K/M Diamond Point Resort
The Klallam Indian word, Sequim, means “calm waters,” and that is exactly what awaits you on your vacation stay at Diamond Point Resort. Enjoy some relaxation in the beautiful Northwest with its Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, Canadian San Juan Islands, and an array of outdoor activities nearby. Besides fishing, golfing, mountain hiking, and visiting the beach while you are in Sequim, you will want to visit the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Within the refuge is Dungeness Spit, one of the longest natural sand spits in the nation. Free guided tours of the 63-foot-high New Dungeness Lighthouse, at the end of the spit, are available. Five miles northwest of town is the Olympic Game Farm, home to animals used in television and movie filming. As you drive along two loop roads in the 90-acre preserve you can see bears, bison, deer, elk, sheep, yaks, and zebras roaming about in the large fields.
Amenities The resort has a clubhouse, spa, shuffleboard, playground, picnic area, horseshoes, basketball, volleyball, badminton, miniature golf, salt water fishing (license required), and local tours. Dump station.
More Info Those enjoying gaming will want to try their luck at the tables or bingo parlor at the casino five miles east on US 101. From the resort you will have a spectacular view of the San Juan Islands, but it is best to see them up close to appreciate their serenity and incredible scenery. From mid-May to mid-October you can take a ferry ride from Port Townsend to the islands. The waters surrounding the 172 islands are an excellent place to see more than 90 orcas (killer whales), countless seals, dolphins, and porpoises in their natural habitat. To the southwest of Sequim is Olympic National Park, one of the state’s most popular tourist attractions. The nearly one million-acre scenic wilderness contains lush rain forests, glaciers, lakes, and streams. To the west you’ll find fifty-seven miles of unspoiled shoreline along the Pacific Ocean. Just a few miles from the sea, rugged glaciered mountains rise above narrow forested valleys. Some of the more than 600 miles of trails that intersect the park take you by forest floors covered with ferns and crystal clear streams adjacent to giant coniferous trees, some of which are believed to be at least 500 years old.
- Open year-round
- High-Use Seasonal Period: June 1 through September 30
- Sites: 60 Full
- Check in: 1 AM to 6 PM Check out: 11 AM
- Maximum Electrical: 30 amps
- Maximum RV Length: 35 ft.
- RV sites only.