Olympic Peninsula webcams

Wanting to check the conditions before you head out for the day’s adventures? Good idea! This collection of Olympic Peninsula webcams can help you to do just that.

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula offers a grand variety of activities, from hiking and biking, to kayaking, canoeing, beachcombing, surfing, and more. The area’s unique topography of forests, mountains, and coastal plains creates a variety of micro-climates that can be difficult to anticipate.

Washington Coast webcams provide up to the moment images, so you can plan accordingly. Check the weather or just enjoy a virtual visit to some of Olympic Peninsula’s most popular destinations.

Olympic Peninsula Webcams

James Island Webcam
This webcam shows the sea stacks near the mouth of the Quillayute River across the Pacific to the west. Visit the James Island Webcam link.

First Beach Webcam
The First Beach camera faces east/southeast and displays the best quality images in the afternoon on sunny days. Visit the First Beach Webcam.

Quillayute River Webcam
This Olympic Peninsula webcam is located where the confluence of the Sol Duc and Bogachiel Rivers form the Quillayute River. Visit the Quillayute River Webcam.

ONRC Webcam
The UW Olympic Natural Resources Center (ONRC) is an important resource for forestry and marine science issues. This webcam looks northeast, through the trees, towards the City of Forks. Visit the ONRC Webcam.

Lake Crescent Webcam
This glacier-carved lake between Port Angeles and Forks is 12 miles long and up to 600 feet deep.Visit the Lake Crescent Webcam.

Port Angeles Harbor Webcam
This waterfront webcam provides views of Port Angeles Harbor and the US Coast Guard Station at Ediz Hook. You may also see the Coho Ferry or the Victoria Express Passenger Ferry pass by. Visit the Port Angeles Harbor Webcam.

New Dungeness Lighthouse Webcam
The New Dungeness Light Station is one of the oldest lighthouses in the Northwest. Several of the original buildings intact. Visit the New Dungeness Lighthouse Webcam.

Hurricane Ridge Webcam
Hurricane Ridge Placed near the Visitor Center at around 5,000 feet, this camera offers a great view of the heart of the Olympics. Visit the Hurricane Ridge Webcam. Curious about crowds at Hurricane Ridge? Take a gander at the Hurricane Ridge Parking Lot Webcam.

Hood Canal Bridge Webcams
At 1.5 miles long, the Hood Canal Bridge is the world’s longest floating saltwater tidal bridge – and the third longest floating bridge in the world. Visit the Hood Canal Bridge Webcams.

Olympic Peninsula Lodging

Manitou Lodge’s location, just west of Forks on the Olympic Peninsula, makes us the perfect home base for all your Olympic Peninsula adventures. Let our broad range of accommodations, knowledge of the area, and history of excellent service help make your Washing ton Coast vacation the best it possibly can be. Book your stay at Manitou Lodge today!