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Seabeck & Holly were historic mill communities, while Seabeck was also once a bustling seaport which at one time was larger than Seattle in population and size, and you can still find some remaining traces of its early logging roots.

Today in Seabeck you’ll find a general store, restaurant, gallery, dockside pizza vendor (seabeck pizza), a post office and the Seabeck Conference Center

Nearby, is Scenic Beach State Park which has terrific picnic areas and campsites and stunning views of the Olympic Mountain range and Hood Canal. The Emel House which is nearby,can be rented for meetings, family gatherings or weddings. Here’s a photo.

Seabeck makes a great base camp for the many activities available on Hood Canal. The Seabeck Marina (currently under renovations and not operating) offers transient moorage and a fuel dock.Close-by is the Marina Beach Launch, perfect for launching smaller trailered boats.

Located only about 15-20 minutes from Silverdale or Bremerton, Today, Seabeck is a coveted area for it’s waterfront properties and absolute breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains and Hood Canal. Here you can find everything from weekend cabins,& homes on acreage to mult-million dollar Waterfront Estates.

Holly is considered Seabeck, but is located farther to the South on the Canal and is a bit more remote, being about 30 minutes from Bremerton or Silverdale. However there is a convenience store and gas station about 12 minutes away.

Here in Holly, you will find a very sheltered inlet with a road that dead-ends at the Holly Beach Community.