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Olympic National Park and Forest is the best of both worlds: the beauty of a pristine mountain lake setting combined with one of only three temperate rainforests in the Western hemisphere. Be prepared for the time of your life at The Lodges of Olympic National Park and Forest! Whether you are here for a relaxing stay at one of our scenic, cozy lodges or cabins, a family camping trip, or a busy week full of tours, hiking, canoeing, biking, and sightseeing, we are positive you will never want to leave.
NOTE: The entrance station is closed, the entrance fee can be paid at your lodge. For detailed info on Olympic National Park's Fees & Passes, visit National Parks Service.
Check out our brochures to learn even more and to plan your trip of a lifetime!
Lake Quinault Lodge
There are some places so blissfully disconnected from the modern world that they seem to stand suspended in time. Lake Quinault Lodge is one such place - a grand and rustic lodge built in 1926 that welcomes guests with warmth, hospitality and a sincere feeling of home-away-from-home comfort. Here you can unwind in front of our majestic fireplace, curl up with a good book by the lake, paddle and fish in the afternoon sun, or venture deep into the temperate rainforest and enjoy the cool shade of the giant trees.
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Spending the night in a rustic, charming Sol Duc cabin is the ideal way to experience Sol Duc's serenity and the supremely relaxing hot springs on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington. Our Sol Duc cabin rentals are surrounded by towering evergreens along the Sol Duc River in a picturesque valley. You'll have convenient access to our hot mineral-spring pools, massage therapists, café, restaurant, gift shop and convenience store. Stay a few days, making Sol Duc your basecamp as you discover the wonders of the Sol Duc Valley and the famous Sol Duc falls.
Lake Crescent Lodge
Historic Lake Crescent Lodge on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington was built in 1916 and is an ideal basecamp for enjoying the park while experiencing the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort. The comfortable, spacious guest rooms are nestled among the giant fir and hemlock trees on the shores of beautiful Lake Crescent. A variety of guest room options are available at the lodge, including the historic lakeside Roosevelt Cottages. Enjoy the simple elegance of yesteryear in the antique-furnished lobby as you unwind by the stone fireplace, or settle in to the cozy sun porch and take in a spectacular sunset over the lake.
Log Cabin Resort
A wonderful family-oriented destination in Olympic National Park, the resort welcomes third and fourth generations of families renewing their vacation traditions. Enjoy bike and hiking trails, spectacular waterfalls, snowcapped mountains, and the crystal clear water.
In this temperate rain forest climate you can expect moderate temperatures with moisture-laden air and plenty of rainfall during the rainy season… though summer days can be warm and sunny.
Attire at all our lodges is casual, so pack comfortable, seasonal clothing. As a rule, bring clothing suited for outdoor activities, walking or hiking, and rain gear:
We've put together a handy list of websites to help you plan your Olympic National Park & Forest vacation. Got a site we should include in this list? Let us know.
- National Parks Service - Olympic National Park
- US Forest Service - Olympic National Forest
- Olympic Peninsula - Washington State
- Washington's National Park Cams
- Washington's National Park Fund
- Washington State Department of Transportation
- Grays Harbor Chamber of Commerce
- Forks in Washington State
- Black Ball Ferry Line
- Clipper Vacations (Victoria BC)
Car Rental Agencies