Ediz Hook in Washington

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Ediz Hook

Ediz Hook in Port Angeles Harbor is a three mile long natural spit that features incredible views of the Olympic Mountains, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and the boats and creatures of Port Angeles Bay. Visitors can view incredible 360 degree views from the path along the spit, from a kayak in Port Angeles Bay, or from one of the many picnic tables in the park. Read More

  • Ediz Hook is a three mile natural spit, located in Port Angeles Harbor. 
  • From the spit, visitors can enjoy views of the Harbor, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and the Olympic Mountains. 
  • Visitors can enjoy the view by kayak, on the shore, or from one of the many picnic tables.

What can I see at Ediz Hook? 

The Olympic Mountains: On a sunny day, the snowcapped Olympic Mountains can be seen from the Ediz Hook. In the evening, watching the colors of the sunset reflect onto the Olympic Mountains can be a real treat. 

Port Angeles Harbor: The Ediz Hook is an enjoyable spot to watch boats come in and out of the harbor. Visitors will see historic wooden boats from the Puget Sound, as well as the large fishing vessels from across the Pacific. Harbor Seals can often be found sunning themselves on the Ediz Hook or playing in the water. 

Juan de Fuca: The beautiful deep blue water of the Strait of Juan de Fuca are hypnotic and peaceful from the Ediz Hook. Visitors can enjoy charming views of Vancouver Island located just across the Strait and might even be lucky enough to see passing a Orca whale pod. In the morning, the Strait can be a bit foggy, but the low hanging mist gives the view a mystical feeling.

Where is Ediz Hook?

Ediz Hook is located in in Port Angeles Harbor and is located on Marine Drive Road, also known as East Front Street.

When is Ediz Hook open?

Ediz Hook is typically open year round from sunrise to sunset.

How much does Ediz Hook cost?

Entering and parking in Ediz Hook is free.

Who can I call if I have more questions?

Port Angeles Parks and Recreation: 360-457-0411

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