Welcome to the Olympic Peninsula and Sunny Sequim, Washington

The mountains of Olympic National Park dominate the skyline of Discovery Trail Farm Airpark. The rocky peaks give Sequim WA its sunny weather. The snow-covered slopes and glaciers supply the cold, clean water that we drink and water that brings salmon back to our rivers every year. The park is a diverse geography of alpine meadows, mountain lakes and old growth forests. It is a World Heritage Site of over 900,000 acres that attracts people from around the world.

View Our Stunning Area

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Olympic Discovery Trail

The Olympic Discovery Trail runs along the southern boundary of our airpark. It is only a short walk from your home to the trail.  This nationally recognized trail, designed for pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians, will run nearly 150 miles from Port Townsend to La Push when complete. About 80 miles of the trail are complete. A 1992 National Park Service study demonstrated that proximity to regional trail systems increased property values.

Olympic Discovery Trail Photo Gallery

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The Sequim Community

Once a sleepy farming community, Sequim is now at the top of the Wall Street Journal’s list of best places in the country to retire. This is a place for people with active lifestyles, in part, because of our weather- the sun shines here more than anywhere else in western Washington. Sequim gets less rainfall than Santa Barbara, California. In fact, there is a small native cactus that grows here. Lavender also grows here and, as a result, Sequim has become the Lavender Capital of America. The fertile Dungeness River Valley, in which Sequim is located, is host to many small farms and fresh produce can be purchased from the weekly farmer’s market and at farm stands throughout the valley. There is rarely a line at the Carlsborg Post Office, a mile away and Sunny Farms Country Store is less than two miles from us.

Sequim WA Photo Gallery

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Olympic Theatre Arts puts on five performances each year in their newly restored theater. The Dungeness Wildlife Refuge with six miles of public shoreline is only two miles to the north. There are three golf courses close by and the Sequim YMCA has two exercise rooms, an Olympic size pool and racquetball courts. There’s also John Wayne Marina, great Sequim shopping and dining, and Carrie Blake Park with it’s expansive trails, pickle-ball courts and other sports fields for community enjoyment.

Community Amenities & Attractions

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Flying on the Peninsula

Watch our video of Flying over Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

Additional Area Photography

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