3002 Mount Angeles Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone (360) 565-3130
Open daily year-round; closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Open 9 AM - 4 PM in fall and winter. Hours vary according to season. Call (360) 565-3131 for current hours.
Visitor information, exhibits about Olympic's natural and cultural history, hands-on "Discovery Room" for kids, Passport stamping station, award-winning orientation film "Mosaic of Diversity" (25 minutes) shown upon request, bookstore, two short nature trails.
Wilderness Information Center
Olympic National Park Visitor Center, 3002 Mount Angeles Road, Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 565-3100.
Information and trip planning advice for all wilderness users, including current trail reports, safety, weather and Leave No Trace tips.
Wilderness Camping (Backpacking) Permits and bear canisters available. E-mail the Wilderness Information Center or call (360)565-3100.
Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center
About 17 miles south of Port Angeles, up the Hurricane Ridge Road
The Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center burned down on May 7, 2023. Hurricane Ridge has limited capacity. Please check the link for more information on entry to Hurricane Ridge. Learn more here.
Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center
Hoh Rain Forest, approximately 31 miles south of Forks off Highway 101
18113 Upper Hoh Rd., Forks, WA 98331
Phone: (360) 565-3000
Open Friday-Sunday, 10 AM to 4:30 PM and closed January/February. Open daily in summer; Hours vary according to season.
Visitor information, exhibits, Passport stamping station, bookstore. Two self-guided nature trails and the Hoh River Trail start near the visitor center. Guided walks and talks are offered during the summer. Wilderness Camping Permits should be picked up at a Wilderness Information Center.
No food service is available in the Hoh Rain Forest and the closest gas station is 31 miles away.
Kalaloch Ranger Station
156954 U.S. Highway 101
Forks, WA 98331
Phone: (360) 962-2283
Closed fall/winter. Please call for 360-565-3131 for latest summer hours. Days/hours vary in the spring season.
Visitor information about the coast, Forks, and other areas on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula; Passport stamping station, book store. Guided walks and talks are offered during the summer.