Robin Hill Park in Sequim, Washington is a great place to visit and relax and explore. It is located between Sequim and Port Angeles – you can access off Highway 101 onto Dryke Road or off Old Olympic Highway onto Vautier – there is a parking lot at either end – the equestrian parking lot is accessed off Dryke Road – there is plenty of room to park your vehicle and horse trailer plus there is a hitching post while you get everything ready. Robin Hill Park is part of Clallam County Parks system. There are 195 acres of beautiful forest, meadow, and wetland.
Enjoying the area
In the video are my two friends, Phil and Ann, who are riding their horses. They often trailer their horses and meet at the park, then ride the trail to the Agnew Store to get an ice cream or candy bar. This is a favorite place for my friends to go and the horses are always excited to see each other! By the way, the Agnew Store has lots of goodies and also has horse and pet supplies. They also have a place to tie up your horse here too!
On Olympic Discovery Trail
Robin Hill Park is located on the Olympic Discovery Trail – this goes from Port Angeles to Sequim to Port Townsend. Horses are allowed on the trail at Robin Hill Park. Bicycles and non-motorized vehicles are allowed on the entire trail. Of course, walking is always an option and leased dogs are allowed (and please clean up after them). If you are a bicyclists – you are asked to yield to foot and horse traffic.
Sequim Is A Great Place To Live
Sequim is a great place to live. There are so many places to go and outside activities. No matter what your interest is, there is something for you to do. Robin Hill Park is just one of the many great places I like to hang out.
http://www.clallam.net/Parks/robinhillfarm.html this is the link to Robin Hill Park