Visiting the Olympic Peninsula in early spring is a unique experience. Yes, it can get rainy, but good gear will negate any reasons to not get out there to enjoy the lush greens and fresh air. You can find exquisite glimpses of nature that only happen at this time of year. There is a quiet solitude on most trails and …Read More
Natural Wonders WOW THE WORLD
A natural UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its diverse ecosystems.
A 68-mile saltwater fjord, rich with underwater flora and fauna.
The longest natural sand spit in the U.S., growing 13 feet per year.
Welcome to the northwestern-most point in the contiguous United States.
A YEAR-ROUND LINEUP OF Festivals & Events
Meet at the River Center to see and hear the birds of the Dungeness riparian forest. Information from walks helps us understand the annual cycle of birds in Railroad Bridge …
The weekends of April 5-7 and 26-28, 2019. The Northwest Cup is a series of downhill mountain bike races across the northwest for all ages groups.
April 20 Rainfest: River and Ocean Days Film Festival, nature displays, annual kids Umbrella Parade and more! Most activities at the Rain Forest Arts Center WA Coast Cleanup CoastSavers.org Free …
Expect the Unexpected- OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
49 peaks over 6,500 feet. More than 600 miles of trails. 266 glaciers. Three temperate rainforests. Famous rivers, deep lakes and 22 misty waterfalls. Rocky, craggy, full of sea life beaches. Known for roaming Roosevelt elk and flying squirrels. One of the most isolated places in America. Home to the ‘Quietest Square Inch in the States.’ All in one park.Read More
From rugged to serene, Olympic Peninsula beaches stretch for miles and offer endless recreation and exploration. Trek the coastline, catch a wave, discover teeming tidepools and dramatic sea stacks, and soak up Pacific Ocean views and sunsets that will leave you breathless.Read More