All posts tagged: "Olympic Peninsula"

Forks Washington Hotels? Try Manitou Lodge.

Looking for Forks Washington hotels? Consider a stay at the Manitou Lodge and reap the benefits of our conveniently located rainforest accommodations. There are endless reasons to visit the Forks, WA area. Olympic National Park, Twilight, the Hoh Rainforest, Tree Root Cave, Lake Crescent, La Push, and so much more. Don’t let disappointing accommodations mar

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Discover Olympic National Park Waterfalls

The waterfalls in Olympic National Park provide some of the area’s most striking and iconic views. The Olympic Peninsula is home to a great number of waterfalls – many of which are surprisingly easy to get to. There’s just something soothing and entrancing about a waterfall. The sight of the water as it cascades down

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The Makah Museum – Doorway To The Past

The Makah Museum, in Neah Bay, WA, is internationally recognized as one of the nation’s finest tribal museums. The museum’s fascinating collection of pre-contact Makah artifacts is unrivaled and well worth your time. The Makah are an indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest. The tribe’s traditional lands, now the Makah reservation, are located on the

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Spruce Railroad Trail – Discover Lake Crescent

The Spruce Railroad Trail is a popular and fairly easy, four mile long hike that skirts the shores of scenic Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park. Olympic National Park’s Lake Crescent was formed by melting glaciers during the last ice age. It has the distinction of being Washington’s second deepest lake. The area is home

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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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