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Highlights in Olympic National Park
- Heritage national park
- Waterfront cabins
- Scenic driving vistas
- Hunter’s paradise
- Active archaeological sites
- Rustic hot springs
- Horseback riding
- Hiking trails, Sandy beaches
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Cabins in Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park is a million acres of diverse landscape with animals, fish and temperature zones in Washington state’s upper northwest region. You can spend your day climbing or horseback riding through the scenic terrain or have a hot soak in the sulfur springs, then watch an amazing sunset. This unprecedented beauty has been maintained thanks to the efforts of both Roosevelt presidents who made it a national park and heritage site. Home to several Native American tribes, time stands still in this breathtaking wilderness among the towering Douglas Firs adjacent to Canada’s Vancouver.Waterfront cabins for nature-loving travelers
These cabins are a perfect escape from the stress of city life. With lake, river, and majestic mountain views, Mount Olympus rentals have easy access to all the delightful activities the park offers. The kitchens are well-equipped, and the garden is ideal for family reunions or romantic getaways. Solo travelers will also be inspired in this magical wilderness that surpasses expectations. These rustic beauties are surrounded by nature but close to big cities like Seattle, Victoria and Vancouver. You can enjoy seafood or freshwater fish as well as local fruit and vegetable delicacies in the Pacific Northwestern culinary style. Whether you enjoy hiking or kicking back and reading a novel, this destination is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Travelers and activities
Outdoor enthusiasts will be overwhelmed with the stunning beauty of the hunting grounds and twelve pristine rivers for fishing. Several freshwater lakes border Mount Olympus making it ideal for boating, kayaking and paddleboarding. If you’re into hiking, the park boasts magnificent wilderness trails with a plethora of unusual plants and animals. Try taking a fat bike or an off-road vehicle for difficult trails. There’s even top-notch golfing in this natural wonderland. This historical heritage site has so much to offer, you’ll be making new discoveries every time you visit.Olympic National Park for science enthusiasts
Science enthusiasts will be thoroughly rewarded in this magnificent peninsula with virgin rainforest, active archaeological sites and four diverse ecosystems to explore. At the base of Mount Olympus you can feel ancient history under the towering Douglis firs. The forest canopy is so dense that the floor is untouched by sunlight resulting in unusual vegetation unseen anywhere else in the US. To relax you can hit the rustic hot springs at Sole Duck Valley after a morning of viewing the glaciers suspended from craggy peaks. Finally, don’t miss the ocean side of the park with its iconic sea stacks and unusual marine life along the Olympic coastline.Olympic National Park for History and Culture lovers
This vacation hotspot is nothing short of awesome. Discover the historic significance of Lake Crescent Lodge where President Franklin D. Roosevelt began his tour of the Olympic Peninsula and designated the area as a National Park in 1937 after his cousin President Teddy Roosevelt came in 1909. Check out the ancient Native American artifacts at archeological sites. Then, ferry over to Victoria from Port Angeles and explore historic mansions in Port Townsend. While you’re here, check out the jazz and art culture scene for an exciting evening. Be sure to visit Dungeness Spit and discover the story behind the Graveyard of the Pacific where over 2000 shipwrecks have occurred. Olympic Park has centuries of history to uncover.
In 1788 John Meares declared, “If that not be the home wherein dwell the gods, it is beautiful enough to be, and I therefore call it Mount Olympus.''
Top 7 travel tips in Olympic National Park
Start at the Olympic Coast Discovery Center to get your bearings then venture out to the coast to gawk at the awesome offshore sea stack rock formations from beaches like Ruby and Rialta. In this National Marine Sanctuary you can find Humpback whales, starfish and so many wonders in the sea, not to mention spectacular sunsets. Your camera will be clicking constantly to catch the excitement.2. Tee off in a natural wonderland
Check out the large variety of golfing hotspots, 18 and 9 hole courses, in beautiful vistas such as Port Ludlow on the Olympic Peninsula or White horse on the nearby Kitsap Peninsula. Nestled among the beaches and lush forest you will have an incredible holiday filled with over the top cuisine and the regal beauty of this century old National Park.3. Plunge into ancient history
Take a trip to Neah Bay Village and discover Makah Museum, a $2.5 million dollar edifice housing thousands of artifacts and ancient Native American history from the eleven tribes that lived here. Lake Ozette and Hokoh river have active archaeological digs where artifacts are unearthed regularly to add to the collection.4. Follow the Olympic Waterfall Trail
Grab a map and hit the trails for the most enchanting waterfalls. For instance, start at the Dungeness River trail and hike to Donahue Creek falls, the Royal Basin, and Sol Duc. Or visit Marymere, Murhut and the magical Valley of 10,000 Falls. You’re bound to be inspired by their beauty.5. Relax in rustic hot springs
At Sol Duc Hot Springs just past the Lake Crescent turnoff, you can soak in three mineral pools beneath the boughs of 200-foot fir trees. For the more adventurous, there are some hidden pools in the Soleduck Valley waiting to be discovered that you won’t want to miss. It’s the perfect ancient healing remedy.6. Feast on clams and oysters
Visit Quilcene Bay where you will discover the best oysters on the west coast. This unique bay is fed by saltwater from Dabob Bay glacial valley located just north of Hood Canal. This little bay is named after the Quilcene tribe which means “The Saltwater People” and is home to tremendous marine biodiversity.7. Cast your line and unwind
Mosey over to Dungeness Spit, a five-mile wildlife refuge where you can unwind on the sandy beach and catch heart melting sunsets and starry skies with the pink mountain peaks behind you. This is one of the longest spits in the world. If you’re here in fall you can cast your line in the nearby Dungeness river for wild salmon.
FAQs: Cabins in Olympic National Park
Which types of services are available at the cabins in Olympic National Park?
Out of the amenities you can find on Holidu, it seems that the cabins in Olympic National Park contain everything that vacationers need! Here, the cabins generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (87%), barbecue (81%), and view (63%)...Sounds tempting?
How are cabins usually rated in Olympic National Park?
The cabins in this destination often receive many positive comments. Many (83%) have a rating of 4.5 stars, which tells us that here, you won't have difficulty finding the perfect cabin for your next vacation!
Are the cabins in Olympic National Park suitable for family vacations?
Holidu's data reveals that 78% of cabins in Olympic National Park are suitable for vacations with children, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect cabin for you and your family.
Are the cabins in Olympic National Park pet-friendly?
Of course! In Olympic National Park, 32% of the cabins are pet-friendly, 59% even have a garden!
Do the cabins in Olympic National Park often come with Wi-Fi?
Certainly! According to Holidu's data, 87% of cabins in Olympic National Park offer internet connection. It is therefore no problem, you will be able to access your emails and favorite social media sites throughout your stay!
Do the cabins in Olympic National Park usually come equipped with a fireplace or a pool?
For sure! According to the last year, a lot of cabins in Olympic National Park are equipped with a fireplace. This is the destination you need to head to during the winter months!
Are the cabins in Olympic National Park suitable for trips with friends or rather for an escape as a couple?
According to Holidu, 94% of cabins welcome small groups of up to four people. Approximately 65% of the cabins here are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. Olympic National Park is the perfect destination for a vacation as a small family!
Do the cabins in Olympic National Park offer outdoor space to enjoy?
27% of cabins have a balcony or terrace, and 63% have a view, but since this does not represent the majority so availability can be selective. If this is a priority for you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters to be sure to find the cabin perfect for you. However, 59% of cabins in Olympic National Park have gardens, where you can enjoy the outdoors. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 81% of the cabins have them.