Brinnon Shrimpfest

Brinnon Shrimpfest

Yelvicks General Store field,
251 Hjelvicks Rd • Brinnon

“Family Fun for ALL Ages!”

Every Memorial Day Weekend! Sat 10am–6pm & Sun 10am–5pm • Arts & craft booths, live music, belt sander races, kids activities, food, beer. Hood Canal Shrimp for sale

The Brinnon ShrimpFest is a weekend festival located in the heart of Brinnon celebrating Hood Canal Spot Shrimp and other local seafood. It lures hungry shrimpers from all over the Northwest to fish Hood Canal’s rich waters. We feature craft booths, food booths, belt sander races, exhibits, live music, kids activities and so much more.

  • Bring along your favorite decorated belt sander to enter the races that will be held at 11:00 AM and 3:00 PM on Sunday.
  • The tides are usually low enough during this weekend for easy harvest of clams and oysters on the public beaches near the festival, (license required) and the weather is traditionally good during this holiday weekend.
  • This is great family fun! Come join us this year.

The festival began in 1993. Over the years, the proceeds have benefited our community through donations to the Brinnon School and the Brinnon Volunteer Ambulance & Firefighters Association, Brinnon and Quilcene Community Centers as well as many other community projects

Wild West

Provisioner of Local Wild foods including fish, mushrooms and shellfish.

Taylor Shellfish

Taylor Shellfish Farms

130 SE Lynch Rd • Shelton
360-426-6178 •
Open daily 10am–6pm • A fifth generation family-owned company
producing Olympia, Kumamoto, Pacific and Virginica oysters, Manila clams,
Mediterranean mussels, geoduck, and shellfish seed for national & international markets.

Visit our retail farm stores in Shelton and Bow (Samish Bay) and now open in Seattle!

Lytle Seafoods

Lytle Seafoods has been in business for almost 30 years. We are a wholesale and retail seafood business. We’re located 5 miles outside of Hoquiam on Highway 109 (on your way to Ocean Shores).

Kamilche Sea Farm

Kamilche Sea Farm is located on Totten Inlet, a bay long famous for it’s outstanding shellfish productivity. Much of the Pacific Northwest oyster and most of its Manila clam production comes from thi

Hama Hama Oyster Co.

Hama Hama Oyster Co

35846 N US Hwy 101 • Lilliwaup
360-877-5811 •
• Retail store and Oyster
Saloon are only a stone’s throw from the beds themselves. Learn about oyster
farming, watch the tide and eat the freshest oysters and clams in the world.

The Hama Hama Oyster Company is a family-owned shellfish farm located in Hood Canal. We grow oysters, clams, and geoduck. Stop by to visit our retail store, sample the oysters, and tour the tideflats.

Our retail store and Oyster Saloon are located a stone’s throw from the beds themselves. Come learn about oyster farming, watch the tide roll away and eat the freshest oysters and clams in the world.

Retail: Daily 9:30am – 5:30pm, call for Oyster Saloon Hours hours