"Front Door" graphic for the Open the Doors Campaign

Help Us Open The Doors to Worthington Park

We are pleased to announce our Open the Doors fundraising campaign is live! Help us across the finish line to complete renovations and open the Worthington Mansion as a special events center. Find our Case Statement and Giving Card on the Open the Doors Campaign page, which include details on the current status of renovations, information on the various projects that donations will fund, and instructions for making your contribution.

Click here for more details.

Public Events

Concerts, Parties, and More
Worthington Park is a popular place for events open to the public. There is something for everyone!

Private Events

Plan Your Event
Planning an event? From family reunions and outdoor picnics, to weddings, concerts, and more. Worthington Park is the place.

Visit Museum

Our Rich History
Learn more about Quilcene, Washingon’s local history, as well as the surrounding areas at the Quilcene Historical Museum.

Unique, Historical Event Center

Worthington Park’s infrastructure provides ideal settings for special events throughout the year for our community as well as visitors from outside the county, state, and nation. Our vision is to integrate these unique features into a multi-functional event center to attract increased numbers of visitors as it educates, entertains, and enriches. We expect to become fully operational in the fall of 2019 upon completion of the interior restoration of the historical mansion. Our facilities continue to attract an increasing number of visitors supporting our goals of building the local economy by attracting new events and tourism.

Worthington Park has everything necessary to host the event of your dreams. You can host an event or a party at the Linger Longer stage and meadow, next to the historic barn, beside the tranquil pond and scenic river, or even in the forested area along the CK Birkenfeld Trail. The 10 acre grounds include the outdoor stage with space for parking, event vendors, or anything else you can imagine to make your event successful.

The Worthington Mansion was built in 1892 and contains 17 rooms, rises to 3 stories, and is capped by a magnificent Late Victorian, French 2nd Empire Mansard roof – creating a generous amount of unique interior space for events of all kinds, from intimate parties to corporate retreats.

Worthington Park is a Property of the Quilcene Historical Museum, a 501(c)3 organization.

Upcoming Events

Worthington Park hosts many public events – including concerts, community festivals, fundraisers, and more.
Click Here to Visit the Events Page and See Our Full Schedule

Port Townsend Victorian Heritage Festival

Join us in our first year collaborating with the Victorian Heritage Festival, based in the Cotton Building in Port Townsend, WA. This year’s festival is March 20-22. We will be making a presentation on Worthington Park as part of the festivities Sunday afternoon, and you can find many more fun things to do over the weekend.

Click here to view the listings in our Event Calendar for more details, as well as links to the official website.

Outdoor Athletics

We are hosting two outdoor athletic events this year: Gravel Unravel on June 27th, and the Oyster Races on September 20th. Registration is open for both races – please join us! We look forward to seeing you there.

Gravel Unravel

June 27th
A brand-new endurance bike race on the gravel road system of the Olympic National Forest. There are several race lengths to choose from: 32, 55, and 80 miles. Our after-party will be at Worthington Park.

Click Here to Register for Gravel Unravel

Gravel Unravel Facebook Page

Oyster Races

September 20th
The annual Half Marathon – with 10k and 5k options – in Quilcene. Beautiful surroundings for a run, with proceeds benefiting Quilcene-Brinnon Dollars for Scholars and Count Me In For Quilcene. The Half Marathon and 10k races are USATF Sanctioned and Certified.

Click Here to Register for the Oyster Races

Worthington Park ad for Spring events, including The Victorian Heritage Festival, the Quilcene Fire Rescue Easter Egg Hunt, and Gravel Unravel Bike Race & Party in the Park.

In the News

Article in the Peninsula Daily News
The conditional use permit is in progress for converting the Worthington Mansion into a full event center.
Click Here to Read More.

Magazine Article
Read about the progress we’ve made in restoring the Worthington Mansion, its history, and our plans for the future – in the Spring 2019 issue of Living on the Peninsula magazine.
Click Here to Read More.

Learn More About Worthington Park


What are you waiting for?
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