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Dungeness River Audubon Center, Sequim
(4.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is located near the Dungeness River Bridge and is a delightful educational center. There is a $2 admission fee which supports the organization. Outdoors are some interesting interactive activitie...  more »
  • Almost every shop in Sequim closes at 5 p.m. So, what to do on a long summer evening? Hear for the Dungeness River. If you get there before 5, you can spend a little time in the Audubon Center, talkin...  more »
  • So glad that we found this. We went early one morning and took a hike and walked over the bridge. There river was running under it and it has a few rapids running. The birds were singing and it was a ...  more »
  • Charlie, the park "keeper?" approached my van which was running a Honda EU2000i generator (quietest one on the market) and knocked on my door complaining about it running. I told him other people make a lot of noise in the park and he said that's what parks are for. Then he lit up a cigarette in the park and I complained about he and others polluting the first layer of environmental necessity: Clean air. He said that's allowed because it's privately owned. I told him he's doing a disservice to the property. Then he used curse words complaining about his job (dealing with MFers) and said I can use my own judgement to do what ever I wanted to do. Then he walked around my vehicle looking hostile and angry.
  • Taxidermy is impressive. Birds and mammals. Definitely worth a look before a stroll by foot or take a bike! A round trip to Port Angeles is 35 miles.
  • It is beautiful....I grew up here and you think you would get used to it but every time I go it seems more beautilful.