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Nearby Cities and Towns
Eldon, 13 miles
Hoodsport, 24 miles
Lilliwaup, 20 miles
Port Ludlow, 30 miles
Port Townsend, 38 miles
Quilcene, 12 miles
Union, 35 miles

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Brinnon, Washington

Brinnon, known as one of the “Emerald Towns of the Hood Canal”, is a small town with a population of approximately 900. The third oldest Boy Scout Camp in the United States, Camp Parsons, is located in Brinnon.

Situated on the eastern slopes of the Olympic Mountains and the western shores of the Hood Canal of the Puget Sound, Brinnon is one of the gateways to the Olympic National Forest and the Olympic Mountains which includes the Olympic National Park.

Find all of the visitor information you need to when plan a trip to Brinnon. Just use the navigation links in the left hand column or the drop down menu at the top of the page to find accommodations and lodging, restaurants and dining, activities and recreation, along with attractions and points of interest.

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