San de Fuca

A small town in the 1800 and early 1900's, now San de Fuca is an unincorporated community. The old school building, built in 1902, still sits atop the hill overlooking the cove. 


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3 Sisters Market

A San de Fuca staple, the 3 Sister's Market is located in the old firehouse. They sell all local products, including grass-fed and organic meats from their own farm. 



San de Fuca is a fantastic place for shellfishing and clamming. Make sure to check the WDFW website before you go to make sure the beaches are open for digging. 


Penn Cove Pottery

Located in the old San de Fuca grocery store, Penn Cove Pottery is a working studio as well as a gallery. Teapots, wide-mouth jars, bowls, as well as pottery, glass art and wall art from other Pacific Northwest artists.

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