Dungeness Greens is a small neighborhood located on the North Olympic Peninsula, north and west of Sequim, Washington. With over 84 acres, Dungeness Greens includes wetlands which are set-aside (no hunting allowed!). The neighborhood has developed with custom homes on large lots and golf front lots over the years and is nearing build-out. Here, hikers and daily walkers are welcome on all private roads, but near the wetlands, please stay on the paved road. Located nearby is the Dungeness Golf Club, a public 18 hole golf course. The Dungeness Greens is also close to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is also nearby with access to the world famous Dungeness Spit.
Stretching into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Dungeness Spit stretches 5.5 miles and is the longest natural sand spit in the country. The Dungeness Spit is part of the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, a safe haven for area wildlife. These calm waters and tide flats are rich in marine life and provide protection from winds and the pounding surf. This area provides a place to rest and a source of food to a large variety of wildlife, so remember to bring your binoculars. More than 250 species of birds, 41 species of land mammals, and eight species of marine mammals have been recorded at the refuge including several that are threatened or endangered.