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Olympic National Park, WA

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Mountains and lillies
Mountains and lillies

Mountains and lillies

NPS photo by Benjamin Komar

Heart o
Heart o' the Hills Campground

Heart o' the Hills Campground

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Elwha Campground
Elwha Campground

Elwha Campground

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Hoh Rainforest
Hoh Rainforest

Hoh Rainforest

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Altair Campground
Altair Campground

Altair Campground, along the Elwha River

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Hoh Campground
Hoh Campground

Hoh Campground

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Lake Crescent
Lake Crescent

Lake Crescent

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Rialto Beach
Rialto Beach

Rialto Beach

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Fairholme Campground
Fairholme Campground

Fairholme Campground

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Bailey Range
Bailey Range

Bailey Range

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Roosevelt elk in the Hoh rainforest
Roosevelt elk in the Hoh rainforest

Roosevelt elk in the Hoh rainforest

NPS photo by Jon Preston

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Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park is a land of beauty and variety. A day's exploration can take you from breathtaking mountain vistas with meadows of wildflowers to colorful ocean tide pools. Nestled in the valleys...[more]

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Olympic National Park
600 East Park Avenue
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Email:olym_visitor_center@nps.gov

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Directions

Traveling by Car From the greater Seattle area and I-5 corridor, you can reach the park by several different routes: > Cross Puget Sound on one of the Washington State Ferries. Access U.S. 101 from Port Townsend (State Route 20), Kingston (State Route 104), or Bainbridge Island (State Routes 305 & 104). Be aware that State Route 104 crosses the Hood Canal Bridge which closes periodically for boat traffic. > From Tacoma (I-5), take State Route 16 to Bremerton; take State Route 3 north from Bremerton to State Route 104; be aware that State Route 104 crosses the Hood Canal Bridge which closes periodically for boat traffic. > Access U.S. 101 at Olympia (via I-5) > You may also access the park by following U.S. 101 north from Aberdeen, via the Washington/Oregon coast or U.S. 12 west from I-5. Public Transit > Clallam Transit System provides service within Port Angeles and commuter services to locations around the northern Olympic Peninsula.

Activities
  • AUTO TOURING AUTO TOURING
  • BIKING BIKING
  • BOATING BOATING
  • CAMPING CAMPING
  • CLIMBING CLIMBING
  • FISHING FISHING
  • HIKING HIKING
  • HORSEBACK RIDING HORSEBACK RIDING
  • PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY
  • SWIMMING SWIMMING
  • WILDLIFE VIEWING WILDLIFE VIEWING
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