Tag Archives: Clallam County Parks

Camp David Jr County Park

This is the second video created by Spirit Vision Films for the Clallam County Parks to highlight their beautiful county parks.

Camp David Jr. county park is about 30 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington situated right on the beautiful Lake Crescent, in the Olympic National Park.

This park features multiple cabins and is geared toward the group, educational or recreational retreat, reunions, gatherings, or weddings.

Check out the details in the description section of the film. Hope you enjoy!

 

Salt Creek Recreation Area

Spirit Vision Films was hired by Clallam County Parks to create three 2-minute videos highlighting three county parks .. Salt Creek Recreation Area, Camp David Jr., and Dungeness Recreation Area.

With the CV19 delays, it took almost a year to complete the three. Yesterday, we finished the last one and now look to share these videos with you!

The first is Salt Creek Recreation Area. The description on the video will tell you all you need to know about this incredible place right here on the North Olympic Peninsula!

So, take a journey to Salt Creek Recreation Area and enjoy where the area residents go to unwind!

On the Road – The New Dungeness Light Station

Spirit Vision Films in association with PAPA TV (Peninsula Area Public Access TV) of Port Angeles, Washington, has created a series called On the Road, highlighting unique destinations around the North Olympic Peninsula.

The pilot episode is called the New Dungeness Light Station. We focus our attention on the Dungeness lighthouse, as well as the New Dungeness Light Station Association. This organization maintains and gives tours of the 160 year old lighthouse on the Dungeness Spit with their volunteers, board members, and lighthouse keeper program. All are located within the 775 acre Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, next to the Clallam County Dungeness Recreation Area campground, near Sequim, Washington.

Elaine Cochran, Joseph Bennett, Emily Enges my niece, and myself spent two days at the lighthouse interviewing the keepers, exploring and filming the lighthouse, and the many natural sights of the wildlife refuge. This is our efforts.

This film was grant-funded through the Clallam County Lodging Tax fund to promote tourism on the North Olympic Peninsula.