Visiting Olympic National Park is all about the outdoors - fly fishing, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, rafting, kayaking and relaxing, with rugged mountains and wildflowers as backdrop. If, however, you can ever tear yourself away from the park there are atmospheric little communities strung along the Olympic Peninsula's coast that offer a clutch of cultural offerings and in season, a regular selection of festivals and other social occasions. Towns like Port Angeles offer wine-tasting and gallery-going just a stone's throw from Hurricane Ridge, while Port Townsend, to the east, boasts brews, blues, and quaint 19th-century buildings to complement its waterside location.
Parks and tourist attractions to consider in the Olympic National Park area are listed below. Click on any name for more information.
Olympic National Park Attractions
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- 600 East Park Avenue, Port Angeles
- 353 South Shore Road, WA
- National Park, State Parks
- Port Angeles City Pier, Port Angeles
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Kitsap Peninsula Puget Sound
Grays Harbor Western
Oregon's Mt Hood Territory Northern Oregon
Oregon's Mt Hood Territory
Olympic Peninsula Northwestern Washington
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Bellingham Whatcom County
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Olympia / Lacey / Tumwater
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