The New Dungeness Light is a functioning aid to navigation on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, located in the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge near Sequim, Clallam County, in the state of Washington. The New Dungeness Light was the second lighthouse established in the Washington territory.
The surroundings of the lighthouse are a haven to more than 250 species of birds, forty-one species of land mammals and eight species of marine mammals. No matter which route you take to the lighthouse, walking, kayaking or boating, there is sure to be plenty of wildlife and nature to enjoy!
Guests can stay in the Keepers Quarters, which is completely furnished with many modern amenities and nicely decorated.
The Keepers Quarters has four bedrooms that sleep up to 10 people. There are two rooms with a queen size bed, a room with two twin beds and a room with a queen size bed and one twin bed, perfect for a family. There are two bathrooms on the first & second floor.
On the first floor guests can relax in the huge and comfortable livingroom which has a flatscreen TV and DVD player. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything needed including all the dishes, pots and pans.
In the evening guests can choose to spend time playing pool or ping pong in the basement or enjoy reading one of the many books in the reading room.
Staying in the Keepers Quarters of the New Dungeness Light, comes with a few chores. As a guest you are also the keeper of the lighthouse. The most important function is to welcome visitors who hike the 5 miles or boat to the Lighthouse and give them a tour of the Lighthouse building and the grounds.