Quillayute River Resort

473 Mora Road, Forks, Washington, 98331, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 473 Mora Road, Forks, is near Rialto Beach, Second Beach Trail, and Quillayute River.
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    Travel Blogs from Forks

    An Officer and a Vampire….

    A travel blog entry by zoesevi on Jul 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... next stop, which has the most amazing emerald blue water, if we had more time we would definitely have stopped longer here.

    Much to my delight, we arrived in Forks, Washington. For those of you that have not read the Twilight books, (basically most or all of the males reading the blog), this is where the stories are set.

    Forks, is a really small town with really not much here but still has the odd gift ...

    The Twilight Zone

    A travel blog entry by kduntley on Mar 24, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... an inlet on a river, a creek in a marsh or tide flat.” Well, that’s exactly what it was, good work Webster. Nailed it. So I went through lots of those, it was really pretty and it’s always interesting light for photos in the morning hours.

    Besides the early morning beauty in the marshes, there really wasn’t a lot of exciting stuff today. The highway didn’t stick to the coastline too much, where it did it was cool but ...

    !!!Beware of Vampires & Werewolves!!!

    A travel blog entry by phungster on Sep 22, 2012

    45 photos

    ... beautiful. Can anything top that? Oooh... I am seeing the sign for Second Beach. After about 0.7 mile hike down - I can now see the stacks (rock formations) peeking through the tall sitka spruce trees - a stunning view becoming clearer with each and every step. As I am exiting the forest, opening onto the beach, my face lights up and fills with awe and wonder. I haven't seen anything ...

    Into Twilight

    A travel blog entry by nessandjess on Aug 15, 2012

    8 photos

    ... to stretch for miles. We were literally the only people in sight and seriously struggled to leave. Somebody must have been there before us as they had created a little wind shelter out of driftwood and also made a stack of rocks. Jess thought it was something from Blair Witch Project but I’m pretty certain its Native Indian thing. Not quite sure the meaning. Either way it all kind of added to the surrealness of the situation. We were eaten alive ...

    Hiking the Hoh

    A travel blog entry by crisguidi on Jul 06, 2012

    6 photos

    ... while I had a planked King Salmon. Everything was delicious including the desserts.

    Back at the B&B I did my usual research for the next day. Saturday we drive to the Mount Rainier area which is around 3 hours away. So far the weather has really been holding up for us....sunny skies with temperatures in the mid to high 60s. Can't beat that considering DC is having temperatures in the 100s. Yep,we got lucky.

    More later as we start our trek ...