Olalla is a small unincorporated community in Kitsap County, Washington. It is located on the Puget Sound and is just north of the Pierce County county line. Olalla used to be larger than Port Orchard, county seat of Kitsap County. A former logging area, Olalla now partially relies on tourism, hosting an annual Strawberry Festival and Bluegrass Festival. Olalla is now a residential community for commuters to nearby cities and towns, although a working-class population from the logging days still remains.
Web Sites and Links
Evergreen Miniature Horse ClubTheir purpose of gathering together to enjoy, promote and share information about miniature horses.
Gregg OlsenCrime author of "Bitter Almonds."
Kits LlamasDay and overnight/extended hiking and trekking trips in Washington's Olympic mountains.
Magical StringsPerformers of Celtic roots and original music, who also offer a range of education activities. Contact details, gig schedule, and information about their instrument making.
Olalla Bible ChurchA place to process your faith.
Olalla OrganizerCommunity news and information source, including local, regional, government, personal, and business sites.
Olalla Rain ForestPhoto gallery of trees, animals, wildlife, and buildings in the Puget Sound community emphasizing a return to nature.
Olalla Recovery CentersTreatment facility for alcoholism and drug addictions. Care programs, virtual tour and intervention program highlights.
Online Olalla OrganizerLinks to local, regional, government, personal, and business sites.
The Olalla Community ClubMembers, calendar of events, guest book, community organizations, contact information.