you been longing for the windswept coasts and dark green rain forests of the
Pacific Northwest? Well, you’re in luck. Just 60 miles from Seattle on
Washington’s Olympic Peninsula lies your dream vacation destination! Olympic National Park sits on over 922,000 acres of pristine Pacific Northwest
- FUN FACTS –
Olympic Mountains on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula were first made into a
national monument in 1909. Although, it wasn’t until June of 1938 that the
area was officially named Olympic National Park.
park includes an amazing 73 miles of breathtaking wilderness coastline.
Olympic Mountains highest peak reaches 7,979 feet.
Given all this, it’s no surprise that
the park brings in over 3.2 million visitors per year.
What is the best time to visit the Park?
Winter: Despite the below-freezing temperatures, try
a snowshoe hike through a beautiful frosty mountain trail.
Spring: Spend a day hiking the beautiful trails in
the Hoh Rainforest.
Summer: The park is stunning through the summer where
temperatures average around 20 degrees during the day.
Autumn: This time of the year is perhaps the most picturesque
season in the park. The coast is wind-swept, the trees are changing, and snow
is starting to fall in the Olympic Mountains.
Where to Stay?
Sol Doc Hot Springs -
Known for its mineral hot springs and its location
to a few restaurants if you prefer to eat out.
Kalaloch Campground -
Set above miles of protected beach with endless options
Log Cabin Resort RV Park -
Great location for fishing or any water-based activities
such as kayaking as located right on Lake Crescent.
Things to Do
Go Kayaking -
The park has some great spots up to class V rapids
for the adventurous.
Go backpacking -
The Hoh Rainforest is one of the most amazing backpacking
spots on the planet.
Take a hike -
Two great options include Spruce Railroad Trail or
To see where you could include Olympic National
Park as part of a longer trip, please see our fantastic Tourbook with 31
suggested itineraries here
including our Northwest USA
For more information and how to book, contact your tour operator.
Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 30/06/2020