The Olympic Peninsula is a majestic and beautiful place, with dense forests, fast-running rivers, puzzle-like shorelines and picturesque waterfronts. And then, of course, there are the snow-capped mountains rising above glacial fjords and deep blue lakes. Enjoy a virtual tour of our part of the world, but plan to visit in person if you want the full experience!
First Beach at La Push Webcam: This camera faces west/southwest and usually displays the best quality images in the afternoon on sunny days (due to occasional glare from the sun in the morning hours). First Beach, a surfing and Twilight favorite, is easily accessible and open to all. Located near LaPush (about 15 miles west of Forks).
James Island at LaPush Webcam: This webcam features a view extending from the sea stacks and surf near the mouth of the Quillayute River across the Pacific Ocean to the western horizon. The sea stacks shown are located between James Island and Little James Island, near LaPush (about 15 miles west of Forks). The jetty visible at low tide creates part of the Quillayute River navigational channel. Watch for seals, seagulls, eagles and other wildlife!
Kalaloch Lodge Webcam: Kalaloch Lodge is located 35 miles south of Forks on Highway 101, in Olympic National Park on Washington’s beautiful and rugged west coast. This view of Kalaloch Creek and the Pacific Ocean will be automatically refreshed every 30 seconds.
Lake Crescent Webcam: The camera is near Lyre River on the north shore of the lake looking southeast towards the East Beach Area. The lake is 12 miles long and up to 600 ft deep with cold and clear water. Camping and boating are popular. Hwy 101 hugs the south shore as you travel between Forks and Port Angeles. The primary purpose of the camera is to monitor air quality in Olympic National Park.
Hurricane Ridge Webcam: Hurricane Ridge. Webcam reloads every 10 minutes. Awesome views from near the Visitor Center at around 5,000 feet, this camera offers a great view of the heart of the Olympics. Thanks to Olympic National Park for this camera.
Quillayute River Resort Webcam: Located at the confluence of the Sol Duc and Bogachiel Rivers where they become the Quillayute River. The camera faces east. Courtesy of Quillayute River Resort.
Many of the webcams are co-sponsored by the Forks Chamber of Commerce and the Quileute Nation. We love that technology makes it so easy to share the beauty of this little corner of our world. If you enjoy viewing the webcams, please help us keep them online – your contribution will be used to offset the cost of internet service. Please note: Contributions to our webcam expenses are NOT tax deductible.
CONTRIBUTE BY CHECK: If you prefer to send your contribution via personal check please write Webcam Contribution in the memo area of the check and send it to: Forks Chamber of Commerce, PO Box 1249, Forks WA 98331.
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