Welcome, Guests! We’ve been looking forward to your return to the beautiful Olympic Peninsula! Looking for info on Olympic Peninsula Camping? As I type this, camping on the Olympic Peninsula remains closed – but don’t fret.

As a fantastic alternative to camping on the Olympic Peninsula, we encourage you to explore our lodging options. Manitou Lodge is centrally located to many outdoor day use parks and attractions currently opening.

Download and use the attached guidelines for enjoying your visit to the Olympic Peninsula. Rest assured that Manitou Lodge and local businesses have been preparing to welcome you safely onto the Olympic Peninsula.

Olympic Peninsula Camping may not be open, but what is?

The Olympic National Park has many sites open for day use visitors. Entry passes and backcountry permits are required. In the Olympic National Forest recreation passes and permits are required at some locations. Many day use sites and trailheads are open.

Manitou Lodge is also open!

Our cabins and cottages allow for easy and excellent social distancing. Come enjoy your own little slice of quiet here at our sanctuary in the woods.

Manitou Lodge is located just a 45 minute drive from the Hoh Rainforest. The famous Rialto Beach, spectacularly rugged and log-strewn, is just 3 miles away. Our local beaches are open for day use and your personal exploration!

Our top priority is the health and safety of our visitors and residents. Manitou Lodge, along with local restaurants, shops, and tourist destinations, are taking everyone’s safety very seriously. We look forward to welcoming you and making sure you have a fun, safe time.

To help you plan a safe return to the Olympic Peninsula, please download our area’s Guidelines for Enjoying Your Visit to the Olympic Peninsula, here.