Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center
This is the largest rainforest in the United States and it is overflowing with magic! Spend the day walking, hiking and sightseeing!
This can be a day trip with an early start. Time your trip to have dinner in Port Angeles. Again a full day trip with proper planning.
Hoh Rain Forest Hall of Moss is a 1.1 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Forks, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Other trails available for all skill levels.
A rain forest, on the Olympic Peninsula—you betcha. And you've got to check it out. There are peaceful hikes that you can take through the area—it is a bit of a journey out there, but well worth it.
“There are lots of waterfalls in this corner of the U.S. but this is one of my favorites. Enjoy the hike through the rain forest and cross the old wooden bridge over the falls. Again, you're going to want your camera, the falls are stunning.”
“One of the most beautiful spots in Washington! A must see while in Sequim. A short 45 minute drive west, this camping area, beach and hiking area attracts many visitors and is one of my favorite places to go!”
“This is a fairly short but stunning hike. It is mostly built with boardwalk planks through a series of stairs and pathways. This is the most Northwest corner of the U.S. so bring your camera—you are going to want some photos out here!”
Point of Interest
“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.”
“A beautiful Glacier Lake with crystal clear water. Ten miles of road winds along side. Stop of at the famous Lake Crescent Lodge located inside the Olympic National Forest. Hike several trails or climb up to the Marymere Falls. At the far western end of the lake are camping spots located along the lake or drive up the back road to Camp David Jr. ”