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Olympic National Park

Google Map Coordinates: Latitude: 47.969070 / Longitude: -123.498299

 

Camping

There are campgrounds in all of Olympic's environments. Many are open year-round, weather permitting. Campsites are first come, first served except during summer at Kalaloch.  No park campgrounds have electrical hookups or showers. Most have flush toilets in accessible restrooms, potable water, picnic tables and fire grates. Fees range from $10 to $18. Group campsites (more than 8 people) are available at Kalaloch and Sol Duc only.

 

 

Lodging

There are four concession-operated lodges in the park offering a variety of motel and lodge rooms or cabins. Call far ahead for reservations.

 

  • Kalaloch Lodge: open year-round, along coast on Highway 101 south of Forks. Cabins, motel, lodge rooms, restaurant, lounge, gift shop, camp store, gas. (360) 962-2271, www.visitkalaloch.com.
  • Lake Crescent Lodge: open early May to mid October (exact dates vary) on the south shore of the lake. Cot- tages, motel, lodge rooms, restaurant, lounge, boat rental. (360) 928-3211 or www.lakecrescentlodge.com.
  • Log Cabin Resort: open late May to September (exact dates vary) on Lake Crescent's north shore. Cabins, motel, RV park, restaurant, store, boat rental. (360) 928-3325, www.logcabinresort.net.
  • Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort: open April into October (exact dates vary). Cabins, RV park, swimming pool, hot mineral pools, massage, store, restaurant. (360) 327-3583, www.visitsolduc.com.

 

 

Location & Directions

Olympic National Park Visitor Center

Heart O’ the Hills Road

Port Angeles, WA 98362

800 833-6388

 

From the greater Seattle area and I-5 corridor, you can reach U.S. 101 by several different routes.

 

Cross Puget Sound on one of the Washington State Ferry System car and passenger ferries.

 

Drive south to Tacoma, take State Route 16, and cross Puget Sound at the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

 

Drive south to Olympia and access U.S. 101 there.