 20,000 and [...]