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TravelPod Member ReviewsKalaloch Campground Olympic National Park
Excellent campground. Stunning views, lots of options, good facilities and nice beach strolls.
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... through the Hall of Mosses and there was green moss hanging all over every single branch. My favorite part of the day was when we explored the tide pools at Kalaloche Beach. We spent most of the afternoon there. Tide pools happen when the tide goes out, but some water stays in lots of rocks that you can walk on. We were lucky to find a big rock with over 12 starfish! We also found lots of green anemones. The other thing I likes a ...
... at us sympathetically and said “Well I can give you a quick tour, ’cause we’re short-staffed…”
And just like that, we were in!
She showed us their humongous library of CDs and records, we walked past the live recording studio where they frequently have bands perform, past tiny offices, and we even saw one of Bret’s favorite DJs, John in the Morning, walk right past us.
Monday, June 13th
When we finished up at Ruby Beach we continued on 101 north, which brought us in to Forks, WA. Our books state that Forks is a quintessential Pacific Northwest logging town. For those of you that don't know Forks is also the setting of the Twilight books. The town seems to have fully embraced Twilight and the visitor’s center was decked out with all things ...
... of nice sea stacks out in the bay. Pity about the weather though since it would of been nice to get some sunny photos of them.
Always slower going walking along the sand. Loose lots of energy since the sand gives way under foot.
Had no trouble getting past the first max 4ft tide crossing part and since the tide was less than a foot decided to also go over the rocks instead of crossing the headland at the second low tide crossing point. ...