Northwestern Washington offers a variety of incredible outdoor activities and experiences at Olympic National Park, in the surrounding foothills and via the ferry over the Strait of Juan de Fuca into Victoria, B.C.
The Olympic Lodge encourages you to enhance your visit to the Olympic Peninsula with adventure, exploration, and to enjoy the natural beauty of our area. Our staff can suggest the vendors who specialize in delivering unique experiences and would love to make recommendations that you and your family are sure to love!
Whether it’s hiking, snowshoeing, or tide-pooling, have we got the adventure for you!
With this package, you get a full-day, guided tour of some of Olympic National Park’s best attractions. You work with your guide to choose two half-day adventures or explore one destination for the entire day! All park fees, equipment, snacks, lunch and water are included with this package. Tailor your fun for the day by choosing activities like snowshoeing in Heart O’Hills, visiting the mountains, exploring the rainforest (half day to Sol Duc/Lake Crescent) or tour the coast (half day to Salt Creek).
After your full day adventure, relax your sore muscles in the Olympic Lodge's Jacuzzi, then retire to your room to drift off and dream of the amazing sites of the day.
When you book your Olympic tour with us, receive 10% off the regular tour rates. Any tour cancelled within 72 hours will be charged the full tour rate.
Book your package now by calling our front desk at 1-360-452-2993 and asking for the Choose Your Olympic Adventure package.
The winter months on the Olympic Peninsula bring less rain than Seattle and allow our local area golf courses to stay open year-round. Book your stay now and head out to a course that showcases some of the most amazing views you will ever witness on a golf course. Stay with us and we would love for you to come share a memorable golfing experience at Peninsula Golf Club, located adjacent to the hotel!
Then, take a swing at the course voted BEST GOLF COURSE in Evening Magazines "Best Northwest Escapes" voters poll THREE years in a row, The Cedars at Dungeness, located 20 minutes from the hotel, is not your average golf course. This year-round 6,610-yard, par 72, 18-hole Championship course is known to be the driest course in Western Washington.
Inquire at the front desk about passes to both courses.
So, come enjoy some beautiful scenery while playing the best courses in the Northwest!
Use Olympic Lodge for your base camp, as you set out on a winter adventure in one of the country’s most beautiful national parks which offers both Skiing and snowboarding. Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club is dedicated to keeping winter sports friendly, affordable and inclusive for all. The Olympics are the only ski area in the world where we ski and ride in the Olympics every day and you can go from surfing level to ski/ride level in just 17 miles.
Hurricane Ridge Shuttle
During the winter All Points Charter & Tours will be offering transportation to Hurricane Ridge every day the Ridge is open. We depart at 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. from the waterfront at the Landing Mall and return from the Ridge at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. There is an additional pick up at Vern Burton Community Center at 4th Street and Peabody. The price is $20 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under, under 6 free. There is an additional charge of $5 by the Olympic national Park. Call 360-460-7131 to make a reservation. http://www.goallpoints.com/calendar.html
Reserve online or call 360-452-2993.