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Olympic National Park Patch

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A wonder of Washington.

Olympic National Park is a place of tremendous natural diversity and breathtaking beauty with over 922,651 acres of preserved wilderness. Little has changed since its first traces as a home of Native American tribes and, later, its first settlements by Europeans in the late 1500s. President Grover Cleveland designated the Olympic Peninsula's forests as the Olympic Forest Reserve in 1897, forever preserving its serenity and majestic beauty in History. Ultimately, in 1938, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the act establishing Olympic National Park.

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OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK

Olympic National Park is a place of tremendous natural diversity and breathtaking beauty with over 922,651 acres of preserved wilderness. Little has changed since its first traces as a home of Native American tribes and, later, its first settlements by Europeans in the late 1500s. President Grover Cleveland designated the Olympic Peninsula's forests as the Olympic Forest Reserve in 1897, forever preserving its serenity and majestic beauty in History. Ultimately, in 1938, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the act establishing Olympic National Park.

A day's exploration can take you from breathtaking mountain vistas with meadows of wildflowers to colorful ocean tidepools.  Nestled in the valleys are some of the largest remnants of ancient forests left in the country. 

Recommendations: 

Try to sample each of the park's major ecosystems: sub-alpine, coastal and forrest.

  • Lake Crescent (forest)
  • Mora & Rialto Beach (coast)
  • Hoh Rain Forest (temperate rainforest)
  • Hurricane Ridge (sub-alpine)
  • Lake Ozette (coast)

Other Information: 

  • Olympic National Park Visitor Center at (360)565-3130 for the current status of park roads, facilities, and campgrounds.