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    Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

    Sol Duc – Pools web

    12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Road
    Port Angeles, WA 98363
    Phone: 360-327-3583

    Website: http://www.olympicnationalparks.com
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/olympicnationalpark

    Surrounded by majestic mountains and towering evergreens, with easy access to the hot mineral pools, massage therapists, café, restaurant, and Olympic National Park trails, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort is the ideal vacation destination. Season dates: March 28 – October 19, 2014  

    Lake Crescent Lodge

    Lake Crescent Lodge Main Exterior – evening small web

    416 Lake Crescent Road
    Port Angeles, WA 98363
    Phone: 360-928-3211

    Website: http://www.olympicnationalparks.com
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/olympicnationalpark

    Step Back in Time & Unwind 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 [Read more...]

    Lake Quinault Lodge

    Lake Quinault Lodge – main exterior evening small

    345 South Shore Road
    Quinault, WA 98575
    Phone: 360-288-2900

    Website: http://www.olympicnationalparks.com
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/olympicnationalpark

    Where the Rest Comes Easy 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 [Read more...]

    USDA Forest Service, Pacific Ranger District

    US Forest Service

    437 Tillicum Lane
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: (360) 374-6522
    Email: mailroom_R6_olympic@fs.fed.us
    Website: http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/olympic/

    Manages all U.S. Forest Service/Dept. of Agriculture (Olympic National Forest) lands including ONF campgrounds and recreational areas on the Olympic Peninsula

    Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park

    600 East Park Ave.
    Port Angeles, WA 98362
    Phone: (360) 565-3005
    Email: barb_maynes@nps.gov
    Website: http://www.nps.gov/olym/

    One of the 5th largest National Parks in the United States with three very different eco-systems. The park includes wilderness ocean beaches, temperate rainforests and the Olympic Mountains. Within the park there are lakes, rivers, waterfalls, 600 miles of hiking trails, etc. The park contains 923 acres, which is 95% designated wilderness. Visitor Center located [Read more...]

    Kalaloch Lodge

    Kalaloch Lodge

    157151 Highway 101
    Forks, WA 98331
    Phone: 360-962-2271
    Email: Kalalochinfo@dncinc.com
    Website: http://www.TheKalalochLodge.com
    Facebook: http://facebook.com/kalalochlodge

    Stay at Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park Kalaloch Lodge is an Olympic National Park hotel property located a few sandy steps from the pristine Pacific coast.  Tucked between lowland forest, temperate rainforest and marine sanctuary, Kalaloch offers accommodations with spectacular views, comfortable amenities and unrivaled outdoor recreation. Kalaloch is your Olympic Peninsula escape, whether [Read more...]

    Log Cabin Resort

    Log Cabin Resort 2 small

    2183 East Beach Road
    Port Angeles, WA 98363
    Phone: 360-928-3325

    Website: http://www.olympicnationalparks.com
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/olympicnationalpark

    When Life Was Simple! Originally built as the Log Cabin Hotel, it was erected in 1895 overlooking beautiful Lake Crescent by Mr. Saunders, a Collector of Customs from Port Townsend. It was a handsomely constructed two-story building of peeled cedar logs. The hotel was a “far-famed” vacation spot until it fell victim to fire in [Read more...]