So many people, even those who have lived in Jefferson County most of their lives, don't seem to know where Coyle is, so Norm Johnson, the host of Concerts in the Woods made a map to help them find "the end of the earth".

Coyle is a small, rural community at the end of the Toandos Peninsula, 14 miles south of the Hood Canal Bridge.  It's a ferry ride plus an hour's drive straight west of downtown Seattle.  Our pride and joy is the Laurel B. Johnson Community Center operated by the Jefferson County Parks & Recreation District. It's a beautiful wood and glass structure with wonderful acoustics.  Since 2009 it has become a "destination" venue for music lovers. We currently host approximately two concerts per month all year around featuring the best of folk, Americana, singer/songwriter, Appalachian, bluegrass, Celtic, blues, country and more. The room has seating for 65+ people.  These concerts are for all ages and are done on a by-donation basis.  We always serve complimentary cookies and coffee at intermission to our guests. See: www.coyleconcerts.com for more information.

Coyle, WA on the Toandos Peninsula

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