Vacation rentals in Olympic National Park

Vacation rentals in Olympic National Park

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Highlights Olympic National Park

  • Getaway in nature
  • Rain forests
  • Lakes
  • Hiking
  • Scenic vacation

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Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Clallam County
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Clallam County
Vacation Rental • 700 ft² • 1 Bedroom
10.0
(133 reviews)
Riversong is our newest and most luxurious cabin and is ADA accessible. It has a full kitchen including a dishwasher and ice maker, a separate bedroom with an extremely comfortable queen bed, a beautiful granite tile propane fireplace, and a cozy living room overlooking the river. A queen Murphy bed with the same comfortable queen mattress as the bed in the bedroom is cleverly disguised as a bookcase. The beautiful window and door casings and trim were all handcrafted by the owner.Outside, the covered deck overlooks a huge lawn sloping down to the river. Included on the deck are a gas BBQ a...
from $285 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Clallam County
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Clallam County
Vacation Rental • 743 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
9.8
(106 reviews)
Great cabin located 2 miles north of Forks on the world famous Sol Duc River. This very comfortable, all cedar cabin, has 2 bedrooms with queen beds, 1 bathroom with a shower/tub combination, Direct TV, wireless internet, is fully furnished and has a washer and dryer. We're close to the Olympic National Park's greatest attractions; the Hoh Rain Forest and it's ancient, moss covered trees, the numerous ocean beaches (2nd Beach is our favorite), Sol Duc Hot Springs, and the rugged Northwest Coast area along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Right here on the river, eagles soar overhead, otters play...
from $268 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Clallam County
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Clallam County
Vacation Rental • 797 ft² • 1 Bedroom
9.9
(128 reviews)
Cedarbreeze is more than a cabin. It is a cozy little house complete with all the amenities of a home. It has a full kitchen, a separate bedroom, lovely river rock fireplace, and a generous living area. There is a queen bed in the bedroom and a queen sofa bed in the living room. Both beds have comfortable latex mattresses. Outside, the large covered deck overlooks a huge lawn sloping down to the river. A propane BBQ is provided on the deck. A hot tub for the exclusive use of this cabin sits on a side deck. There is a fire pit just for the use of this cabin, and a small fenced yard is conven...
from $274 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Olympic National Park

$472for 27 Jul - 3 Aug
$431 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability Olympic National Park

2%for 27 Jul - 3 Aug
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Vacation rentals in Olympic National Park

A memorable getaway in nature

Olympic National Park is a natural haven set in Olympic Peninsula in Washington state. This place offers the ultimate getaway in nature with so many options to immerse yourself in the great outdoors. Here, you can walk around forests, lakes, and beaches with incredible views and get recharged in one of the most awe-inspiring settings. Look for starfish on scenic hikes. Gaze up at the star-filled night sky from the balcony of your vacation rental. Take photos of the unique natural environment. Olympic National Park is the perfect place for an outdoorsy vacation with the family or a romantic weekend trip alongside your significant other.

Find your perfect vacation rental in Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park vacation rentals come in many different sizes, styles, and locations. The rentals here sport a charming and natural design style that seamlessly blends with the atmosphere of the Pacific Coast. Some of the rentals feature terraces with beautiful lush rainforest views. Other vacation rentals are right by the lake, offering spectacular, uninterrupted views of the water. There are also rentals with jacuzzis if you prefer a little extra relaxation during your stay. The rentals here are equipped with all the amenities you could possibly need during your stay. The options are also plentiful when it comes to pricing, making it easy to pick a place that fits your budget so that you can start planning your vacation right away!

Vacations in Olympic National Park

The area and getting around

Arriving in Olympic National Park

You can reach Olympic National Park by first flying into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Once you arrive at the airport, you can take a bus to Port Angeles. After a four-and-a-half-hour ride, you’ll get to Port Angeles from there it takes around 40 minutes by taxi to reach Olympic National Park. The most convenient and fastest way to reach Olympic National Park is to rent a car at the airport. It’s around 140 miles from the airport to Olympic National Park, and it takes three hours to get there by car. It is recommended to take the rental car route, since it allows you more freedom to explore throughout your stay.

