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Olympic National Forest

Olympic National Park, WA
+1 360-565-3130
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Pristine forest surrounding the Olympic Mountain range.
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  • Very good15%
  • Average2%
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Olympic National Park, WA
+1 360-565-3130
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Reviewed yesterday

I will make this as short and simple as I can. I have been to quite a few of our nations wonderful national parks and I love them all!! Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Zion, Arches, Bryce, Denali, Canyonlands etc etc. In my humble opinion though,...More

Thank GeoffC3100
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

From Seattle we traveled through Tacoma along the northern route around Olympic National Park with plans to see the Pacific Ocean in La Push, WA. Plan a good 6 hrs, because you will stop for pictures along the way. Hwy 101 is a beautiful scenic...More

1  Thank Eric B
Reviewed 1 week ago

The forest is a magical place, so lush and green, so peaceful. Around very bend in the trail is a another beautiful view of the trees and the lush undergrowth.

Thank Rosemary W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

25 dollars will get you a week long pass to beautiful water falls, never ending beaches, and mystical forests. The park is gigantic, so leave yourselves enough traveling time and days to see all of the beautiful sights.

1  Thank Nolan Y
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is why we went to the Olympic Park, The trees and moss covering create a very special experience that defies description. Suffice to say everyone will take away something special from walking these trails.

Thank mike t
Reviewed 1 week ago

We love going to all the National Parks specially with the Senior Pass ( a must if your a senior). This is a beautiful park and a must visit!

1  Thank 2013TravelinFool
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I spent 3 days hiking the trail with 3 other girlfriends. We packed to first night to Happy Four spent the night, then on to Lewis Meadows. This was my 1st hike ever with a 35 pound pack and I did t think I would...More

Thank Berlinda B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

we stayed at the best western Olympic lodge..convenient to everything. First day Hurricane Ridge. Stunning. Then elwha valley. Second day La Push and Second Beach. Check tide tables..go at low tide. Hoh rainforest. Beautiful tall trees covered with moss. Sol duc falls. Gorgeous. Dinner at...More

5  Thank Julie A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You cannot go wrong driving thru and hiking this treasure trove. Waterfalls, trails of all degrees. Trees and flowers galore!! Simply stunning!!

Thank Gfrau
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was one of the best trips we've ever had to a national park and we have been to many of the great ones, such as GSMNP, Rocky Mountains, Tetons, Yellowstone, Yosemite, etc. I am thankful we had 3 full days and two nights in...More

3  Thank ACTtherapist
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Gulafshan A
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Response from Berlinda B | Reviewed this property |
If you're taking a baby and toddler, I would suggest you use a backpack styled carrier as the trails are not really accessible for strollers and such.