Port Ludlow hosts a verity of outdoor activities. Visitors can relax in lounge chairs by the bay, take ride bikes, walk to Port Ludlow waterfall, or hike the Timberton Trail loop which is just one of many groomed trails. The loop trail to Port Ludlow falls is beautiful. It has a native plants garden and interpretative signs on the local vegetation that is found in the area. For the golf enthusiast an 18-hole course that is recognized as one of the most beautiful courses in the world awaits.
For enthusiasts of water sports Port Ludlow’s beautiful marina hosts 300 slips. At the Marina there are boats and kayaks to rent. You could take a sailing cruise, or hop aboard a harbor tour boat. If fishing is your passion charter boats for salmon and Halibut are also available in season. Near Paradise Bay, Mats Mats Bay, South Point and Shine Bay the visitor can find an array of scenic vistas. For seafood lovers, there are nearby clam and oyster beds waiting to be picked.If the water is not on your agenda three entrances to the Olympic National Park starting just 15 miles to the south round out the picture of a community that offers recreation, culture, and solace in one beautiful area. Located a short distance to the north, is historic community Port Townsend with amenities of a larger community. With these options Port Ludlow has convenience of a large community and the charm of a small town. Port Ludlow offers a first-class experience on the Olympic Peninsula, we are the perfect place to relax, rejuvenate, and indulge.