Kala Point Real Estate - Steve Kraght
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Kala Point Real Estate - Steve Kraght
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Why Everyone in Washington Should Visit This One Small Town

While you may have already been to Poulsbo, Winthrop, or Leavenworth, Washington has plenty more unique small towns to discover. Another charming place you’ve got to check out is Port Townsend, located in Jefferson County at the Northeast tip of the Olympic Peninsula.

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The Best Small Town in Every State: MSN picks Port Townsend!

While cities are known for being culture hubs and centers of entertainment, small towns often have just as much to offer. All across America, small towns are becoming art havens, fine dining meccas, and top travel destinations. Researchers even found that people living in small towns are happier than those who live in more urban environments.

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These Are the 26 Best Small Towns in America, According to Travelers

BuzzFeed readers rank Port Townsend (#18) among their absolute favorite small towns in America.

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The Most Fabulous Things to Do in Port Townsend

If ever there was a beautiful, must-visit American town, Port Townsend, Washington has to be it. Located at the northeastern tip of the Olympic Peninsula in the Puget Sound, Port Townsend experiences a temperate climate year-round and is best known for its Victorian architecture and natural beauty.

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Spending a Day in Port Townsend

If you haven’t experienced the stunning town of Port Townsend just yet, it’s time to add it to your list. It’s a magical sea town with historic architecture, stunning views and many shops and restaurants.

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Where to Eat in Port Townsend

From Eater Seattle: Distinguished Victorian-era buildings situated along a bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca are home to boutiques, hotels, and an impressively varied selection of restaurants — here are some great bets.

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Fort Worden: One-Time Bust Now a Blast

PORT TOWNSEND — For the military, Fort Worden was a bust. Much of its weaponry became obsolete not long after the fort opened in 1902 on the northeast tip of the Olympic Peninsula.

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Port Townsend information from "Where to Retire"

This section of the "Where to Retire" article provides significant information about Port Townsend's demographics. It is a bit dated as the article was published in 2000.

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