Port Ludlow is a master-planned resort community located on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in Western Washington, just 90 minutes from Seattle and SeaTac International Airport. Port Ludlow’s central location allows easy access to neighboring towns including Port Townsend, Poulsbo, and the Bainbridge Island and Kingston Ferry Terminals. Kitsap Transit’s new catamaran foot ferry from Kingston to Seattle offers an inexpensive and beautiful ride to downtown Seattle in just 30 minutes (after 30 minute scenic drive to Kingston).
Port Ludlow offers its residents and guests a wide variety of amenities including an 18-hole golf course, 300-slip marina, an award-winning restaurant, over 26 miles of maintained hiking and biking trails, and easy access to locally-grown, organic food including produce, meat & poultry, and artisan cheeses, wines, and ciders. Enjoy the best of Pacific Northwest living - fishing, crabbing, & clamming at the Shine Tidelands, day trips to Olympic National Park, skiing and snowboarding at Hurricane Ridge, and paddling or cruising through Ludlow Bay.
Port Ludlow is located in the rainshadow. Port Ludlow receives less rain fall than Seattle due to the Olympic Mountains acting as a barrier.
The Port Ludlow Hiking Club and volunteers manage and maintain over 26 miles of maintained hiking trails throughout Port Ludlow.
Port Ludlow has an active yacht club that hosts club cruises and events, a kayaking group, and is the perfect place to explore Puget Sound.
Local Food & Farmers Markets
Just 10 minutes from Port Ludlow, is historic farming town of Chimacum. Grocery shop at the farmers market and organic farm stands.
Port Ludlow Marina
300-slip marina with moorage, boat rentals, and a gift shop in a protected 5mph bay.
Port Ludlow Golf Course
18-hole championship golf course with a cafe and pro shop.
The perfect habitat for marine animals including seals, otters, blue herons, and the occasional whale.
One of the joys of living in Port Ludlow is viewing the wildlife. Enjoy watching otters, dolphins, deer, bald eagles, blue herons, and more.