Explore Salt Creek Recreation Area

Explore Salt Creek Recreation Area

Tide pools, a sandy beach, hiking trails, WWII bunkers, and stunning views over Crescent Bay and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. If this sounds good to you then you’ll love Salt Creek Recreation Area. Salt Creek Recreation Area is a 196-acre park on U.S. Route 101, around 15 miles west of Port Angeles, WA.

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Marymere Falls – A Short Hike to a Long Drop

Marymere Falls, located in Olympic National Park near Lake Crescent, offers one of the area’s easiest and most popular hikes. Best of all, it’s capped off with one of the most beautiful waterfalls on the Peninsula. Lake Crescent, at the northern edge of Olympic National Park, is one of the state’s best outdoor recreation destinations.

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Visit the Tree of Life Washington State

Come see the Tree of Life, Washington State natural wonder, just 40 minutes from Manitou Lodge in Forks, WA. “What is the Tree of Life,” you ask? The “Tree of Life”, is a Sitka spruce, the largest kind of spruce, and one of Washington State’s most famous trees. Why is this tree famous? Oh, no

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The Perfect Day in Forks WA

Exploring downtown Forks WA on the Olympic Peninsula Forks WA is located in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula, between the Olympic Mountains and Pacific Ocean beaches. Manitou Lodge is only 15 minutes from town. Staying with us places visitors near the ocean beaches as well as front and center for exploring all the area

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Olympic National Park Beaches Near Manitou Lodge

Olympic National Park isn’t just glacier capped mountains and dense, mossy rain forests. It’s also 73 miles of pristine coastal wilderness! Come discover the Olympic National Park Beaches near Manitou Lodge! Olympic National Park is home to the longest stretch of unsullied, wild coastline in the lower 48 states. Several of the beaches along the

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