Olympic Peninsula Beaches

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Local Webcams

Washington Coast & Olympic Peninsula Webcams

  • James Island – This webcam features a view extending from the sea stacks and surf near the mouth of the Quillayute River across the Pacific Ocean to the western horizon.
  • First Beach– This camera faces east/southeast and usually displays the best quality images in the afternoon on sunny days (there is occasional glare from the sun in the morning – not a common problem in winter).
  • Quillayute River– Located where the confluence of the Sol Duc and Bogachiel Rivers forms the tidal Quillayute River.
  • Sol Duc River – This webcam is located near the “middle run” of the Sol Duc River between Whitcomb-Dimmel Road and the Goose Hole.
  • ONRC Webcam– The UW Olympic Natural Resources Center is an important resource for scientific information concerning forestry and marine science issues. This webcam looks northeast through the trees to the City of Forks.
  • Lake Crescent – This glacier-carved lake between Port Angeles and Forks is 12 miles long and up to 600 feet deep.
  • Port Angeles Harbor– In this waterfront view, you can see both the Coho Ferry and Victoria Express Passenger ferry, as well as the US Coast Guard Station at Ediz Hook.
  • Hood Canal Bridge – It’s the longest floating bridge over saltwater. It is 1.5 miles long and faces regular tidal swings of more than 16.5 feet.
  • New Dungeness Lighthouse– The New Dungeness Light Station is one of the oldest lighthouses in the Northwest with several of the original buildings intact.
  • Hurricane Ridge – Placed near the Visitor Center at around 5,000 feet, this camera offers a great view of the heart of the Olympics.