Guest Updates

Guest Updates

Notice: Effective 7/28/21, all Olympic National Park employees, volunteers, onsite contractors, and visitors REGARDLESS OF VACCINATION STATUS must wear masks inside of Federal buildings, which include park buildings. According to the CDC data tracker all counties surrounding Olympic National Park are currently in a substantial or high COVID-19 transmission area. As a result, we are now all required to wear a mask when indoors. Click on resources below for more information.

Service Updates


Lake Quinault Lodge - Open
Sol Duc Resort - Closed for the season
Sol DucĀ CampgroundĀ - Closed for the season
Lake Crescent Lodge
- Open
Log Cabin Resort - Closed for the season
Log Cabin Campground - Closed for the season


Daily housekeeping service is not available, however, if you need anything during your stay to please contact the front desk.


As of September 4th, Clallam county (Lake Crescent, Log Cabin and Sol Duc Hot Springs) is requiring vaccine proof to eat indoors. Please have your vaccine card ready, otherwise please feel free to order to-go from our bar and sit outside. For additional information on the health order, please visit

All dining at the lodges are open, but offering revised services.

Lake Quinault - Roosevelt Dining Room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and does not require proof of vaccine. Guests are still able to get meals to go.

Tours, Activities & Other

  • Lake Crescent Kayak and Canoe Rentals - Closed for the Season
  • Hurricane Ridge - Open
  • Fairholme General Store - Closed for the season
  • Rainforest Tours - Open
  • Lake Crescent Scenic Boat Tours - Closed
  • Lake Quinault Boat Tours - Closed for the season
  • Lake Quinault Boat Rentals - Closed for the season
  • Lake Quinault Pool - Open
  • Lake Quinault Lodge Game Room - Open
  • Sol Duc Hot Springs - Closed for the season

Socially Distant, but Close to Nature

We are redefining the guest experience to meet safety guidelines while maximizing your vacation. Find out more >


As the coronavirus situation evolves, we want to let you know that speaking with a reservations associate in our contact center may take longer than usual. The fastest and easiest way to book reservations is through our online booking engine.


CDC website:

National Park Service Public Health Update webpage: