Miller Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast

654 E. Division Street, Forks, Washington, 98331, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 654 E. Division Street, Forks, is near Sol Duc, Storm King Ranger Station, Bogachiel, and Calawah.
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    Travel Blogs from Forks

    Olympic National Park

    A travel blog entry by laurenross on Jul 16, 2014

    3 photos

    ... like we had seen before, huge driftwood logs scattered everywhere which meant you had to climb your was go the shore. The coast was astonishingly 10 degrees F cooler than the forest so we headed back to camp and started a fire at about 3pm to try to keep warm! The plan was to stay on the coast a couple of days but due to the freezing weather we decided to head inland which lead us to our next National Park, Mount ...

    The Twilight Zone

    A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... in Europe? Or Australia? Or India? Weird thing to think about probably, but I’m a weird person so there you go!! There was also this jetty than I walked out on and I saw 2 bald eagles and there were a bunch of sea lions! A bunch? A pod? A heard? A flamboyance? No that’s flamingos…I don’t know. There were like 5 or 6…So I climbed down on the rocks, closer to the water, and they kept swimming back and forth in front of me!! They were ...

    Olympic National Park

    A travel blog entry by dedele34 on Jul 28, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... the animals as it is illegal. There is always people who think rules don't apply to them. The animals in these forest become tame because of all the humans who feed them. It is a bad habit to feed the park animals and it is really upsetting. The animals forget how to feed themselves and it would end up harming the animal instead of helping them.

    I worked in Yellowstone as a young adult and a term had been coined long before I got there. The term ...

    Anemones and Baby Seals

    A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 19, 2013

    18 photos

    ... for the our night at the ocean.

    On the way to Kalaloch, we passed through Forks, WA where the Twilight series was filmed. None of us were huge fans, but it was hard to miss the "TwiHard Tours", "Bellas Bistro", etc etc in the tiny logging town.

    When we arrive at the Kalaloch Lodge, our room wasn't quite ready so we went to Ruby Beach, about 6 miles away to wander and enjoy the views. Ken, ...

    Return, Day 15: Reunion with the Pacific

    A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt on Sep 29, 2012

    36 photos

    ... tree trunk driftwood. Several backpack campers had hiked down and set up camp. There were a handful of photographers and surfers around, too. It was a stunning place, and I'm not at all surprised that people seek this place out, despite the drive time.

    Finally, we drove out to First Beach, where the beach is immediately next to the parking lot, and a few small resorts are located. Subsequently, it's more popular.

    We had ...