Adventures In Olympic National Park

Dreaming of a National Park road trip to the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State? See gorgeous rainforests, mountains, beaches, lakes, and waterfalls.

Olympic National Park Visitor’s Center

Stop at the Visitor Center where you can get a map, select hiking trails, and learn about different areas of the park.

Hurricane Ridge

Hike Hurricane Hill Trail to the top for amazing views of Port Angeles & the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Experienced hikers can trek Klahhane Ridge to see wildflower meadows & wildlife.

Explore Tongue Point for crabs & starfish. Crescent Beach is a popular destination amongst surfers & campers featuring clear water & rock islands.

Salt Creek Recreation 

Sol Duc Falls

Enjoy a rainforest waterfall hike through the old-growth forest to an overlook of the majestic falls. Stay at the Sol Duc Hot Springs & relax in the mineral pools.

Lake Crescent

This beautiful, crystal lake is popular amongst families. The Marymere Falls hike is an easy scenic trail that overlooks the falls. Visit Barnes Point to swim in the turquoise waters.

Rialto Beach is a great area to see a phenomenal sunset or head to Ruby Beach for an afternoon & bring a picnic to enjoy on the rocky sandy shores.

Pacific Coast

Hoh Rain Forest

One of the few temperate rainforests in the United States - this is a must-see. The Hall of Mosses Trail leads deep into the forest where you can explore amongst spruce & pine.

Kalaloch Beach

Camp at the Kalaloch Campground and take a moment to be fascinated by the Tree of Life. A large Sitka Spruce, see where the sand was washed away from the roots.