Sequim (pronounced S’kwim) is a small town located in a “rainshadow,” with mountains to the
South, waters to the North, and weather that the rest of Washington and many other coastal communities envy. It has many gift shops, murals, antique stores, galleries and fine restaurants.
While areas all around the Sequim Valley get anywhere from 30 to 150 inches per year, the rainfall in Sequim averages between 14 and 17 inches annually. Sequim has been dubbed "the blue hole" by pilots - when they fly over there is a patch of blue at Sequim in contrast to the clouds all around it. The sun shines more in Sequim than anywhere else in western Washington and usually comes out, at least for a while, sometime during each day.
NetPortCenter is on the main road of downtown Sequim, within walking distance of several excellent lunch spots, coffee shops, banks, shopping and other amenities.