Destinations TO VISIT
Anchored by the majestic Olympic Mountains and bordered by the Pacific Ocean, Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Hood Canal, the Olympic Peninsula offers an unexpected experience as diverse as its terrain.
There’s a lot of ground and water to cover in 3,600 square miles, from mountains, ocean and waterfall- laden rain forests to hip, artsy seaside towns. Sleep beneath the stars, towering trees or the rafters of historic waterside lodges. Drive a 61-mile coastline stretch deemed one of the most scenic in the region. Discover Native American culture rooted as deep as the Peninsula’s ancient trees. Or plan a Twilight adventure in the small town where Bella’s story all began. Feed your appetite for land and water adventure, and save room for farm-to-table fare and some of the best fresh seafood your palate can imagine.