Entrance and overnight wilderness use fees will be phased in over several years, based in large part on suggestions from stakeholders and the public
With five different places to stay in the park, it can be difficult to decide whether to stay beachside, lakeside, or next to a hot springs. Find your match.
How do you pack a place where you can experience so many ecosystems in one day? Here are the top 15 items to bring to the park.
Gateway to Olympic National Park, Lake Cushman, and a scenic point for hiking, fishing and kayaking on the north fork of the Skokomish River.
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Staying at this riverside resort in Olympic’s northern forest provides access to several natural hot mineral pools for soaking your stress away.
Our personalized guide gives you a sense of what to expect on the trails from a relaxing stroll down a striking beach to a strenuous hike to a waterfall.
The park is a fantastic place to explore, but don’t get so carried away with the magnificent views that you leave your common sense behind.
Get a taste for the land when you stop at one of the nine wineries and cideries along the Olympic Peninsula wineries trail.
Watch salmon ascend the Sol Duc River in late summer and fall at this roadside overlook in the Sol Valley.
Called the most beautiful falls in Olympic, the hike to the falls is a short and easy one. Walk one mile through old-growth forest to the overlook.
Olympic National Park and the surrounding areas are a Things to Do Mecca! You’ll be hard-pressed to fit it all in a single vacation.
Use this map to get your bearings on the main national park entrances, park roads, lakes and hiking trailheads.
This map shows the park roads and entrances along with lakes, and major trails. The map also shows general tide warnings of beach areas.
Visit two of Washington State’s premier national parks on this scenery-packed trip also passing through Seattle and Tacoma.
This quaint harbor town is located at the northernmost end of the Olympic Peninsula. Go whale watching, visit a historic park and eat fresh seafood.
With fewer visitors during the season, you can find peaceful mountains, crashing waves, and dripping lushness in this winter wonderland.