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From Kitsap County, cross the Hood Canal Bridge and travel south to the small community of Quilcene. It’s nestled in the foot hills of the Olympic Mountains, on Hood Canal surrounding Quilcene Bay.

It offers a marina, antique stores, shops, shell fishing, camping, and hiking. With Olympic National Park and the Olympic National Forest at their back door, recreational opportunities are plentiful. The Big Quilcene River and the Little Quilcene River both flow through the town.

The Bolton Peninsula which projects South into Dabob Bay is considered part of Quilcene. The Bay formed between the mainland to the West and the Bolton Peninsual to the East is called Quilcene Bay, while the bay formed on the East side of the Bolton peninsula with Toandos Peninsula to the East is just part of Dabob Bay.

Dobob Bay is a special place with incredible beauty, natural wildlife. We hope you enjoy some photos we’ve shared here in an effort to capture some of this beauty.

If you are looking for a wonderful location for a second home, cabin or even a luxurious private estate, you’ll definitely want to spend some time exploring the area around Dabob Bay, Quilcene, Toandos and Coyle. If you’d like a list of available properties, just let us know what you are looking for and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Here’s a Special Opportunity for you…..
Vacation & Get-Away Guest House on Dabob Bay


“…Thank you Brian for helping us Sell and Buy our homes in the Spring and Fall of 2012. There were many challenges along the way but with your expertise and help it was an interesting, energetic and enjoyable experience”
Lissa B & Jay W.

The property I sold to Jay is a fabulous waterfront estate on Dabob Bay in Quilcene, WA. The property is just under 5 Acres and has nearly 300ft of medium bank waterfront with a beach that’s loaded with Oysters. In addition, the property has a very nice guest house that’s just under 900 Sq. Ft. and is fully furnished. They have converted it into a vacation rental, which is perfect if you want to plan a week-end get away, a special anniversary, romantic escape or a long vacation.

Visit the Loony Hollow Website for more details.

-Brian Wilson

On November 16, 2012 there was a fabulous article in the Seattle Times By Ron Judd Pacific NW staff writer, about the pristine and incredible area that is Dabob Bay, which lies between the Bolton and Toandos Peninsulas, with Quilcene on the West side and The Toandos Peninsuala is on the East side of the Bay. Here’s the link

We would like to offer a special big Thank You to Jay Wiggs who took several of the photos in this community section (QUIL_0003xxx.jpg thru QUIL_0013xxx.jpg) and gave us permission to publish them.