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Port Gamble

Founded in the 1850’s the original site of the Puget Mill Company is now registered as a US National Historic Landmark and is considered to be one of the nation’s best preserved western lumber towns. Quaint shops, great food, and a theater make this a fun destination. The historic downtown area does not have residential resale, only rentals, but the surrounding neighborhoods do. The S’Klallam Native American tribal homeland is an important part of the local culture and they operate the Point No Point Casino and hotel nearby.

 

Highlights

Parks:
2
Population:
2,000
Bike Friendly
Restaurants:
4

Neighborhoods

With the average home price being $325,000 there are so many great neighborhoods in to explore in Port Gamble.

  • Port Gamble
  • Little Boston
  • Gamblewood

 

Interested in finding a home in any of these locations?

Contact us today and we’d love to find you a home in your ideal area!

 

Activities

Main Attractions

Historic Port Gamble is ideal for a day trip. The Port Gamble Historic Museum, Old Fashioned General Store, Theater, and Olympic Outdoor Center have plenty to offer. One of the main draws to the area is the new Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park with over 3,493 acres of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. The nearby Point No Point Casino has live entertainment, fine dining and a brand new hotel.

 

Restaurants

Scratch Kitchen, Butcher and Baker, Port Gamble General Store, The Point No Point Casino has 4 in-house restaurants. For more information visit www.portgamble.com