Olympic National Park & Forest Lodging Deals!

Stay Near Olympic National Park at Historic Lodges

Washington State’s Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest get the gold medal for spring’s best lodging deal. Historic Lake Quinault Lodge—featured on PBS’s “Great Lodges of the National Parks,” and the only hotel directly in the region’s rainforest—is currently offering two nights for the price of one. They also have an exclusive Lake Quinault Rainforest Tour into the heart of the Olympic National Park and Forest. Check out lodging options, hot springs, and tour info.

Get Two Nights for the Price of One at Lake Quinault Lodge

Spring’s Best National Forest Lodging Deal

Nestled in a rainforest at Olympic National Forest, the historic Lake Quinault Lodge has been featured on PBS’s “Great Lodges of the National Parks” for good reason. Historic grandeur meets nature’s allure here. The detailed artisan architecture inhabits classic features from its 1926 inception, and the lush lawn sprawls all the way to the lakeside. It’s the only hotel located right in the rainforest.

SPRING DEAL: Get two nights for the price of one (*only through April 25th)

Rainforest hikes depart right from the lodge. When you return you can warm up by the elegant grand fireplace or at the sauna before enjoying some homemade clam chowder or a hearty pot roast at the Roosevelt Dining Room.

Tour de Rainforest!

Alpine oases, impressive glaciers, and a stunning coastline already give Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula plenty of distinction; but most distinct of all are its rainforests. All three temperate rainforests in the contiguous US are here!

Experience the stunning landscape on the Lake Quinault Rainforest Tour. This guided tour, limited to 14 travelers, departs from the historic Lake Quinault Lodge and explores the deep vastness of the rainforest in both Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest.

Guides will tell you all about the area’s history on this 4-hour adventure where black bears, bald eagles, and beautiful elk are common. Back at Lake Quinault Lodge, share your photos and experiences over a meal of Dungeness crab benedict at the Roosevelt Dining Room.

Historic Lodges in Olympic National Park

Check out these other historic lodges set within the grandeur of Olympic National Park.

Idyllic Lake Crescent Lodge is a perfect place to cozy up. Set along its namesake lake and snuggled within a forest of giant firs and hemlocks, the lodge reflects historic touches like a stone fireplace in the lobby and a sun porch overlooking the lake—perfect for viewing sunsets. During summer you can rent a kayak or canoe and get out on the water. Day hikes leave right from the property, a grand entrance to the beauty of Olympic National Park.

The seasonal Log Cabin Resort is—you guessed it—all things log and cabins (there’s also tent and RV camping). Stay in the main lodge or get a lakeside chalet room. Or take your pick of Camper Cabins, Rustic Cabins, and Camping Log Cabins. We guarantee you won’t have cabin fever here–plenty of adventures await just outside your door in Olympic National Park.

Soak in Sol Duc

Now this is forest bathing! After soaking in the rainforest’s scenery, sink into the heavenly warmth of Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort.

The trio of Mineral Hot Spring soaking pools are the perfect answer to post-adventures in Olympic National Park. The signature evergreens surrounding you along the Sol Duc River bring nature’s aromatherapy. Ahhhwesome.

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