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The Weather in Port Townsend
Check out the climate diagram for Port Townsend. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. However, temperatures can go lower than 37° in Port Townsend in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Find paradise on the water with a Port Townsend vacation home
Port Townsend’s unique museums, stunning seascapes, and budding craft brew scene can all be within easy reach with a vacation rental as home base. Whether you choose a cozy seaside cabin or modern accommodation in the heart of the city, you’ll be perfectly situated to explore all of the area's best attractions.
Open daily for tours and tastings, Port Townsend Brewing beckons beer enthusiasts with a variety of craft brews. Outdoor seating, roasted peanuts, and the area's best IPA make this brewery a favorite afternoon hangout for locals. Take a growler of your favorite suds to go as a tasty souvenir.
For a completely different experience, stop by at the Propolis Brewing’s taproom. Its large selection of farmhouse and barrel-aged ales is unique to the area. Try a flight and choose your favorite Saison-style beer, packed with local flavor.
For an up-close encounter with local wildlife, head to Port Townsend Marine Science Center. Displays focus on interactive touch tanks, an orca whale center, local conservation efforts, and biological findings from Puget Sound. Admission is only $5, including parking and a volunteer-led tour.
Northwest Maritime Center offers visitors a chance to observe wooden sailing boats being built and preserved. A collection of exhibits focus on the area's seafaring history, maritime memorabilia, and the craft of hand-built boats.
Within striking distance from downtown, Chetzemoka Park is a perfectly manicured urban green space with an unspoiled view of Puget Sound. Perfect for a half-day visit, the park offers ten acres of gardens, lawns, nature trails, and well-maintained facilities.
Nearby, Fort Worden State Park makes a great day trip for those hoping to explore Washington's beautiful coast. Miles of hiking trails traverse forests, prairies, and beaches, making this an excellent place to see a variety of ecosystems. Make like local families do and pack a picnic lunch.
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