Getting Here

Getting Here

The best way to see the Olympic Peninsula is by car. Many visitors like to drive from Aberdeen on northbound US-101 and "do the loop", ending in Olympia, taking three or four days to visit the Olympic National Park and Forest area.

Lake Quinault Lodge

345 S Shore Rd, Quinault, WA 98575

Lake Quinault Lodge is located approximately 3 hours from Seattle, WA and 3.5 hours from Portland, OR. 

Lake Crescent Lodge

416 Lake Crescent Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98363

Lake Crescent Lodge is located on the north side of Olympic Peninsula. It is situated approximately 25 miles southwest of Port Angeles, Washington, on Highway 101.

Log Cabin Resort

3183 E Beach Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98363

Log Cabin Resort, like Lake Crescent Lodge, is located on the north side of Olympic Peninsula. It is approximately 25 miles west of Port Angeles, WA, on East Beach Road. 

Sol Duc Hot Springs

12076 Sol Duc-Hot Springs Rd, Port Angeles, WA 98363

Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort is centrally located on the north side of Olympic Peninsula in Washington State. Just 12 miles into the interior of Olympic National Park, it is easy to reach from Highway 101, which circumnavigates the Olympic Peninsula.

Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge is located south of Port Angeles and centered in Olympic National Park. 

Other Helpful Information:

  • For recorded road information regarding Olympic National Park & Forest call 360.565.3131
  • For passenger and vehicle ferry between Victoria, British Columbia, and Port Angeles, Washington, we partner with BlackBall Ferry Line.
  • For Washington State ferry fare & ticketing details, travel conditions, and other information, please visit the Washington State Department of Transportation website.