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With nearly one million acres, Olympic National Park encompasses several diverse ecosystems that preserve a rich collection of natural and cultural history. Waves crash against a shoreline rich with life, wild rivers flow from glacier-capped peaks through valleys of old-growth forests, and only trails cross the remote and vast interior of this wilderness. Visitors will be amazed by the diversity of plants and wildlife found in the park. The opportunities to explore the vast and stunning wilderness will leave visitors eager for more time to explore this amazing park.

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Local Info

Please Note: There are no singletrack trails within Olympic National Park that are open to mountain bikes. This page serves as a general overview of the area. If you're visiting the park and looking for places to ride, check out the following areas:

Visiting Tips

Olympic National Park is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The most popular months to visit are June through September. During the busy summer season, most roads and facilities are open and a full range of programs are available. From October through May, some roads, campgrounds, and other visitor facilities are closed or have reduced hours. Visitor centers and Hurricane Ridge Road are closed Thanksgiving and Christmas. Other roads and facilities remain open, weather permitting. For more information on current operating hours and seasons, check the park's website.

Fees & Passes:
To find out more about park fees, click here.
  • Purchase an annual pass for all national parks sites, $80
  • Camping & Lodging

    Olympic offers a variety of campgrounds and numerous backcountry campsites. Kalaloch and the Sol Duc Campground are the only campgrounds that accept reservations; the remainder of the campgrounds are filled on a first come, first served basis. To learn more about camping in the park and to see current conditions, visit the park's website.

    • Deer Park Campground: 14 sites.
    • Dosewallips Campground: Walk-in only. 30 sites.
    • Fairholme Campground: 88 sites.
    • Graves Creek Campground: 30 sites.
    • Heart O'the Hills Campground: 102 sites.
    • Hoh Campground: 88 sites.
    • Kalaloch Campground: 170 sites.Reservations can be made online from June through September.
    • Mora Campground: 94 sites.
    • North Fork Campground: 9 sites.
    • Ozette Campground: 15 sites.
    • Queets Campground: 20 sites.
    • Sol Duc Campground: 82 sites. Reservations can be made online.
    • South Beach Campground: 55 sites.
    • Staircase Campground: 49 sites, 5 walk-in only.

    Backcountry Camping:
    Wilderness Camping Permits are required for all overnight stays in the Olympic National Park wilderness. Wilderness Camping Permits may be obtained at the Main Wilderness Information Center in Port Angeles, the Quinault Wilderness Information Center, or the Staircase Ranger Station. For more information on backcountry camping in the park, click here.

    The park also provides a range of lodging accommodations. Visitors may choose from modern motel type accommodations, rooms in historic hotels dating back to the early 1900s, or rustic cabins. Reservations are strongly encouraged as rooms fill quickly, especially in July and August.

    • Kalaloch Lodge: Open year round. Reservations can be made online.
    • Lake Crescent Lodge: Open May through January with some cabins available on weekends during the winter. Reservations can be made online.
    • Log Cabin Resort: Open late May through September. Reservations can be made online.
    • Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort: Open March through October. Reservations can be made online.

    Food & Drink

    There are a variety of restaurant options located in the park as well as several stores where you can purchase groceries and other everyday essentials. The Lodges of Olympic National Park offer a unique restaurant option at each of their four locations, and visitors are sure to enjoy the fresh, local Pacific Northwest cuisine at the Roosevelt Dining Room, the Springs Restaurant, the Lake Crescent Dining Room, or the Sunnyside Cafe.

    Other Activities

    Whether planning on camping, hiking, climbing, boating, fishing, mountaineering, or wildlife viewing, visitors will not be disappointed in the variety of activities that the park has to offer. From a short day hike to a long backcountry excursion, the opportunities for exploration are limitless. Additionally, be sure to check out the great areas for rock climbing in and around the park. For those looking to extend their adventure, there are great trails near the park for mountain biking as well.

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