Hood Canal Washington

Hood Canal Washington. Explore this 70-mile long fjord and get tips on food, lodging, and recreation in and around the shores and villages of the Hood Canal.

The 70-mile-long Hood Canal is technically a fjord, one of only two in the lower 48 states. 

The roads along either side of the sparkling Canal weave together forest, quaint towns, ideal fishing spots and state parks. Names like Potlatch, Lilliwaup and Hamma Hamma add to the aura of Native mysteries with waterfront, vine-draped, and fairy tale dreams.

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Hood Canal as seen from the top of Mount Walker.View from the South Viewpoint atop Mt. Walker. The clouds hovered just overhead.

Cities Near Hood Canal Washington

Port Townsend: 38 miles (approx. 49 minutes) to Brinnon
Or: 26 miles (approx. 38 minutes) to the Hood Canal Bridge

Sequim: 43 miles (approx. 49 minutes) to Brinnon
Or: 36 miles (approx. 40 minutes) to the Hood Canal Bridge

Port Angeles: 59 miles (approx. 1.1 hours) to Brinnon
Or: 52 miles (approx. 1 hour) to the Hood Canal Bridge






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