Located at the tip of picturesque Sequim Bay. Old buildings nestle at the base of a cliff. Newer construction along the road marks the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribal Center, including a community center building, art gallery, and viewpoint that points north to Sequim Bay.
Once an important logging center at the southwest end of Sequim Bay. It was named for Capt. Marshall Blyn, an early government land inspector who lived nearby. A post office was established January 18, 1890 and was closed March 16 ,1907.