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Kitsap Peninsula Kitsap Peninsula Kitsap Peninsula
Puget SoundThe Kitsap Peninsula is for those who are drawn to the sea. Located in the heart of Puget Sound, the Peninsula is surrounded by over 300 miles of shoreline and is situated between the dramatic mountain Olympic and Cascade mountains ranges of Washington.
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Olympic Peninsula Olympic Peninsula Olympic Peninsula
If over 60 miles of pristine wilderness coastline sounds appealing to you, the Olympic Peninsula is the place to be. Several untouched beaches provide scenery which makes a perfect setting for a romantic stroll or a reflective solitary walk along the shore.
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Olympic Peninsula, Washington - Transportation

Maps, Directions, Airports, Rental Cars, Shuttles,...

Transportation information for Olympic Peninsula is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.

Ferry System

The Washington State Ferry system is the largest passenger and auto ferry network in the United States, and services over 25 million customers each year. Plan to arrive at the ferry terminal at least 30 minutes prior to departure to ensure a place on the first come, first served ferries.

Black Ball Ferry Line runs the M.V. Coho Ferry between Port Angeles, USA, and Victoria, Canada. This 90-minute crossing can turn a visit to the Olympic Peninsula into a two-nation vacation. A passport or enhanced driver’s license is required to enter Canada.

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Airports

William R. Fairchild International is the largest airport on the Olympic Peninsula. When necessary, Fairchild’s runway can handle aircraft as large as a Boeing 737. Currently, Kenmore Air flies seven daily round trip flights in and out of Fairchild between Port Angeles and Seattle’s Boeing Field. Fairchild also caters to private aircraft and charters, with a number of hangars and tie downs.

Olympia Regional Airport
  • 4 miles S from Olympia
  • OLM
  • Public
  • 360-528-8074
William R. Fairchild International Airport
  • 1 miles from Port Angeles
  • Public
  • 360-417-3433

Ground Transportation

Black Ball Ferry Line
  • Port Angeles
  • Transportation Services
  • 360-457-4491

The M.V. Coho provides a classic ship experience linking Victoria, B.C. on Vancouver Island with Port Angeles, WA on the scenic Olympic Peninsula. Our passenger and vehicle ferry provides year rou...

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Puget Sound Express
  • Port Townsend
  • Transportation Services
  • 360-385-5288

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Olympic Air, Inc.
  • Shelton
  • Transportation Services
  • 360-426-1477

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All Points Charters & Tours
  • Port Angeles
  • Transportation Services
  • 360-565-1139

The North Olympic Peninsula and all its fauna and greenery are accessible through these adventurous sightseeing tours.

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Rite Bros. Aviation
  • Port Angeles
  • Transportation Services
  • 360-452-6226

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Rocket Transportation
  • Sequim
  • Transportation Services
  • 360-683-8087

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Dungeness Line
  • Port Angeles
  • Transportation Services
  • 800-457-4492

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Washington State Ferries
  • Seattle
  • Transportation Services
  • 206-464-6400

Whether you are looking for a short relaxing half day getaway, a weekend escape or a great vacation, Washington State Ferries is the ideal way to go. We serve some of Washington's most picturesque ...

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Map + Directions

Basic Directions

There are many ways to access the Olympic Peninsula. From Seattle, you can take a ferry across Puget Sound, drive over the Kitsap Peninsula to reach Highway 101—the main road that loops around the peninsula. Distances in miles vary depending on your destination. From Seattle to Port Angeles, for example, it’s about 83 miles taking the route mentioned above. From Olympia, Port Angeles is about 120 miles. Miles, however, aren’t necessarily the best way to plan your trip. Time between points is a better indicator for planning. For example, the 83 miles from Seattle to Port Angeles may take two and a half to three hours depending on ferry time and traffic. There are no freeways on the Peninsula!

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Kitsap Peninsula Kitsap Peninsula Kitsap Peninsula
Puget SoundThe Kitsap Peninsula is for those who are drawn to the sea. Located in the heart of Puget Sound, the Peninsula is surrounded by over 300 miles of shoreline and is situated between the dramatic mountain Olympic and Cascade mountains ranges of Washington.
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Olympic Peninsula Olympic Peninsula Olympic Peninsula
If over 60 miles of pristine wilderness coastline sounds appealing to you, the Olympic Peninsula is the place to be. Several untouched beaches provide scenery which makes a perfect setting for a romantic stroll or a reflective solitary walk along the shore.
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