The Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge">The Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge located on the northern coast of the Olympic Peninsula near Sequim, WA was established in 1915 by President Woodrow Wilson by Executive Order as a refuge, preserve, and breeding ground for native birds. When visiting the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge many people take the 10 mile round trip hike (4-6 hours) along the Dungeness Spit to the New Dungeness Light Station.">The Dungeness Spit is the longest Natural sand spit in the United States. The lighthouse is run by >The New Dungeness Lighthouse Organization and daily tours are available. Make sure to check the Tide Chart before starting on your hike. Our Lost Mountain Lodge Chef can prepare you a boxed brunch to take with you for the day. Ask about it when making your reservation.