We had a great time at Olympic National Park, which is in the most northwestern part of the state of Washington. We stayed on the west side of the park in the small town of Forks, at Forks 101 RV Park. We couldn't have picked a better location for this adventure.
I know that you are probably tired of me saying how great each of the National Parks is, but yes it's true about this one too. Olympic National Park is probably one of the most diverse parks that you will see in the National Park Service. You can wake up in the morning drive up to Hurricane Ridge to get an amazing view of Mount Olympus and the snow-capped mountain range, then go down to the Hoh Rain Forest and take a hike, and in the evening maybe watch the sunset over the sea stacks in the water at Second Beach in La Push.
I have seen more Bald and Golden Eagles in this park than any of the 35 National Parks I have visited.
Next, we are heading to Bow, WA for one night before we head out on our trek through Canada.
Please visit the website to see some the pictures for Olympic National Park.
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