Staff suggested a beautiful trail for 70+ year old hikers. Marymere Falls showed a variety of the parks's treasures.
Like most the national park visitor centers, this one is just as awesome as others. The rangers here are friendly and suggest really nice visiting routes based on your plan, like how many days you goanna spend here.
Given the vastness of the park, our preference NOT to camp, and our emphasis on visiting islands for fishing, we only had time for a short visit to Hurricane Ridge. It was spectacular and well worth the trip!
Very helpful and friendly staff. A large number of maps, books about nature, souvenirs and many more. Here you can buy an annual pass for the price of 2 visits.
A beautiful setting, friendly staff with answers to our questions. Very clean. When we have out of town guests, we bring them here, well that is if our government hasn't shut it down.
The park itself is beautiful and has a lot too see. I believe you can read very detailed info from website. Just want to add a little useful info for travelers: if you drive from Seattle area to Olympic national park, be sure to drive slow all the way there. There are many police cars hidden in the traffic. We... More
a nice observation point, nice cafe. Definitely not one of the best National Park visitor centers, but then you dont go to a national park for it's visitor center. Olympic NP in itself is breathtaking. Probably the best national park in WA/OR.
We visited the Hoh Rain Forest on a sunny 65 deg day. The 1+ mile trail was stunning with wonderful scenery. We loved it and wished we could have taken another trail as well. The next day we went up to Hurricane Ridge but, unfortunately, the clouds and rain had moved in. Except for a short way on the road... More
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