As of July 12, 2021, the Quileute Reservation is now open to non-tribal members. This include First Beach at La Push, Second Beach, and the Quileute Oceanside Resort. Visit QuileuteNation.org for more information. Visit our Open & Closure Blog for a comprehensive list.
From the historic timber town of Forks to the surfboard-worthy waves and sea stacks of First Beach at La Push, this Olympic Peninsula region is ideal for those seeking coastal experiences and adventure, the lush Hoh Rain Forest or to explore the town made famous by the Twilight Saga novels.
Discover 70 miles of protected coastline and a sanctuary teeming with wildlife, from tidal pools to eagles to deer–and sometimes cougar and bear! Hike forested trails, explore the Quillayute River brimming with salmon and trout and dig into the deep–rooted culture of the local Native American tribes, like the Quileute, Hoh and Makah.
The town of Forks is the ideal basecamp for Olympic Peninsula adventure and a destination on its own, drawing Twilight fans from around the globe. Imagine walking with the “warewolves” on the beach, or exploring the forest with “vampires.” Take the self-guided Twilight tour provided by the Forks Visitor Information Center and check out our digital Twilight Drive the Loop map for more ways to explore!
Upper Hoh Road Construction
Visitors to the Hoh Rain Forest should be aware of traffic delays due to road work on Upper Hoh Road outside the park near milepost 10 at Canyon Creek. On weekdays between 8am-5pm, expect flaggers and delays up to 30 minutes through the project limits (Milepost 3 through Milepost 11). Outside of these work hours, drivers should expect minor delays at the temporary traffic signals for alternating single-lane traffic in operation 24 hours a day.
Visit https://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/conditions.htm for updates or call the Olympic National Park Hotline at 360-565-3131.