Map Thanks to Buck "Buckwheat" Turcott
One-of-a-kind, preserved digitally, 2001

click to see expanded map

Brinnon is a rural village, population 900, at the crossroads of the Olympic National Forest, Olympic National Park, Brothers Wilderness and Buckhorn Wilderness. Brinnon encompass 20 miles of shoreline on Hood Canal. Some of the best scuba diving in the state is in the Brinnon area. In Brinnon, and elsewhere on the Hood Canal coast, you will find an abundance of wildlife, marine life and pristine wilderness.

Brinnon Info has an extensive recreation section, with information on all the best hiking, camping and fishing locations in Brinnon and elsewhere on Hood Canal.

Dosewallips big leaf maple
photo by Bill Graham

There is also information on the Brinnon and Hood Canal area habitat, including in-depth coverage of area wildlife, shoreline habitat and ecological information.

If you are looking for local services, you will find it in the merchants, and for those who like to look into the past, on't miss the History of the Brinnon area