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Dungeness Valley Creamery

Dungeness Valley Creamery is a 10-minute drive northwest of Sequim, on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.

The beautiful dairy has a gift shop, barn, milking area and pastures, spread over 38 acres.  There are 60 jersey cows, and a section where kids can get up close to the jersey calves in pens.

The store at the Dungeness Valley Creamery sells raw milk from jersey cows, cream, cheese and eggs. There's also ice-cream for sale in waffle cones or tubs, in delicious flavors like vanilla, wild berry and salted caramel.

The Dungeness Valley was once home to dozens of dairies around the 1930s and 1940s, but this is now the only dairy left in the local area.  

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5 best things to do at the Dungeness Valley Creamery

1. Visit the cows in the barn.

2. Walk outside the barn to see cows feeding.

3. Say hello to the calves.

4. See Jersey Cows grazing in the fields.

5. Visit the store at the Dungeness Valley Creamery.


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