Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center
Beautiful trails through the woods with large trees and unique growth to check out. Be ready to pay the fee to get in though as it's not free. They have annual passes as well which are definitely worth it for seniors and the pass gets the whole car full inside.
The Hoh Rainforest is located on the Washington Olympic Peninsula, it is one of the largest temperate rainforests in the U.S.
A 3 hour drive from Diamond Point, but worth the day trip. Great hiking.
This place is breath taking! Its one of a kind! Dont miss out on the beautiful rainforest.
Beautiful temperate rain forest. Seattle gets around 36 inches of rain a year. The Hoh RaIn Forest gets as much as 14 feet of rain a year. Its unique ecosystem has remained unchanged for thousands of years and it is now the most carefully preserved rain forest in the northern hemisphere.
“A nice, easy 0.8 mile hike leads you to the most iconic waterfall in Olympic National Park. www.hikeolympic.com/sol-duc-falls”
“a beautiful beach, cool war era bunkers, cliffs, camp grounds and recreation area. this place has it all. there are 2 access points so check them both out and be aware that tide changes affect amount of beach access. this is a favorite place for surfers and stand up paddle boarders as well as sea creature hunters and seeing a spectacular sunset.”
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“Enjoy the beautiful trail with moss covered trees, bridges and streams on your way to the falls. Our 2 & 6 year old can make the hike.”
“On-site and right across the parking lot from your guest room! Delicious breakfasts, burgers, salads, and our locally renown soft-serve ice cream.”