Kalaloch Lodge

157151 Highway 101, Forks, Washington, 98331, United States | 2 star lodge
Prices starting from $217.00
 

Travel Blogs from Forks

Return, Day 15: Reunion with the Pacific

A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt

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... was dripping blood from somewhere. It took us awhile to located the source, which turned out to be her ear. We guessed she actually knocked her head against the log when she fell and split her ear open a little bit at the bottom. (Remember, she already had several tears and punctures in her ears from last weekend's dog fight...!) We cleaned her up, and the bleeding stopped. All is well enough for now, but I felt pretty sorry for the poor ...

Olympic National Park

A travel blog entry by luckysfamily

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... stop was in the Hoh Valley for a hike through a rainforest area right out of Lord of the Rings. The third was along the coast on the open Pacific where we camped and hiked down the beach. Though is was overcast we stayed dry and climbed on all the logs and scored a warm meal before camping for the night in a surreal setting of trees, moss, and ...

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK: Kalaloch

A travel blog entry by bklexcellentadv

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... TO LAST BLOG QUESTIONS:

1. Sea Anemone is related to coral, Jellyfish and coral!
2. Hypoxia- lack of oxygen in water
3. CANNON BEACH, Oregon
4. Steller Sea lions "bark" and are larger
California Sea lions don't ...

The Sweater of the Gods

A travel blog entry by sarahannwebster

... woven vest with an Eagle stitched across the back, almost like he was going to take it off to get into a fight with Benny. I thought Benny almost looked like he was sweating a little bit over it. Then, Allen draped it across Benny's lap and said this was his wedding gift to us and he thanked us for sharing in their drum circle on our honeymoon.

Later, some of the Indians whispered in Benny's ear to put it ...

Enter the Twilight Zone!

A travel blog entry by c.reynolds

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... say this was rather frustrating for Paul!

We also stopped at Ruby Beach but did not go down to the shore as this car park seemed busy and we had decided that we could visit it from where we were staying. We turned inland and headed for Forks - home to Twilight Mania! For the uninitiated, the Twilight books (about teenage vampires) have become cult reading over in the US and have been made into 2 films. Think Harry Potter with Fangs and you will ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKalaloch Lodge Forks

    Reviewed by tc-mike-travels

    50s style cabin

    Reviewed Aug 26, 2012
    by (26 reviews) San Mateo , United States Flag of United States

    great location....just OK service and amenities....national parks charge TOP dollar for their location....cute olden days cabins

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by max1998

    Lunch and Beach

    Reviewed Aug 4, 2012
    by (21 reviews) Mt.Prospect Illinois , United States Flag of United States

    This was great. The food was good and the beach was even more fun. We got there in time to see amazing tide pools.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Kalaloch Lodge Forks

    Great setting.....

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    Just got back from a few days at Kalaloch Lodge. We were there primarily to hike the Pacific beaches with our kids, and the lodgings in that area are few and far between. Kalaloch could not be situated in a more picturesque place. The views were beautiful, the beaches great fun to explore, and the Hoh rainforest trails were nearby. We explored great tidepools at Second Beach and saw elk herds at the Hoh river.

    Shabby lodge in incredible location

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    What a waste of location for this run down lodge! We looked at several of the bluff cabins. This was our second visit here. The first time we stayed in cabin 6 which along with cabins 7 and 8 were recently remodeled . Those 3 cabins are fine, but the rest are in terrible shape. The carpeting is old and musty. The whole place is very cheap. I got the feeling that the furniture hid the stains and dirt of thousands of travelers before my visit. It felt gross and dirty! I could not enjoy the outside surroundings because of the smell, shabbiness and stains surrounding me in my cabin.

    Not bad at all

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    We stayed in cabin 44 - view with kitchen.

    Cozy cabins, wonderful views

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    What an incredible place! Kalaloch cabins overlook the Pacific ocean and beautiful ocean cliffs. Just a short walk up the beach are tidepools full of starfish and anemones. Each cabin has a kitchenette, table, picnic table (outside) and ours had 2 queen beds and a futon. The staff was friendly and helpful, and the onsite restaurant was great and extremely affordable. All in all a wonderful experience and we'd love to return.

    Beautiful and hope to return one day

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    We loved Kalaloch Lodge! We stayed in one of the Secreast Motel units on the second floor on the end. It had two rooms, fireplace, and patio (with a view of the ocean). Even though we were there in July, we were able to use the fireplace at night. We slept with the windows open and could hear the waves. The room was spacious and comfortable. The restaurant in the lodge has a great view of the Ocean. We loved this place. The Olympic National Park rangers conduct a tidal pool program a short drive away. We also visited the Hoh Rainforest (20 min. away).

    Cozy log cabins by the ocean

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    We stayed at Kalaloch Lodge in early Nov, 2003.The lodge, located on a bluff off highway 101, has log cabins as well as rooms in the main lodge, all within sight of the beach and Pacific ocean. We took advantage of their off-season special of 2 nights for the price of one ($97) for certain non-beach view cabins. We could still see a little stretch of the beach from our cabin. The cabins are well furnished, with wood-burning furnaces and electric heater, a fridge, stove and cooking utensils. While not exactly luxurious, the cabins were comfortable and rustic. The views of the log-filled beach and creek, a few steps down from the cabins, was fabulous. The hotel reception folks were helpful and courteous. Restaurant food was very good (dinner menu included at least one vegetarian and several meat, poultry and seafood dishes). Restaurant service was excellent as well.

    Our new favorite getaway

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    We just returned from a mid-week stay - our first visit to Kalaloch (say Clay-lock).

    Location great, clean with fire place

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    I love this place. Its all about the surroundings-the beach, the rain forest, the spiritual rejuvination.

    The cabins are clean and comfortable (and I am easily grossed out). The fireplace is also a nice touch.

    Great Spot to Stay!

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    Spent 6 nights in cabin #9 on the bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

    Superior place to stay

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    You can stay in your own cabin. Build a fire, look out onto the shore and watch or listen to the waves. You can cook your own meals in the kitchens in the cabins or dine in the dining room. It is really one of the best places my husband and I have been to. We are going back for Xmas just to get away from it all. No TV, no phones, just sand, surf and peace & quiet

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kalaloch Lodge Forks

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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