Lodging

 

Lodging Inside the Park
The lodges and cabins located throughout Olympic National Park provide a range of accommodations. Visitors may choose from rooms in historic hotels dating back to the early 1900s, modern motel type accommodations, or rustic cabins. Reservations are strongly encouraged. Rooms book up fast, especially in July and August.

 
Kalaloch Lodge balcony
Kalaloch Lodge

NPS Photo/R. McKenna

Kalaloch Lodge
Season: Year round.
Accommodations: Campsites, cabins, and lodge rooms.
Amenities: Restaurant, gift shop and mercantile.
Reservations: Visit the Kalaloch Lodge's website for reservations and further information.

 
Lake Crescent Lodge in the evening
Lake Crescent Lodge

Aramark Photo

Lake Crescent Lodge
Season: May - January, some cabins available on weekends during winter.
Accommodations: Cottages, cabins, and lodge rooms.
Amenities: Restaurant, gift store, and kayak rentals.
Reservations: Visit Lake Crescent Lodge's website for reservations and further information.

 
Two Log Cabin cottages
Log Cabin Resort

Aramark Photo

Log Cabin Resort
Location: Lake Crescent
Season: Late May - September
Accommodations: Campsites, chalets, cabins, and lodge rooms.
Amenities: Cafe, deli, gift shop, convenience store, laundry, and boat rentals.
Reservations: Visit the Log Cabin Resort's website for reservations and further details.

 
Sol Duc Lodge and Hotsprings Resort.
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

Aramark Photo

Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Season: March - October
Accommodations: Campsites, cabins, and suites.
Amenities: Hot spring pools, restaurant, deli, convenience store and gift shop.
Reservations: Visit the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort's website for reservations and further details.

 

Lodging Outside the Park
A variety of lodging options are available in the gateway communities surrounding Olympic. In these areas, options range from luxurious to affordable, including hotels and motels, bed & breakfasts, and vacation rentals. To help plan your visit, refer to the park map for locations of nearby towns and accommodations along your route.

 

North Peninsula
The largest communities on the North Peninsula are Port Angeles, Sequim, and Port Townsend. For accommodations and lodging, explore local Chamber of Commerce websites:

Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission
Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce
Sequim Chamber of Commerce
Jefferson County (Port Townsend) Chamber of Commerce

 

West Peninsula
Communities on the coastal strip of the Peninsula are small and located far apart. The largest town is Forks. Other accommodations exist in La Push, Lake Quinault, Sekiu, and Neah Bay. For details, refer to local Chamber of Commerce websites:

Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission
Forks Chamber of Commerce
Lake Quinault and Grays Harbor County Chamber of Commerce
Clallam Bay/Sekiu Chamber of Commerce
Neah Bay Chamber of Commerce

 

East Peninsula
Lodging is available in communities located along the Hood Canal, including Hoodsport, Quilcene, and Brinnon. The larger cities of Shelton and Olympia are located further south on Highway 101. Visit local Chamber of Commerce websites for further details:

Olympic Peninsula Tourism Commission
Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce (Shelton and Hoodsport)
North Hood Canal Chamber of Commerce (Quilcene and Brinnon)

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Mailing Address:

600 E. Park Avenue
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Phone:

(360) 565-3130

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