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The Weather in Sequim
This is the climate diagram in Sequim. On average, the warmest month is August. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 33° in January. The rainiest month is March while the driest month is July.
Relax amid lavender and natural beauty at a Sequim vacation home
Vacation rentals in Sequim, Washington, are the perfect base from which to explore the peaceful setting of this lavender-covered land.
Discover Washington's wildlife and favorite flowers with your family
Your family will love exploring Dungeness Wildlife Refuge. Home to over 250 species of local wildlife, including many varieties of birds, the refuge will surely be a highlight of your trip.
Sequim is known for its abundant lavender, and you can learn how this beautiful flower is grown at some of the local farms. At Purple Haze Lavender Farm, your family can wander through the lavender fields, pick your own lavender, and take a tour of the facility. Make sure to try their lavender ice cream!
Exploring Washington by foot or by bike
Go for a leisurely walk on the Dungeness Spit Trail, which spans the longest natural sand spit in the country. This ten-mile trail leads to the New Dungeness Light, which sits right on the beach. Make sure to visit at low tide, so you have more land to walk on.
Sequim is located near the middle of the Olympic Discovery Trail. Walk or bike along this trail to see scenic areas such as the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Celebrating Sequim's abundance with flowers and fun
To fully experience the lavender capital of the United States, make sure to visit during Sequim Lavender Weekend. Held every year in late July, this festival features unique lavender plants, beautiful bouquets, and handmade products such as lotions and soap. Shop while enjoying live local music.
Alternatively, check out the Sequim Irrigation Festival, which celebrates the development of irrigation in the area – once dry prairie land. This unique festival, with parades, street fairs, and special events, has taken place since 1896, making it the oldest festival in Washington State.
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