Olympic National Park

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by Laura on May 6, 2002

The visitor center is located in Port Angeles where a map of the park can be obtained. We drove to the Hurricane Ridge area. There we met up with a ranger for a guided hike to learn about the growth cycles of the plants and trees in the park. There are a couple of easy and paved trails in the area. I loved seeing the Olympic marmot, a critter that looks like a beaver without the tail crossed with a raccoon. The park is a good place to take photos of the Olympic mountains and wild flowers
Olympic National Park
600 East Park Avenue
Olympic Peninsula, Washington, 98362
(360) 565-3130


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