Olympic National Park

Olympic Gold

Olympic National Park in the Pacific Northwest has a setting that defies belief. It looks like a fairy tale come to life.

Here, you can spend your days in a temperate rainforest collecting driftwood on the Pacific shore. Searching for sea urchins hiding in tide pools and gray whales surfacing on the horizon. Whoever dreamed up this world knew what they were doing.

From canoeing on Lake Crescent to the hot springs at Sol Duc, great options abound. For anyone looking to truly escape, this is a Pacific paradise.

Kalaloch Lodge offers prime seaside accommodations in a land of unimaginable beauty. It’s no wonder this place brings people back like the tide.

Ruby Beach

Red sand and rock islands define this unique beach on the southwest coast of the Olympic Peninsula.

Hoh Rainforest

It’s astonishing to walk through the most carefully preserved rainforest in the northern hemisphere.

Hurricane Ridge

This mountainous area was built for hiking and skiing. The views only grow more spectacular the higher you ascend.

Lake Crescent

Created by glaciers and acclaimed by all, this pristine lake is ideal for boats, canoes and kayaks.

Popular Activities

On the coast in Olympic National Park, you’ll experience one-of-a-kind moments that could fill the Pacific.

Two visitors looking at a sunset over the ocean in Olympic National Park


Step out on to eight different breathtaking beaches, which offer up tide pools, driftwood, and more.

Sea stars and anemones in a tide pool in Olympic National Park

Tide Pooling

Crystal-clear waters give you a glimpse at ocean creatures like sea stars, rock crabs and wolf eels.

A forest trail in Olympic National Park


Rainforest hike or ocean view? A million acres means countless diverse hiking trails at Olympic National Park.

A whale watching tour on the Olympic Peninsula

Whale Watching

Gray whales migrate through Olympic National Park, which gives you a firsthand look at these gentle giants.

Explore Lodging

Looking for a real getaway from everyday life? Kalaloch Lodge is the place. Featuring comfortable lodging with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, and without modern distractions like TV, cell service, and WiFi, this is a true escape in every sense of the word.

A main lodge guestroom at Kalaloch Lodge

Main Lodge

Guestrooms in the Main Lodge contain either 1 or 2 Queen beds, some with a view of Kalaloch Creek and the ocean. Learn more.
Bluff Cabin interior at The Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park

Bluff Cabins

Private cabins with a front-row view of the ocean. These units are always in high demand, so be sure to book ahead of time. Learn more.
Kalaloch Cabin interior in Olympic National Park

Kalaloch Cabins

These standalone cozy cabins feature comfortable bedding, and most include wood-burning stoves and kitchenettes. Learn more.
Seacrest House guestroom at The Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park

Seacrest House

Seacrest guestrooms are the closest thing to a standard hotel experience at Kalaloch, with private balconies or patios. Learn more.


Capture some breathtaking photos and all-time moments in Olympic National Park.

Visit Olympic

Olympic National Park is a special place. Ask anyone who has been there. Or find out for yourself.