Explore Olympic National Park
Imagine a place where you can catch flying fish, hike through a rainforest, and enjoy a day of absolute wilderness all in one day. Olympic National Park is home to mountain, coastal and forest ecosystems that come together to create a magical park filled with wildlife and wilderness adventures. United Nations has designated this park as an International Biosphere Reserve, as well as a World Heritage Site. The park offers natural beauty and exploration for the millions of visitors that stop by every year.
A large portion of students and scientists use the park as a laboratory to explore the various ecosystems. Some of the exciting places to visit here are Lake Crescent, the magical Sol Duc Falls, Rialto Beach, Hurricane Ridge, and the Hoh Rainforest. Each attraction offers diverse recreational and educational experiences for all ages. The busiest time of the year is during the warmer summer months, from June until September, though the park is an incredible place to wander all year long.
Things to Do
When it comes to activities and fun things to do in the park, the options are limitless. Visitors can take part in ranger-led or night sky programs, go boating and camp for the night or go hiking, climbing, tide pooling, fishing, and enjoy winter activities such as snowshoe adventures.
Visit the main Olympic National Park website for more information here.
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