Under towering Olympic Mountains in quiet harbors, kayaking has become a staple for those with an urge to explore. Annually, the Grapeview area hosts the Water and Art Festival, a day-long event featuring local entertainment and artists, and a must-stop for anyone who feels best with a paddle in their hand.
18350 WA State Route 3, Allyn, WA 98524 | (360) 535-2198
Located in the heart of the waterfront town of Allyn, this quaint above-shop suite offers a full kitchen, high speed internet, cable TV and complimentary coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Feel like a paddle in the bay? Use of kayaks and stand-up paddle boards are included. Nearby grocery stores as well as dining establishments. Non-smoking facility.
Rates: $ - $$ | Suite: 1 | Dining: nearby
18340 E WA 3 | (360) 275-2954
Waterfront bar and restaurant with a deck and lawn area that overlooks the North Bay of the Case Inlet of Puget Sound. Inside and deck seating. Open Monday-Friday, 11am to close; Saturday-Sunday, 8am to closing.
18350 WA SR 3 Allyn, WA 98524 | (360) 535-2198
North Bay Kayaks and Cones offers access to the South Puget Sound region by kayak, SUP, or double kayak. Rates start at just $20/hour. Guided tours and week-long rentals are available.
5050 E Grapeview Loop Road | (360) 426-4028
This beautiful marina is nestled in Puget Sound's Case Inlet. It's beautiful, picturesque, and a great weekend water destination.