Port Angeles: The Authentic Northwest. Mention the Pacific Northwest to someone and the images immediately start to form...Majestic mountains with ancient glaciers that adorn the peaks of Olympic National Park. Lush massive trees and the amazing array of the color green evident in the forests. And the genuine close-knit downtown of Port Angeles with its proud heritage linked to Native American culture, evident in the murals and names used throughout our region.
With plenty of day trips and nearby cultural attractions, the location of the Olympic Lodge can't be beat!
- Adjacent to Peninsula Golf Club, www.golfinportangeles.com
- 1 mile from Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, www.pafac.org – open year round, featuring contemporary art with a 5-acre "museum without walls"
- 1 1/2 miles from Fiero Marine Life Center, www.feiromarinelifecenter.org – located on the waterfront and showcasing more than 80 live specimens of local marine life with touch tanks
- 1 1/4 mile from the Museum at the Carnegie, www.clallamhistoricalsociety.com – providing visitors with a look at the history of Port Angeles
- 2 miles from Strait of Juan de Fuca
- 2 miles from Ferry Terminal to Victoria, BC, www.cohoferry.com
- 4 miles from Ediz Hook, a natural sand spit reaching out into the strait of Juan de Fuca, creating the Port Angeles Harbor
- 12 miles from Elwha Bridge, on the national historic register with scenic views of the Elwha River Gorge
- 16 miles from Lake Sutherland, a warm freshwater lake that offers many fishing and boating activities
- 17 miles from Hurricane Ridge, with panoramic views of the Olympic mountain range and the Strait of Juan de Fuca
- 18 miles from Lake Crescent, an awesome deep freshwater lake that is 8 1/2 miles long, featuring great fishing, kayaking and hiking
- 20 miles from Salt Creek Recreation area, with tide pools and an array of marine life
- 44 miles from Sol Duc Falls, offering hiking and natural hot spring pools
- 70 miles from Rialto Beach and the Pacific Ocean, both are highlights of the Washington coastline72 miles from Neah Bay & Cape Flattery, the northwestern-most point of the contiguous United States with beautiful rock formations and beaches
- 88 miles from the Hoh & Quinalt Rainforests, two of the four rich temperate rain forest canopies that lie on the west side of Washington's Olympic Mountains