Blyn, Washington

Blyn, Washington

Blyn, Sequim, Port Angeles, & Port Townsend

Blyn, Washington is a tiny town (so small, you might miss it on a Satellite Map) located in easternmost Clallam County. The average density of this small town is only 34 people/square mile, the median age is 42 years old, and the average family size is three. Perhaps most shocking, though, is the population size - only 101. With only 101 residents and an average household size of two, it seems as though this little doesn't have much to offer. However, its location is one of the most beautiful places in the United States - the Olympic Peninsula. Blyn and its neighboring communities of Sequim, Port Angeles, and Port Townsend area home to the Olympic National Forest, the Olympic Mountains, and oceanside views of the Pacific. Blyn is significant for its Washington location and the outdoor adventure life that surrounds it!


The Sequim Bay State Park

Sequim Bay State Park is the perfect place for adventurers and explorers. It holds part of the Olympic Discovery trail, and is a year-round marine camping park. Boaters, campers, bikers, and hikers will all find things to do here with plenty of huge docks, hiking trails, and camping grounds. This state park is also home to Ramblewood, a rustic retreat center with a commercial kitchen and beds for 60 people. There are tennis courts and ball fields, and shopping close by in Sequim and Port Angeles. 


The Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) is a recreational trail that extends from Port Townsend to the Pacific Ocean! As a multi-use trail, it provides the opportunity for hikers, bikers, and anyone else to experience the beautiful Olympic Peninsula and the micro-climate specific to this area. 

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