Explore

Explore the wonders, history, and wildlife in Olympic National Park.

Hurricane Ridge

Located at 5,242 feet in the park’s northeast corner, Hurricane Ridge is accessible by car and the quickest way to reach Olympic’s alpine zone. Read More...

Olympic Coast

The park’s wild coastline features both easy-access beaches and remote wilderness. Read More...

Olympic Rainforests

This west-side area is one of the best places in the world to see a temperate rainforest ecosystem. Read More...

Olympic Waterfalls, Lakes and Rivers

Two words to describe Olympic National Park are wet and wild. Rivers pouring over mountains and through rain forests splash into waterfalls and lakes. Read More...

Olympic's Neighboring Parks

Visit nearby Mount Rainier National Park and Oregon's Crater Lake on your Olympic vacation. Read More...

Sol Duc Valley

Beyond the beauty of the Sol Duc River running through old-growth forest, there's a hot springs resort, a three-legged waterfall, and a salmon cascade. Read More...

Wildlife in Olympic National Park

Popular wildlife in Olympic include Roosevelt Elk, black bears, mountain lions, sea otters, gray whales, and bald eagles. Read More...