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1033 Old Blyn Hwy, Sequim, WA 98382

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Directions to the Jamestown Tribal Campus

From SeaTac via Bainbridge Island Ferry

From SeaTac follow Interstate Highway 5 north to Seattle. Take exit #164 to Bainbridge Ferries. Follow directions for Washington State Ferries. From the Bainbridge Island ferry landing dock, follow Highway 305 (to Poulsbo/Hood Canal Bridge). From the Hood Canal Bridge follow Highway 104 which joins Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 to Blyn Crossing, turn right (watch for signs) then turn right again on Old Blyn Highway.

From SeaTac via Edmonds/Kingston Ferry

From SeaTac follow Interstate Highway 5 north to Seattle. Merge onto WA-104 W via EXIT 177 toward EDMONDS/KINGSTON FERRY. Follow directions for Washington State Ferries. From the Edmonds ferry landing dock, follow Highway 104 (Hood Canal Bridge). From the Hood Canal Bridge follow Highway 104 which joins Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 to Blyn Crossing, turn right (watch for signs) then turn right again on Old Blyn Highway.

From SeaTac via Bremerton and Highway 16

From SeaTac follow Interstate Highway 5 south to Tacoma. Take exit # 132 (west to Bremerton). After crossing the Narrows Bridge, remain on Highway 16 for 21 miles. Highway 16 intersects with Highway 3. Cross the Hoods Canal Bridge. Highway 3 intersects with Highway 104 and then joins Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 to Blyn Crossing, turn right (watch for signs) turn right again on Old Blyn Highway. From the Tacoma Narrows Bridge to the Tribal Center is approximately 74 miles.

Mileage

Bainbridge Ferry to Blyn – 48 miles
Kingston Ferry to Blyn – 39 miles
Bremerton to Blyn – 46 miles
Olympia to Blyn – 96 miles
Seattle to Blyn – 52 miles
Shelton to Blyn – 73 miles
Tacoma to Blyn – 74 miles

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LAND BASE INFORMATION

Tribal Properties in Clallam and Jefferson County

Reservation 282.63 Acres

Trust

288.32 Acres

Fee

817.00 Acres
NAHASDA    5.04 Acres
Total:  1,393 Acres

 

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The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal community is located on the northern Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, approximately 70 miles northwest of the city of Seattle.

The Peninsula is a distinct and somewhat isolated geographic region, as it is separated from the Seattle urban area by two bodies of water, one of which must be crossed by ferry. It is bounded to the west by the Pacific Ocean, to the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and to the east by Hood Canal.

Two counties comprise the bulk of the Olympic Peninsula land area, Clallam County and Jefferson County. A large part of the two counties is densely timbered wilderness or undeveloped area, and is characterized by rugged mountains, steep slopes and rain forests.

Annual precipitation varies widely on the Peninsula, with over 100 inches in the west end, and only 17 inches in the Sequim area.