Dungeness Kayaking
Explore and experience the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge and visit the Dungeness Lighthouse!! 

Tours include natural and historic information as well as techniques of staying dry and kayaking safely. While kayaking may be somewhat intimidating, it truly can be a very safe activity when done sensibly under the guidance of an experienced kayaker. Young children are pacified by the calmness of the swaying motion of the boat, while others find it stimulating to see seals and birds at eye level. Visitors and residents are intrigued by the historical features of the Dungeness Lighthouse and the Dungeness Spit--and most want to include a visit to the Olympic National Park and other areas around the Olympic Peninsula and the Pacific Northwest.


Sorry, tours are only available after Labor Day. 
Dungeness Kayaking has safely guided over 1000 people of all ages to the Lighthouse. 

Tours ~ Lessons~ Photos



Dungeness Kayaking
owned & operated by
Don Rice
est. 2002
5021 Sequim-Dungeness Way
Sequim, WA 98382

Email, call or text to reserve a kayaking tour to the Dungeness Lighthouse.



KokatatNRSCurrent DesignsWerner Paddles
Cottage & beach lodging http://www.sequimvalley.com               
 Dungeness Hotel http://www.airbnb.com
Dungeness Bay Cottages   http://www.dungenessbay.com
Lost Mountain Lodge  http://www.lostmountainlodge.com
Sequim Beach Rental http://www.sequimcabins.com
Dungeness Lighthouse Weather Station http://newdungenesslight.org/weather/index.htm 
Sequim Weather Forecast and Conditions  http://www.olympicrainshadow.com/sequimweather.html 
US Lighthouses  http://www.TheLighthouseHunters.com
Olympic National Park  http://www.nps.gov/olym/index.htmDungeness
Tides for hiking the Dungeness Spit http://www.kaleberg.com/tides/dungeness/2014-09-tides.html