It's winter time in Sequim. And yes, we received our share of snow, 1ft. at times and were busy shoveling our garage drive ways free of the white till the warm Chinook winds took care of it and melted the snow away. For all these people who only visit Sequim in summer but still consider moving to Sequim for good sooner or later, it might be quite interesting to have a look NOW at Sequim and our webcams in Sequim. Sequim webcams show you what Sequim is like during the winter months.
Let's start with our annual Sequim Lavender Festival which is undoubtedly the biggest attraction for Sequim visitors in July. With a short 1 mile drive, Purple Haze Lavender Farm is just around the corner from downtown Sequim. Visit 10 acres of organic lavender fields! The Farm Store is now closed for the season, but the Sequim downtown Purple Haze Lavender Store is open.
In 2007 the Sequim Dungeness Lighthouse celebrated its 150th anniversary. It was a big Sequim town celebration with lots of food and entertainment and facts to hear about the history of the Dungeness Lighthouse. The Dungeness Lighthouse is at the end of the Dungeness Spit, the longest natural spit in the United States. When planning a beach walk (more a hike) to the lighthouse, be aware that it's 5.5 miles one way. So plan a day trip with food, water and lots of sunscreen & a hat.
More Webcams in Sequim and area around Sequim
Sequim Valley Airport Webcam
John Wayne Marina Sequim Web Cam
The Cutting Garden Sequim Web Cam
Do you know of any other Sequim web cams? Please, let us and our Sequim visitors know.