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Olympic National Park RV Vacation

About Olympic National Park

Established as a national monument in 1909, the area was re-designated Olympic National Park by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1938. The 1400+ square mile park has four regions: the Pacific coastline, the alpine areas, the west-side temperate rain forest, and the forests of the drier east side. The park has 73 miles of wilderness coast, 60 named glaciers, and 876,447 acres of Congressionally designated wilderness (95% of the park).

Kayak the beautifully rugged shoreline of Freshwater Bay along sea cliffs, sea stacks, and sea caves to search for marine wildlife, take a river float trip to be immersed in the beautiful Hoh River canyon, and enjoy hikes through moss-clad coniferous tress in the rainforest. Known as the Valley of Giants, the Olympic rainforest is home to the greatest number of record-sized trees in one valley.

To make the most of your time on the Olympic Coast, we will arrange for you to spend a memorable day with a private tour guide exploring these beautiful beaches and experiencing some of the special places Olympic National Park has to offer.

Interesting Facts About Olympic National Park

  • The park has over 3,000 miles of rivers and streams.
  • The park is home to the largest unmanaged herd of Roosevelt Elk in the Pacific Northwest.