Hoodsport was first settled by ship captain G. K. Robbins who logged and farmed this area's wealth of natural resources. Today, his legacy lives on in Hama Hama Oyster Company, owned and operated by his descendants, and an obligatory stop on any oyster lover's journey. Nearby, among plumose anemones, wolf eels, and giant pacific octopus, SCUBA enthusiasts from all over the world discover the diving mecca near Sound Rock. Further inland, the unparalleled natural beauty of Lake Cushman is a short hop, skip and a plunge from the Skokomish River.
221 N Fairway Drive W, Hoodsport WA, 98548
This home overlooks the 9th fairway of golf course and is situated across the street from clubhouse. The second story has two bedrooms, one with a king, the other with a full size bed. There is a pull out sofa downstairs, where there is another 3/4 bathroom with a shower. Washer and dryer are on site. Large TV/DVD/Surround sound, satellite and internet are included. Wi-Fi is available.
Rates: $ | Sleeps: 6 | Dining: nearby
112 N Allie Ahl Lane, Lilliwaup, WA 98555 | (360) 877-9226
This quaint waterfront beach house rental has access to the finest Hama Hama oysters! Located on US Highway 101 just past Lilliwaup in the small town of Eldon, this property has sliding glass doors the entire length of building that reveal a spectacular view of Hood Canal. Alice's Little Beach House has one bedroom, kitchen with dining area, living room with two sofa beds, propane fireplace, and bathroom with shower. Weekend rentals can be turned into a discounted week or two week rentals.
Rates: $$ - $$$ | Dining: nearby
Hoodsport, WA | 253-279-0837
Enjoy breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Hood Canal from the main living areas, large patio, and spacious front lawn. Bald eagle, seal and otter sightings are common. The family room has a TV, 2 sofas, two recliners, a day bed, and wood burning stove. Features a spacious, fully equipped kitchen which opens up to a large, water facing patio with plenty of seating. The “Surf Shack” room is the perfect spot for younger guests to hang out, boasting a foosball table, three sets of bunk beds, TV and extra seating.
Rate: $$-$$$ | Sleeps: 14 | Dining: nearby
Just north of Hoodsport on Lake Cushman | 360-893-6144
The location is perfect for the active nature lover or the quiet relaxer alike. The house sleeps 8-12 people with three bedrooms, convertible beds and 1.5 baths. Equipped with a full kitchen, a washer and dryer, and games / barbecue for a weekend away. The beautiful Olympic forest provides numerous hiking trails of varying length and intensity for everyone from the hiking enthusiast to the family looking to spend a relaxing day together in nature.
Rates: $ | Rooms: 3 | Dining: in Hoodsport
35846 N US Hwy 101 | (360) 877-5811
Serving fresh clams, hot-smoked salmon, live and cooked Dungeness crab, and locally produced ice cream, soda, wine, chocolates, cheeses, crackers, and condiments. Open M-Su 9:30am-5:30pm. In the springtime we offer u-pick Open Farm Days.
Located in Lilliwaup
24311 N US Hwy 101 | (360) 877-6122
Open daily at 11am serving burgers (including fish & oyster), prawns, fish & chips, teriyaki, milk shakes & hand-dipped ice cream. Dine indoors or outside.
24240 N US Hwy 101 | (360) 877-6732
Open daily; serving coffee, tea, espresso drinks, light fare including breakfast sandwiches, and Olympic Mountain Ice Cream. Free Wi-Fi.
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2440 N Lake Cushman Rd Highway 119 | (360) 877-9000
Open Sun-Th from 8am-3pm and Fri-Sat from 8am-7pm serving steaks on Sat nights. Home-style cooking, hand-dipped ice cream & brews, too.
24281 N US Highway 101 | (360) 877-9883
Open daily from 11am-11pm serving up pizza, roasted chicken & burgers inside, and steak BBQ on the outback grill weather permitting. Pub atmosphere with pool table, darts, TV & more plus family friendly dining. Join belt sander races held annually on the Saturday before the Labor Day weekend.
Lake Cushman is a 4,010-acre lake and reservoir on the north fork of the Skokomish River. As a popular retreat for hiking, fishing, boating and kayaking, Lake Cushman's shoreline is dotted with resorts and rental cabins. The lake is notable for its beautiful crystal clear blue water and the huge round rocks surrounding it, as well as thick stands of hemlock, fir and cedar trees.