Maps and Directions to Port Ludlow
From Seattle and Sea-Tac Airport: I-5 to Bainbridge ferry. Off ferry follow signs to Hood Canal Bridge. Cross bridge and continue on Highway 104 to Highway 19 (Beaver Valley Road) turn off and follow signs to Port Townsend or Port Ludlow. Driving time from Bainbridge is approximately one hour.
From Portland and Points South: I-5 north to Tacoma to 38th St. Bremerton exit and across Narrows Bridge (Highway 16) to Highway 3 north to Hood Canal Bridge, Highway 104, to Highway 19 (Beaver Valley Road) turn off and follow signs to Port Townsend or Port Ludlow. ALTERNATE ROUTE: take I-5 to Olympia and Highway 101 north. Turn off to Highway 20 east and follow signs.
From Vancouver, Canada and Points North: I-5 south to Highway 20 west turn off. Follow signs to and through Oak Harbour (on Whidbey Island) to Keystone Ferry to downtown Port Townsend. If during summer after 3pm use Edmonds ferry to avoids delays.
By Ferry: Seattle to Bainbridge: Follow directions above from Sea-Tac International Airport.
Edmonds to Kingston: I-5 north from Seattle to Edmonds/Kingston ferry to Highway 104 across Hood Cannel Bridge and follow signs to Port Townsend and Port Ludlow (Hwy. 19, Beaver Valley Road)..
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Coming to Port Ludlow
Port Ludlow is 90 minutes from Seattle, including a picturesque ferry trip across Puget Sound and a stunning drive across Hood Canal Bridge, itself one of the Olympic Peninsula’s wonders. A mile in length, it is the longest saltwater floating bridge in the world. It is also a three-hour car and ferry trip south from Vancouver, Canada, and a three-hour drive north from Portland, Oregon. Visitors come to Port Ludlow by automobile, boat, bicycle, bus and plane. Seaplanes land in Ludlow Bay. The Jefferson County International Airport is 15 miles north.