Travel from sea to sky—that's just one of the many benefits of a stay at Discovery Bay. Situated near the end of a sinuous, saltwater cul-de-sac just off the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the WorldMark at Discovery Bay timeshare resort takes full advantage of its location. Discovery Bay is like a condensed view of the Northwest, offering both ocean and mountain experiences. Take a walk along seven-mile Dungeness Spit for views of the Sound. Drive up Hurricane Ridge for a close up look at the Olympic Mountains. Hop on a ferry for a visit to Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands. And, of course, just across the strait, an afternoon of crumpets and tea awaits you in Victoria, B.C., Canada. You'll be astonished by the range of choices. But you may just want to sit back on your deck, grill up some salmon and look out over the bay—you know, become one with the sea and the sky. Popular attractions are Old Fort Townsend, a 367-acre marine camping park with 3,960 feet of shoreline that features a rich military history dating from the pioneer days; Rothschild House State Park, a step back into the 19th century and an accurate reflection of life in the late 1800s, and; Port Townsend Marine Science Center, a museum that offers touch tanks, educational wall displays, interpretive programs and beach walks.
Another timeshare vacation opportunity is Kala Point and Resorts West Vacation Club at Kala Point. This timeshare resort is located on the Kitsap Peninsula 6 miles from Port Townsend, Washington. Nestled in tall evergreens along the shores of Puget Sound, the timeshares are part of a larger waterfront gated community. Visitors to Kala Point enjoy many recreational opportunities including a partially covered seasonal swimming pool, hot tub, sauna, exercise and game room, children's playgrounds, tennis courts, and a boat launch with a boat dock for day use.