Olympic Fast Facts
There are 611 miles of trail for hiking and enjoyment in Olympic.
The Pacific Northwest's old growth forests produce three times the biomass (living or once living material) as tropical rain forests.
See these impressive forests up close by booking a lodging package that puts you right at the forests edge.
You don't need a fishing license to fish inside Olympic National park.
Call one of our reservations agents today and find out which lodges provide the best access to fishing in the park.
Olympic National Park is just a few hours from Seattle, you don't have to go far to relax away from all the noise of the big city.
Call one of our reservations agents today and see how easy it is to incorporate an Olympic Park vacation into your northwest vacation plans.
You can mix and match the select hotels near Olympic National Park and enjoy all the best that the northwest has to offer.
Call one of our reservations agents today and ask about the 'Best of the Northwest Package'.
Olympic National Park was almost named Elk National Park because of the largest unmanned herd that roams the area.
Call one of our reservations agents today and see these majestic animals for yourself!
Point of Arches as viewed from Shi Shi Beach is often named as one of the most beautiful beaches in Washington State?
Call one of our reservations agents today and learn which lodges are best suited for exploring the Olympic coastline.
Water sports are among the most popular activities around Olympic National Park? Not because of it's proximity to the ocean but due mainly to the large lakes and rivers throughout the area.
Ask one of our reservation specialists about booking your lake and ocean front vacation today!
There are no roads that pass through the heart of the Olympics? To really see the park you'll want to take day hikes or even rent a bike.
Call a reservations agent today to learn which lodges are best suited for accessing the park on foot or bike.