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Media and Industry

Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau

Call us at 360-452-8552 or 800-942-4042

We know you’re on tight deadlines, need information fast and want to be able to contact us easily. The Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau is dedicated to assisting the film, news and travel media. This office can put you in touch with the appropriate government or private entities to help you with the permit process and in choosing locations that meet your needs in Clallam, Grays Harbor or Jefferson Counties.

We assist with:

  • fact-checking for stories pertaining to the Olympic Peninsula area
  • coordinating individual and group press trips
  • accommodating special media requests for photography
  • arranging topic-specific or general information interviews, and
  • facilitating location scouting

Washington State’s North Olympic Peninsula is located just northwest of Seattle and is accessible by ferry, plane, boat or highway. There are many more waterfalls in the area, as well as the rocky Pacific Ocean coast, snowcapped Olympic Mountain peaks and temperate rain forests of the unusually wet and rainy river valleys hold some of the world’s largest trees, all draped with a thick fabric of mosses. Location settings range from beaches, forests, rivers, lakes, mountains, farms, secluded cabins, to stately mansions and refreshing waterfalls.

Port Angeles, the county seat, has airline service to William R. Fairchild International Airport. Port Angeles is also the gateway city to Victoria, BC, Canada, with passenger-only or vehicle and foot passenger ferry travel available at the waterfront. Port Angeles downtown is an excellent example of traditional downtown Americana.

Make the North Olympic Peninsula the location choice for your next project. Might we suggest you include a waterfall or two? We will be glad to help you in any way we can. Let us show you why we wouldn’t live anywhere but here and how our unique settings can benefit your project.

To request a press kit, please be specific in your request when you call or email. Thanks!

Washington State Film Office

Press Downloads

Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau and Grays Harbor Tourism Join to Produce Long-Anticipated Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail Project”

Olympic Peninsula’s Waterfall Trail Offers Year ‘Round Adventure

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4 Responses to “Media and Industry”

  1. waterfalls says:

    Hi Scott,
    Any of the falls would be good spots for listening. They all sound a little different. You might make contact with John Gussman at He is a visual professional, but may have good contact for you regarding sound.

  2. Scott Ennis says:

    I am a motion picture MFA student and I am doing a short documentary this semester on Waterfalls of the Olympic Peninsula.
    I am very interested in the musical aspect of waterfalls. Any suggestions on who to contact or where to visit would be appreciated.

  3. waterfalls says:

    Hi Laura,
    Moclips is a bit out of my geographic region of expertise. I’d suggest you check out If you are going to get north to Lake Quinault area, I can help there. There are definitely waterfalls along South Shore Road. Stop at the Lodge. They do have an excellent dining room. There are some really big trees to scout in the area, too. I hope this helps so close to your trip, but I haven not been Waterfall Wandering with a broken leg since Christmas. Please call the Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau 360-452-8552 to get more info about the big trees, etc. or to talk with someone about other things to do a bit north of Moclips. Ruby Beach is a honey and I’d hate you to miss it. Safe travels!

  4. Laura Cyra says:

    My family and I will be staying in Moclips, WA for almost two weeks in March. I will be blogging about the trip on Real Momma ( and Mama Needs A Vacation ( as well as sharing on social media during our trip. We are trying to plan our trip ahead of time to make the most of our visit. Any information you can share would be greatly appreciated.