Clallam County Washington

Overview

Clallam County sits in the northern section of the Olympic Peninsula. The upper region spans almost 100 miles along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Along the Pacific Coast it’s shore extend more than 35 miles. Iconic images of Clallam County can be seen on the silver screen, locations are featured in the Twilight Saga film Series. The county is composed of traditional lands of the Klallam, Makah, and Quileute peoples. Clallam’s name is derived from the indian word “Klallam”, that means “the strong people”.

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