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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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Nestled within the Olympic National Forest, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, a National Park lodge, offers three natural mineral hot pools as...

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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...

Visiting Ruby Beach is a popular outdoor activity at Seabrook

Where the forest meets the ocean.  This iconic beach within Olympic National Park is home to reddish sand, driftwood structures, rock formations,...

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...