Lake Crescent Lodge

416 Lake Crescent Road, Olympic National Park, Washington, 98363, United States | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge, located on 416 Lake Crescent Road, Olympic National Park, is near Marymere Falls Trail, Sol Duc Hot Springs, and Olympic Peninsula Loop Drive.
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    Travel Blogs from Olympic National Park

    Into the National Parks we go!

    A travel blog entry by chris.simons26 on Jun 12, 2014

    15 photos

    Today was about two things; picking up the car and driving in the USA and starting our trip through the National Parks of the west coast. We managed to cram a lot more in than that though!

    Firstly, we picked up our car. I had asked for a Dodge Charger (pretty cool I think) but we got a Chevrolet Malibu (seriously uncool). We successfully …

    Olympic National park

    A travel blog entry by belgtravelgirl on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    Vrijdagmorgen was er gelukkig geen verkeer naar het NP Olympia, en konden we dus op ons 'gemakje' naar Quinault rijden. Eerst hebben we onze picknick opgegeten en daarna waren we klaar voor wat wandelingen.







    En we wilden weer wat overdrijven door direct 15 km te gaan wandelen. Hierbij vergaten we wel dat er …

    Goodbye Summer, Hello Fall

    A travel blog entry by cnickerson on Oct 02, 2011

    39 photos

    ... campground overlooked the playground and was close to a rocky beach - perfect for finding many of the little crabs that delighted both Sophia and Meredith when they scuttled away from us. We started each day with a trip to the local bakery for a very nice cup of coffee and delicious pastry treats - my kind of camping!. Then we continued on to Tribune Bay for more beach explorations. The trailer worked out well (mostly because Andrew spent so much time ...

    An English reminder

    A travel blog entry by richmott on Jan 27, 2011

    ... participating in this "adventure" , including myself, the enormity of a fresh start in a city such as Vancouver, really sinks in when you sit your suitcase down in the hostel room, unpack a few things, then realize the length of time you are not only expected to survive, but to enjoy. Without mentioning too much, the difficulty of enjoying this challenge certainly increases when you have something at home that traps a part of you, and unfortunately it is something that ...

    The Twilight Zone

    A travel blog entry by danandloulou on Jun 23, 2010

    9 photos

    One of the largest active faults in north america, the Cascadia subduction zone, runs parallel to Washington's coast, 32 to 70 miles offshore. Many of the beaches have tsunami warning signs and evacuation routes in the case of tidal waves caused by earthquakes out at sea. The last tidal wave here in 1964, triggered by a large earthquake in Alaska, reached a height of 13 feet and destroyed half of the coastal town called Seaview.

    We knew from the Twilight ...

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