Hamma Hamma Campground
Over 4th of July weekend we drove Burt out to Hamma Hamma on the Hood Canal. We found one of the last spots at Hamma Hamma Campground on Thursday evening and our group of Seattle friends joined us on Friday.
The campground is first-come first-served, so no pre-booking. It's really nice for a drive-in campsite, the mossy trees allow for secluded, cozy spots. There's a mile-or-so long trail that encircles the campsite and takes you along the Hamma Hamma River. The river is beautiful - you can fish on it too (we just didn't bring our poles this time around). We did have a good swim in the freezing water though, the dogs too! We also saw a lot nature (aka - frogs, see photos below).
Hama Hama Oysters & Port Townsend
We hiked Fallsview Trail with the dogs. It's short and chill trail that gave us enough time to head over to Hama Hama Oyster Co. before they closed at 5pm. The Oysters were amazing! I wish I could eat there every weekend! They have live music on the weekends as well.
On Sunday along the drive home we stopped by Port Townsend for lunch and Brews. We stopped and had some fabulous beers at Propolis Brewing and took a few on the ride home. Overall a great little weekend excursion to the Olympic Peninsula!