Lodging for Olympic National Park
For those looking to visit Olympic National Park, there is a good variety of lodgings to choose from. Read more...
Maybe you’d like to relax in extravagant style or maybe you’d like to feel a little closer to nature by tent camping. If the former sounds more like what you’re looking for, consider Lake Quinault Lodge, a rustic resort hotel built in 1926. Today, visitors can sunbathe on the lakeside cabana beach, relax in the sauna after a strenuous day out hiking, or even get a massage in the spa. This lodge truly offers a bit of luxury in the midst of pristine national park wilderness.
If a more rustic, rugged approach is more your style, there are other lodging options in Olympic National Park to fit your needs. Log Cabin Resort is one such location, nestled in forests of cedar and fir on the shores of Lake Crescent. The cabins feature lake front views, fire pits for late night bonfires and picnic areas. Another option, the Forks Motel, offers lodging in an ideal location for Twilight fans and non-fans alike. The motel is located just 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean and 30 miles from the Hoh Rainforest.