The following is general information about lodges within Olympic NP.For lodging and visitor facilities outside Olympic National Park, contact the North Olympic Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau, Grays Harbor Tourism, Mason County Tourism.
Kalaloch Lodge (360-962-2271) Open year round. It is located on the Pacific coast, 36 miles south of Forks, and features lodge rooms, motel rooms, cabins, coffee shop and dining room.
Lake Crescent Lodge (360-928-3211) Open spring through fall. It is located on the south shore of Lake Crescent, 21 miles west of Port Angeles, and features lodge rooms, motel rooms, cottages and dining room.
Log Cabin Resort (360-928-3325) Open spring through fall. It is located on the northeast side of Lake Crescent, 17 miles west of Port Angeles. This resort features motel units, cabins, an RV park with hook-ups, kamper cabins and dining room.
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort (360-327-3583) Open spring through fall. This resort is located 40 miles west of
Port Angeles in the Sol Duc Valley. It features cabins, an RV park with hookups, swimming pool, 3 mineral pools, deli and dining room.
The National Park Service operates 16 campgrounds with a total of 910 sites. Camping fees at park campgrounds range from $8.00 to $16.00, depending on the services and amenities provided at each one. All are available on a first-come, first-served basis, with the exception of Kalaloch which operates on a reservation system in the summer. Some campgrounds remain open throughout the winter. Call 360-565-3130 for up-to- date campground information.