Summer in Brinnon


Chinook Salmon


Roosevelt Elk

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See BrinnonInfo recreation for kayaking or scuba diving on this stretch of Hood Canal. See fishing page for crab, clam, salmon, trout and, of course, oysters (open all-year in some places). Shrimping is closed for the season.

Brinnon offers abundant recreation opportunities on the water or in the mountains, and a wide variety of wonderful places to stay while you are here. Brinnon is within easy access of the Buckhorn Wilderness, Brothers Wilderness, Olympic National Park

See local business for services in and around Brinnon. Here you can find, food, groceries, lodging and cultural activities.

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See Camping Info for in-depth info on the many campsites near Brinnon. See Hiking Info for hikes near Brinnon arranged by short, medium and long hikes. What is the latest on Brinnon's legendary shrimp, and where can you fish year round? See Fishing. See Contact Info for local and county services.

What can you find here? Bald eagles, kingfisher, great blue heron, loons, pileated woodpecker, Roosevelt Elk, seals, sea lions, old growth forests, healthy salmon habitat, and an occasional Orca. See Habitat/Wildlife for background and photos. is dedicated to promoting the many recreational opportunities in the Brinnon area, including Dabob Bay, Pulali Point, Point Whitney, the Duckabush and Dosewallips watersheds. We support local economic development that protects our precious natural resources.