The Laurel B. Johnson Community Center facility is located 14 miles out on the end of the beautiful Toandos Peninsula. The Center is operated by the Jefferson County Parks & Recreation District #1 and the citizens of the Toandos Peninsula.
The Toandos Peninsula is frequently called the “Coyle Peninsula” because the small community of Coyle is located at the tip, and occasionally it is called the “Dabob Peninsula” because it separates Dabob Bay from the rest of the Hood Canal.
This facility serves many differing needs and is truly the center of our community.
- County-certified Emergency Shelter
- Weekly food bank Thursdays 9AM-12PM
- Community meals
- Musical concerts
- Coyle Women’s Club
- P-patch community garden
- Free Internet
- Festive meals and holiday events
- Rental venue for public and private events
Do you have questions, comments, suggestions? Do you want to arrange for use of the Community Center and/or schedule an event? If so, please feel free to contact us!