Clallam County lies across the northern portion of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, the northwest corner of the state of Washington. Its western and northern boundaries are the Pacific Ocean and Strait of Juan de Fuca shorelines. The southern boundary cuts through Olympic National Park, the nearly million-acre wilderness interior of the Peninsula. The high mountains, rugged coastlines, deep forest, miles of unspoiled rivers, clean air and water, and mild marine climate offer a most unusual combination of environmental amenities. The County’s cultural, educational, and social amenities, along with the wide range of living styles from small town to rural to backwoods, make Clallam County a uniquely desirable place to live and work. Many popular annual events are hosted in the area,
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