Lochaerie Resort

Address: Olympic National Park, Amanda Park, Washington, 98526, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Olympic National Park, Amanda Park, is near Olympic National Forest, Rain Forest Nature Trail, and Quinault Rain Forest.
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        Travel Blogs from Amanda Park

        Justin: Days 17 18: Olympic Serenity and Mediation

        A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 11, 2015

        42 photos

        ... I would not have exposed myself to these feelings. Not all of the emotions we feel during a long trip like this are supposed to be happy and positive. We go to see nature and enjoy beauty, and during that journey, the thoughts, questions, and worries we have will transform us. Every town I drive through, every time I stop and talk with somebody at a store, the more I learn about life in America, and the more I can value my own life in ...

        Twilight and Waterfalls

        A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 10, 2015

        42 photos

        ... that is Olympic National Park.

        But that's okay... we're already planning another trip there in a few years :)

        So we've been to... Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest, Yosemite, Crater Lake, and Olympic National Park now, and I have to say, as beautiful as the first few parks are, I think the Oregon/Washington Parks are much more picturesque and peaceful... Perhaps because they're not as populous as other parks... Or maybe its the colder weather.

        Who knows ;)


        Where the ocean meets the rainforest

        A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 26, 2013

        58 photos

        ... project was completed in late 2012 and the sediment was used to assist in creating natural river conditions down stream. We drove up to try and see the work but the entire are was shut off. Chris commented his boss may be interested to note large scale dam removal could be completed but at a cost. It has been estimated that the removal of the dams will cost $350 million.

        We took a quick look at the Lake Quinalt Lodge, which books out a year in advance, before heading to ...

        Is there Rain in the Rainforest?

        A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on May 18, 2013

        14 photos

        ... bridges (and didn't fall off).

        After our 2.5 hour hike, we retired to the lodge to enjoy the lake view and some nice wine, while we all did our electronic activities Dinner at the lodge was relaxed and enjoyable, but sleep was the order of the evening. Once dinner as over, Ken didn't last more than 15 minutes before dropping into dreamland, and Paige and I weren't far behind.


        Refreshing Rain

        A travel blog entry by kluehadventures on Aug 22, 2012

        1 comment, 38 photos

        ... at different temperatures. It felt so incredible to lounge in these warm pools. We relaxed for about 45 minutes transferring from pool to pool. Then we headed to the locker rooms to shower (first shower since we left Martha’s) which was great, and then to dinner. The small restaurant in the resort was quaint and a perfect way to end the day. We shared some macaroni and cheese, and then I ordered the fish special and Gabe had their meatloaf. Both were fabulous. After dinner, ...