Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway - SR 112
Length: 61.1 mi / 98.3 km
Time to Allow: 2 hours to drive without stopping, or 8 hours to visit places along the way.
Travelers on the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway are in the most northwest point of the mainland. Catch glimpses of eagles diving, gray whales spouting, or otters splashing. Walk, bike, boat, or kayak to explore the wild shoreline or forests, fish for salmon, or learn about Native American cultures.
This summer, stop at Pillar Point County Park along the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway - SR 112 for a unique culinary adventure -- shellfishing!
Plan a bird watching trip along the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway. The byway hugs the coast of the Pacific Northwest and provides several prime birding spots because the same sparkling, cold waters that attract you to the byway also attract the area’s many species of birds. Whether you visit the saltwater or freshwater shorelines, the byway offers plenty of bird sightings.
to Enjoy the Ride...
1-Day Trip: Driving Along the Strait
Filled with rocky bluffs and sandy beaches, the Strait of Juan de Fuca Highway provides you with countless views, amazing pieces of history and...