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One of the country’s wildest national parks, Olympic National Park is an easy day trip from Seabrook, whether you select a beach hike or a lake boat ride.  This nearly one million acre park has everything from 70+ miles of wild coastline to glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, 600 lakes and 4,000 miles of rivers and streams.  Filled with awe-inspiring forests, ocean and mountain vistas, wildlife and sea creatures, Olympic National Park is a treasured resource, within easy striking distance of Seabrook. 

Learn more about Olympic National Park and the greater Olympic Peninsula:

NPS - The Beautiful Olympic National Park
Visitor's Guide to the Olympic Peninsula
Frommer's Introduction to the Olympic Peninsula
National Park Reservation Activities

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If you take an Olympic National Park drive from Seabrook, don’t miss the Kalaloch Lodge, a National Park lodge that was originally...

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Many people say Ruby Beach is the most beautiful beach in Washington State. What's not debatable is the idea that Ruby Beach...

The Hoh Rainforest is located 100-miles north of Seabrook

This temperate rainforest in Olympic National Park is a lush, green canopy of giant trees, mosses and ferns.  The enchanting environment comes...