• Amma’s Umma

    Amma’s Umma is a “Boutique for World Changers”. The brick and mortar store in downtown Port Angeles, Washington (you can also shop online) features intentionally sourced gifts, clothing (for women, men and kids), jewelry, home decor, accessories, cards and more at her adorable Learn More

  • Family Shoe Store

    Housed in one of the oldest buildings in Port Angeles (dating back to 1913), this shoe store has been locally owned by one family for over four generations and they pride themselves on having exceptional service. Special orders are welcome. Learn More

  • Olympic Raft & Kayak

    Olympic Raft & Kayak offers exhilarating white water and river rafting trips on the Elwha, Hoh and Sol Duc Rivers, or you can venture out to sea with one of their sea kayaking tours around various points on the peninsula. Learn More

  • The Trading Post Antiques

    The Trading Post Antique store in downtown Port Angeles has a mix of just about everything you would normally find in an antique shop organized into neat little sections – pottery, jewelry, furnishings, clothing, china. But what really makes this place standout is the vast vinyl Learn More

  • Waters West

    Waters West is a full service fly shop and outfitter in downtown Port Angeles. It’s your one-stop-shop for gear, clothing, equipment, fly tying classes, and guided fishing excursions on both fresh and saltwater. They’re the closest fly shop to the legendary waters of the Olympic Learn More

  • Olympic National Park

    One of only three National Parks located in Washington state, the Olympic National Park is by far the largest (nearly 1 million acres) and is home to numerous species of animals, marine mammals, birds, and plants. The park’s rugged mountains transition to lush old-growth rain forest and Learn More

  • Todd Fischer Surf Art Gallery

    Todd Fischer’s iconic and colorful surf art has been seen on everything from tee-shirts to Surfrider Foundation events and fundraiser posters to Libtech snowboards and even wine bottles. You can now see — and purchase — his Northwest-inspired art at his waterfront gallery inside the Learn More

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