Enjoying Quilcene

Drive down scenic Linger Longer Road to the Herb Beck Marina and watch the boaters and swimmers.

Check out the signage, historic features and the campsites at Quilcene Park and Campground.

Visit the Quilcene Community Center to get online free in their computer lab, or browse the special “Quillection” of books there.

Check out the concerts at the Linger Longer Stage or the Concerts in the Woods series.

Stop by Henery’s Hardware in town for a multitude of reasons.

Stay overnight at the charming Mt. Walker Inn and enjoy a full breakfast or hearty charbroiled burger at Logger’s Landing bar and grill, right next door to the Inn.

Enjoy Moonfest 2015, Sat & Sun August 22 & 23 , 2015. Come to 322 Munn Road, Lake Leland, WA for a celebration of the beautiful pacific northwest, like-minded people, delicious foods, arts and MUSIC!

Relax at Indian George Beach and enjoy the view across Quilcene Bay.

Plan to enjoy a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner at Twana Roadhouse. Try their pizza and milkshakes! Try the Microbrew beer!

Order a giant hand-scooped ice cream cone at Peninsula Foods.

Enjoy a wide variety of delicious gourmet coffee drinks at the drive-up Espresso stand on Church Street at Quilcene Gardens.

Indian George Beach and Creek Restoration Site

Indian George Beach and Creek Restoration Site

Explore the multitude of interesting exhibits in the Quilcene Historical Museum.

For novel handmade and gourmet gifts, visit The Plaid Pepper by the school in town, and then visit the Picket Fence on Dutch Lane at Hwy. 101 just south of town (on the way to the Fish Hatchery.)

Drive to the Fish Hatchery south of town on Hwy. 101. It’s always interesting but especially so in the fall when the salmon are coming back to go up the Big Quil and Little Quil Rivers.

Tour the nearby oyster facility to see their interesting process of helping oysters reproduce.

Quilcene Conversations at the 2011 Parade!

Quilcene Conversations at the 2011 Parade!

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