Getting around Olympic National Park

Olympic National Park covers a vast area, so having a private car is key if you want to spend your time exploring. There are plenty of trails throughout the park to hike and walk on, but you’ll need a car to reach them. Since the area is prone to heavy rains at certain times of the year, it’s a good idea to check the road conditions before starting your vacation. Also, if you’ll be in Olympic National Park without a vehicle, you can use Clallam Transit System to reach a limited number of attractions in the park.

Travelers and activities

Olympic National Park for outdoor enthusiasts

Olympic National Park is a paradise for nature lovers. Hike on the Kalaloch Beach Trail 4 to discover tide pools filled with colorful starfish and unique rock formations. It’s likely that you’ll also stumble upon several mushroom species on this trail. Keep in mind that some mushrooms are dangerous to eat. Ozette Loop Hike is another popular hiking trail in the park. The hike is not long, but it packs in a huge variety of views and terrains. The wilderness that you’ll witness here is breathtaking so be sure to bring your camera.

Olympic National Park for couples

Olympic National Park offers a wide variety of romantic activities for couples to enjoy together. Visit Sol Duc Falls with your partner to soak up beautiful views of the waterfalls, a whimsical wooden bridge on the way, and rainbows around the falls. Another place to enjoy as a couple is Lake Crescent. The lake is enormous, and it offers some of the most tranquil and clear waters for swimming. Don’t forget to take plenty of photos here with your partner.

The water in Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park is so clean and clear that visitors can see more than 60 feet deep.

Top 5 travel tips in Olympic National Park

1. Hike at Hurricane Ridge

Hike at Hurricane Ridge to enjoy majestic views of the Olympic Mountain. Here can see local wildlife at its best and enjoy fresh mountain air during your walk. The paths are mostly in great condition and easy to navigate for all skill levels.

2. Hike in Hoh Rain Forest

Hike in Hoh Rain Forest and connect with the unspoiled beauty of this area. The rain forest’s scenic surroundings will transport you back to prehistoric times as you wander between the ancient trees. Not all who wander are lost though, and you won’t be either with the clear and well-maintained paths through this rain forest. Don’t forget to bring sturdy hiking shoes for the muddy trails.

3. Visit Ruby Beach

Ruby Beach is a scenic gem that you can easily get to while you’re in Olympic National Park. What gives the beach its unique picturesque look is the massive rock formations on the shore. You can get close to them and take incredible pictures.

4. Quinault Rain Forest

Quinault Rain Forest is the perfect place for shorter, relaxed hikes. The easy trails are not challenging and are great for anyone who wants to take an effortless stroll. The big trees covered in moss give the entire place a unique, enchanting atmosphere.

5. Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center

Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center offers spectacular mountain views without any hiking needed. You can drive up to this view point and enjoy the panoramic scenery. The drive itself is very scenic as well, and you can observe some deer and other wildlife along the way.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Olympic National Park

What was the average price for a vacation rental in Olympic National Park last year?

We can see from last year that Olympic National Park had an average price of $333 per night, a relatively high one compared to the destinations in the USA.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Olympic National Park?

If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Olympic National Park, pack your bags and travel there in April ($282 per night on average), February ($303), or March ($310), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Olympic National Park?

Last year, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in Olympic National Park was September, with an average price of $410 per night. This was followed by August, with an average of $371, and then October, with $347.

Do I need to plan a trip to Olympic National Park well in advance?

So you don't run out of accommodation options in Olympic National Park, we recommend you to think ahead as 87% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.

Which months offer the highest availability?

Last year, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Olympic National Park were January, December and October, with average availabilities of 31%, 27%, and 26%, respectively.

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Olympic National Park?

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