List of unincorporated communities in Clallam County, Washington

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The following list details communities in Clallam County, Washington, that are not recognised as incorporated by the U.S. Census as of 2006. This may include disincorporated communities, towns with no incorporated status, ghost towns, or communities within census-designated places.

Agate Beach[edit]

Agnew[edit]

Beaver[edit]

Bogachiel[edit]

Cape Flattery[edit]

Cape Flattery is a small unincorporated community primarily consisting of a park and the northwesternmost point in the contiguous United States.

Carlsborg[edit]

Clallam Bay[edit]

Clallam Bay is a popular destination for hunting and other marine tourism. A twin city to Sekiu.

Crane[edit]

Crescent[edit]

See Lake Crescent, Washington.

Crescent Beach[edit]

See Lake Crescent, Washington.

Diamond Point[edit]

Diamond Point is a primarily residential waterfront community near the Jefferson County border. Served by a small airport.

Disque[edit]

Dungeness[edit]

Dungeness is a primarily residential community north of Sequim, known for its eponymous crabs.

Elwha[edit]

Elwha is a small unincorporated community located along U.S. Route 101 on the edge of the Olympic National Park.

Fairholm(e)[edit]

Fairholm is a small, tourism-oriented community on Lake Crescent.

Finn Hall[edit]

Gales Addition[edit]

Gales Addition' is an unincorporated suburb of Port Angeles.

Hoko[edit]

Jamestown[edit]

Joyce[edit]

Kalaloch[edit]

La Push[edit]

La Push is a population centre of the Quileute tribe, and is popular for surfing and whaling.

Lake Crescent[edit]

Lake Crescent is a tourism-oriented community on Lake Crescent.

Little Oklahoma[edit]

Maple Grove[edit]

Mount Pleasant[edit]

Ovington[edit]

Ozette[edit]

Ozette is the westernmost populated locale in the continental United States.

Pysht[edit]

Piedmont[edit]

Piedmont is a small unincorporated community on Lake Crescent.

Port Williams[edit]

Queets[edit]

Queets is a small unincorporated community in the western part of the county, primarily inhabited by Quinault Indians.

Quillayute[edit]

Ramapo[edit]

Sappho[edit]

Sappho is a small unincorporated community and former logging area.

Schoolhouse Point[edit]

Schoolhouse Point is a small unincorporated community along Sequim Bay, serving Sequim Bay State Park.

Sekiu[edit]

Sekiu is a small waterfront community, twinned with Clallam Bay.

Snug Harbor[edit]

Sol Duc Hot Springs[edit]

Tatoosh Island[edit]

Tatoosh Island is a now-unpopulated island off of Cape Flattery, and features a lighthouse dating back to the 1850s.

Twin[edit]

Upper Hoh[edit]