Olympic National Forest Guide

Tucked away near the western edge of Washington, the Olympic National Forest offers some of the most magical landscapes in the Pacific Northwest. Waterfalls thunder over cliffs in lush rainforests, and hiking trails pass through stands of moss-covered trees and giant ferns. Hike high into the peaks in the forest's protected wilderness areas, go scuba diving in the Hood Canal, or fish for Beardsley trout in Lake Crescent. The different sections of the forest surround the spectacular Olympic National Park.

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Olympic National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Olympic National Forest

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How to get to Olympic National Forest

Address: 1835 Black Lake Boulevard SW, Olympia, WA 98512

Fee: Entry fee $0

With its exceptional hiking trails and beautiful wilderness areas, the Olympic National Forest is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you're interested in summiting a mountain, wild mountain biking, or quiet afternoons of fly-fishing, this large forest has plenty of opportunities. Since many top destinations are located a long drive from the nearest town, an RV makes a wonderful base camp for all of your adventures.