Attractions

Explore the Olympic Discovery Trail

Come discover the sights along Washington’s Olympic Discovery Trail. The 130-mile long public path crosses the Olympic Peninsula, from the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend to the pristine shores of the Pacific at La Push. Myriad hiking trails and walking paths crisscross Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Few are as long or storied, however, as the Olympic

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Drive the Olympic Peninsula Loop

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula offers a stunningly beautiful and diverse array of both natural and man-made attractions that would take months or even longer to truly explore. One way to get a small taste of all it has to offer is on the Olympic Peninsula Loop Drive! The US Highway 101, Olympic Peninsula Loop encircles the

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Best Tidepooling Beaches On The Olympic Peninsula

If you’re fascinated by weird and colorful sea life, you’re going to love exploring the tide pools of the Pacific Northwest. Not every beach is equal, however, and some offer far better tidepooling opportunities than others. Is there anything more fascinating than a tide pool teeming with weird and colorful sea life? Mussels, urchins, crabs,

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The Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula is home to so many waterfalls they’ve created a trail you can follow to catch them all. The Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail leads to 24 separate, spectacular waterfalls located around the Olympic Peninsula – many within easy reach of Manitou Lodge! As everyone knows, all water seeks the sea, and the Pacific

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Lake Quinault and the Quinault Rain Forest

Lake Quinault is a glacier fed, natural lake in the Quinault Rain Forest on the southern edge of Olympic National Park. The area, popular for its hiking trails, waterfalls, fishing, and more, is an easy drive south on 101 from Manitou Lodge. Guests of Manitou Lodge are surrounded by wonderful things to see and fun

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