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.
Well-stocked fully restored 1930’s beach cottage, right at the water’s edge. With 315' of oyster rich no bank waterfront on a sheltered cove, everyone will have fun! Sleeps six, studio style, patio and outdoor grill.
$$ - $$$ | Dining Nearby; kitchen equipped
Diver Friendly! Spacious, cozy great room with two private bedrooms. Only two miles from Hoodsport, five miles from Sund Rock & Octopus Hole. Rinse tank and lines for scuba gear. Affordable "base camp" for exploring Olympic National Park & Forest, 15 minutes away. Cushy couches, Wifi, TV with Netflix. No stove but microwave, hot pot, toaster oven and crock pot for cooking. Two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and washer/dryer.
Rates: $ | Dining: nearby
This two bedroom cabin sleeps up to seven and includes waterfront access as well as own hot tub and sauna. Launch your kayaks from the beach or borrow the onsite rowboat for a paddle. The 9 1/2 foot row boat includes oars and life jackets (4). Also available are mooring buoy, outdoor fire pit, rope swing, and a beautiful stream.
$$ - $$$ | Dining nearby, well stocked kitchen
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
35846 N US Hwy 101 | (360) 877-5811
Looking for the Northwest seafood experience? You can't beat the crab cakes, fresh oysters and clams, and amazing view at the Hama Hama Farm's rustic "saloon." Their limited, oyster-focused menu changes with the seasons – so check the menu for details. Open every day during the Summer with live music both days. Picnic food (and oysters and crab cakes to go), snacks and beverages also available in their Farm store (open daily).
Located in Lilliwaup
24311 N US Hwy 101 | (360) 877-6122
Open daily at 11am serving burgers (including fish & oyster), prawns, fish & chips, teriyaki, milkshakes & 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 sandwiches, and Olympic Mountain Ice Cream. Free Wi-Fi.
Hiking in the area? Stop by here on the way in for excellent coffee – stop by on the way out for a reward of amazing locally made ice cream! Open daily until 8PM
2440 N Lake Cushman Rd Highway 119 | (360) 877-9000
Open Thursday, Friday and Sat from 8AM-8PM; Monday and Wednesday 8AM-4PM. Closed Tuesdays.
A café that specializes in fantastic food and exceptional service, set in one of the most beautiful locations in the Pacific Northwest. Catering services now available.
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.