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Dungeness Spit

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Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge / Strait of Juan de Fuca (at Off US 101, about 10 miles north of Olympic National Park)
Sequim, WA 98382
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Foodies and nature lovers will find it's worth a Sunday drive to Dungeness Spit for an easy beach walk and a tasty dinner celebrating the world's most famous crab, named for this ...

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Easy, Accessible Beauty -- and GREAT crab! 6/6/2010

Foodies and nature lovers will find it's worth a Sunday drive to Dungeness Spit for an easy beach walk and a tasty dinner celebrating the world's most famous crab, named for this beautiful, romantic stretch of beach where they are harvested. My favorite time of year to go is in September during the Crab Festival, when you can catch, eat, and celebrate crab, nature and life in this ""slice of Americana"" town where life is leisurely and never tires of this great debate : bisque vs. chowder! Pros: easy hike, beautiful, serene beach -- eat great crab after! more
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  • In Short
    A 5.5-mile curved sand-finger formed by the Dungeness River, it's hidden from view by the massive, sandy cliffs separating Clallam County's rural farmlands from the Strait of...

  • 7/24/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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