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Evening Ferry by Kevin MasonGetting around Port Townsend is quite easy, though some streets can be confusing. Check out the map section to orient yourself. We sit at the northeast tip of Quimper Peninsula and a number of roads connect it to the Olympic Peninsula. The Port Townsend-Keystone (Coupeville) ferry connects us to Whidbey Island. The ferry terminal at Keystone is 7 miles from Coupeville!

Local Transit Options include public and private buses, shuttles, taxis and in-town options.

Some thoughts...when you arrive by automobile, park and explore the city by bicycle or on foot if possible. Exploring the town by walking cannot be overstated and the experience of discovering a hidden shop, gallery or street performer is worth it. Preserve our quality of life. (When you see someone in the crosswalk you must stop your vehicle and let them cross, it's the law!).

Parking is at a premium downtown and we highly encourage the use of public transportation. When you come to visit, we recommend the Haines Place Park-N-Ride. Park and take the bus downtown, to Fort Worden, or to the fairgrounds.

Travel Alert: From 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 19 through 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 26, State Route 20 near milepost 3, between Eaglemount Road and Anderson Lake Road, will close to all traffic. The around-the-clock closure will allow crews to replace a failing culvert. Traffic will detour via SR 19 and SR 104 (Detour PDF). Ferry customers are encouraged to plan for extra travel time during the closure.

Check current status of roads and planned ferry changes before driving. See WSDOT Olympic Region page for updates.

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Want to skip driving? How to get to and from Port Townsend to Sea-Tac Int'l Airport without a car.

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