The Jamestown Reservation is located on 20 acres in western Washington along the southern shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
The beautiful landscape and easy access to the Reservation, which is bisected by Washington State Route 101, attracts many tourists to the area.
The Tribe has taken full advantage of this location and constructed the Seven Cedars Resort, a beautiful facility overlooking the Strait. As you come into the South Sequim Bay area, you will notice a roadside rest which has an overlook of Sequim Bay. Just after passing that, turn right at Blyn Crossing, and then make another immediate right turn onto Old Blyn Hwy. Travel about 1/4 mile and you will see parking on the right and Tribal buildings on the left. Turn left into the parking area for the main building (2 story building, totem pole in front). There is visitor parking right in front of the building.
From SeaTac via Bainbridge Island Ferry:
From SeaTac follow Interstate Highway 5 north to Seattle. Take exit #164 to Bainbridge Ferries. Follow directions for Washington State Ferries. From the Bainbridge Island ferry landing dock, follow Highway 305 (to Poulsbo/Hood Canal Bridge). From the Hood Canal Bridge follow Highway 104 which joins Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 to Blyn Crossing, turn right (watch for signs) then turn right again on Old Blyn Highway.
From SeaTac via Edmonds/Kingston Ferry:
From SeaTac follow Interstate Highway 5 north to Seattle. Merge onto WA-104 W via EXIT 177 toward EDMONDS/KINGSTON
FERRY. Follow directions for Washington State Ferries. From the Edmonds ferry landing dock, follow Highway 104 (Hood Canal Bridge). From the Hood Canal Bridge follow Highway 104 which joins Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 to Blyn Crossing, turn right (watch for signs) then turn right again on Old Blyn Highway.
From SeaTac via Bremerton and Highway 16
From SeaTac follow Interstate Highway 5 south to Tacoma. Take exit # 132 (west to Bremerton). After crossing the Narrows Bridge, remain on Highway 16 for 21 miles. Highway 16 intersects with Highway 3. Cross the Hoods Canal Bridge. Highway 3 intersects with Highway 104 and then joins Highway 101. Follow Highway 101 to Blyn Crossing, turn right (watch for signs) turn right again on Old Blyn Highway. From the Tacoma Narrows Bridge to the Tribal Center is approximately 74 miles.
From Port Angeles Kenmore International Airport
From the airport access road turn right on "L" street and then left on Lauridsen Boulevard (Highway 112). At the end of Lauridsen Boulevard turn left on the Tumwater Truck Route (down the hill). At the stop light, turn right on Marine Drive. Proceed through the Port Angeles downtown area (1st Street) to the outskirts which will join Highway 101. Continue on Highway 101 (you will pass through Sequim) to Blyn which is located 7 miles east of Sequim. One mile past the 7 Cedars Casino turn left at Blyn Crossing then turn right on the Old Blyn Highway.
Bainbridge Ferry to Blyn - 48 miles
Kingston Ferry to Blyn - 39 miles
Bremerton to Blyn - 46 miles
Olympia to Blyn - 96 miles
Port Angeles Airport to Blyn - 30 miles
Seattle to Blyn - 52 miles
Shelton to Blyn - 73 miles
Tacoma to Blyn - 74 miles