Explore the Peninsula
The Olympic Peninsula represents the westernmost point of the contiguous United States. The Bishop Victorian's location offers views of the Puget Sound as well as access to Olympic National Park.
The Olympic Peninsula offers some of the best places to whale watch in North America. Sitting adjacent to the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the peninsula's ferries allow you to see The Whale Trail firsthand. Specifically, Rialto Beach, Destruction Island Viewpoint, Kalaloch and Shi Shi Beach in Neah Bay offer outstanding views near the Olympic National Park. Private whale-watching tours are also available.
Other Olympic Peninsula Activities
- Boat Racing