Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park

Lodging & Dining

Kalaloch Lodge

The lodge is located on the scenic coast off U.S. 101, 36 miles south of Forks. There are 44 cabins with kitchenettes; 20 sit right on a coastal bluff. Built in 1953, the present lodge has 10 special guest rooms as well as 10 motel-style rooms at nearby Sea Crest House. All accommodations have private baths. Reservations are accepted. It is open year-round. There are no TVs. Phones are in the lobby and there is a small bar, a gift shop, a grocery store and fuel service. NPS offers interpretive programs in the summer. For more information please call (360) 962-2271or (866) 662-9969 or visit thekalalochlodge.com.

Dining: Enjoy the spectacular sunset in the casual atmosphere of the Kalaloch Lodge dining room. Entrées include fresh, local seafood dishes, steak and chicken. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served. Casual dress and reservations are recommended for dinner. Starbucks coffee is served in the restaurant and lattes in the mercantile.

Lake Crescent Lodge

The historic Lake Crescent Lodge is located on the north side of Olympic National Park on the shore of the beautiful Lake Crescent. The lodge is an ideal base camp for the variety of recreational activities in the park while allowing guests to experience the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort. Lake Crescent Lodge features rooms in its historic main building as well as several other room options in additional buildings and cabins. All of the rooms offer stunning views of the lake and/or mountains and chances to see wildlife. To make reservations call (888) 723-7127 or visit olympicationalparks.com.

Dining: The lakefront dining room overlooks Lake Crescent and offers breakfast, lunch and dinner from early May to mid October. The lodge promotes wines from award winning Pacific Northwest wine regions.

Lake Quinault Lodge

On the south shore of Lake Quinault in Olympic National Forest, this handsome timber lodge has welcomed park visitors since 1926. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was a guest here in the 1930s. Overstuffed leather furniture, American Indian designs and a brick fireplace decorate the lobby. The main lodge has 31 guest rooms, 36 lakeside rooms, 16 fireplace rooms and nine annex rooms. All rooms have private baths while some even have gas fireplaces. Reservations are accepted. It is open all year. There are no TVs. Phones are in the lobby, and a gift shop, a masseuse, an indoor pool, a sauna, a game room, and nearby hiking and seasonal boat rentals are available. Please call (800) 562-6672 or (360) 288-2900 or visit olympicnationalparks.com.

Dining: The dining room has a spectacular lake view (large parties can be accommodated). Traditional Pacific Northwest cuisine is featured which includes seafood, chicken, steak and pasta selections for the main entrées. Salmon and other fresh fish are the house specialty. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served. Casual dress is recommended and reservations are required for dinner.

Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

At Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, 40 miles west of Port Angeles in the Sol Duc River Valley, you can soak in three mineral pools with temperatures ranging from 100—105°F. 

The present lodge was built in the late 1960s, but a resort has been here since 1914. The resort has 32 cabins and 1 suite, all with private baths. Six of them are duplex kitchen cabins, five are stand-alone kitchen cabins and one is a River Suite with a 10-person conference room. There are also 17 RV sites with water and electric hook-ups. Reservations are accepted. The resort is open from late March to mid October. Amenities include a swimming pool and three hot spring pools, massage therapy, phones in the lobby, a gift shop and a grocery store, camping supplies and gifts. For information, call (360) 327-3583 or (866) 4-SOLDUC (476-5382) or visit olympicnationalparks.com.

Dining: The restaurant overlooking the hot springs offers Northwest sea-food, chicken, vegetarian and pasta dishes. Breakfast and dinner are served. A poolside deli offers hamburgers, salads, sandwiches and ice cream daily in summer. Casual dress; no reservations are accepted.