The Dew Drop Inn Motel

Address: 100 Fern Hill Road, Forks, Washington, 98331, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 100 Fern Hill Road, Forks, is near Sol Duc, Storm King Ranger Station, Bogachiel, and Bogachiel River.
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      Rialto Beach

      A travel blog entry by socks on Sep 19, 2012

      7 photos

      Rialto Beach is located within Olympic NP. The beach is loaded with drift wood and some logs are over 6 feet in diameter. The rocks on the beach are bigger than average. Every direction you look there are impressive headland rock formations and islands. The beach is rugged, beautiful and ...


      A travel blog entry by max1998 on Aug 01, 2012

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... by taking about a half mile hike through a rain forest. The forest is very green and quiet. The hike is kind of hard but you're rewarded when you finally get to the beach. There are lots of places where tide pools form and you can see anemones, starfish and mussels. I didn't see any starfish but there were lots of anemones and mussels. I had fun digging in the sand here. Then we came back to our hotel. We had soup and Mac and cheese for dinner than watched a little tv and went to ...

      Food, food and more talk about food

      A travel blog entry by mc_dave on Aug 16, 2011

      5 photos

      ... we were forced to hitch a mile or two in the back a truck, but coming upon Lake Crescent and barreling down the hills on the narrow winding road was incredible. This is a glacier lake so it the most amazing clear blue and extremely deep and oh yeah pretty freaking cold. The construction meant that we had the road to ourselves for sort intervals, which made an otherwise treacherous stretch a blast.


      The Sweater of the Gods

      A travel blog entry by sarahannwebster on Apr 06, 2011

      ... Stuff like that.

      We sat at Jerry's table and he introduced us around to some of the Indians he know. Apparently, Jerry, who is white, is from Wyoming and has been visiting the area for so many years to fish that everybody in town knows him. He's a cool outdoorsy sort of guy.

      Anyhow, pretty soon the drumming and chanting got underway. The chanting was throaty and loud and a little foreboding to be ...