Long before the Twilight book and movie series placed Forks on the radar for its fans, the area was known as a jumping off point for visiting Olympic National Park, Olympic National Forest, and the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. It is the rainiest town in the contiguous United States, and home to nearby lush rain forests cloaked in emerald green mosses. In addition to being a great home base for exploring our Parks and all things Twilight, Forks is also home to fabulous museums, the logging and mill tour, coastal tribal areas and year-round events. Use the links below to discover all the things to do in Forks WA and the nearby surrounding areas of the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
This 5 day travel guide packs in great Forks and Olympic Peninsula fun!
Learn more by visiting local museums, galleries & monuments.
Available Wednesdays May – August.
Olympic National Park, Forest and Sanctuary await your visit.
Learn about LaPush, Hoh, and Neah Bay tribal areas.
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