No matter what time of year you visit the Olympic Peninsula, there is no shortage of beautiful sights to see. And although the Pacific Northwest can feel a bit dark and dreary throughout the winter months, every year the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and 7 Cedars brighten the area with a spectacular lights display.
Each November, the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and 7 Cedars illuminates the area with the addition of over 2.5 million LED lights. For over 15 years, P. Walker Inc. of Gig Harbor has installed the lights for the Tribe. In November 2020, P. Walker Inc. spent roughly 7,500 hours installing the lights, along with countless hours spent in January and February carefully unwrapping the lights from the trees and storing them until next year. “7 Cedars is very proud to contribute to the holiday spirit found around the Peninsula,” said Jerry Allen, CEO of 7 Cedars Resort. “Our 7 Cedars Family, including the Longhouse Market and Cedars at Dungeness, continue to enjoy the many compliments sent our way. The holiday lights have become a nice way to say Thank You, and Happy Holidays to All!”
During the winter months, you can view the breathtaking holiday lights throughout the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Properties. The lights are turned on before dusk and turned off at sunrise. You can check out the holiday lights display at the Longhouse Market & Deli, the Blyn Firehouse, Cedar Greens, 7 Cedars Hotel & Casino, Jamestown Family Health Center in Sequim, and The Cedars at Dungeness Golf Course.