Webcams of Olympic Peninsula

View live webcams from around the Olympic Peninsula

  • Dungeness Lighthouse

    The New Dungeness Lighthouse can be found at the end of the Dungeness Spit, the longest natural spit in the United States. At 5.5 miles out on the spit, the lighthouse is a nice day hike for visitors.
  • Forks, WA

  • Hood Canal Bridge

    The bridge allows access to the Olympic Peninsula from the Kitsap Peninsula and the Seattle area.
  • Hurricane Ridge (Olympic National Park)

    The Hurricane Ridge Day Lodge (Visitor Center), where these webcams were located, burned down on May 7, 2023. The images at the link are no longer being updated. Hurricane Ridge, found a short drive from Port Angeles into the Olympic National Park, is almost 5,200 feet high. In the summer it is popular for hiking and sight-seeing. In the winter visitors can ski, snowboard, snowshoe, and sled.
  • Kalaloch Lodge

    View from the Kalaloch Lodge out over Kalaloch Creek into the Pacific Ocean.
  • La Push

    On the coast near Forks. La Push is home to the Quileute Tribe.
  • Lake Crescent

    One of the deepest lakes in Washington, Lake Crescent is a popular destination for tourists to hike, swim, fish, and boat.
  • Port Townsend Airport

    Port Townsend, Washington is located on the Olympic Peninsula. It is an important historic town with many Victorian era homes and buildings.
  • Queets

    Queets is a community in Jefferson County and is near the Pacific Ocean on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
  • Sequim, WA