Rain Forest Resort Village

Address: 516 S Shore Rd, Quinault, Washington, 98575-9706, United States | Motel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this motel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This motel, located on 516 S Shore Rd, Quinault, is near Olympic National Forest, Rain Forest Nature Trail, and Quinault Rain Forest.
Map this motel

Amenities

           

        TravelPod Member ReviewsRain Forest Resort Village Quinault

        Reviewed by travelfishes

        Rain Forest Resort Village

        Reviewed Jun 2, 2015
        by (29 reviews) Stuttgart , Germany Flag of Germany

        Urige Anlage, Holzhütten, schöner Blick auf den See - empfehlenswert!

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Rain Forest Resort Village Quinault

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Quinault

        Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory!

        A travel blog entry by sel48. on Oct 05, 2015

        29 photos

        First of all – two clarifications from the last blog. I had mentioned the ever-present bugs. Well, just to prove me wrong, we had a lovely breakfast outside this morning at the campground – no bugs! And lunch and dinner tonight at Lake Quinault, no bugs. Second thing – I forgot to mention that whenever we were near water on this ...

        Justin: Days 17 18: Olympic Serenity and Mediation

        A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 11, 2015

        42 photos

        The journey to Quinault involved a lot of small Washington highway driving. Almost 3 weeks into the journey and I miss the big multilane mega-highways that is the Interstate Highway System. Washington has been very scenic to drive through so far, and I've seen everything from farms to rocky cliffs, to awesome bridges, and large bodies of water.

        Once we arrived at Quinault, we went on a joyride down South Shore and North Shore ...

        Twilight and Waterfalls

        A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 10, 2015

        42 photos

        ... which is 60 miles of shoreline. Then there's the glaciated mountains of the Olympics. There's also a temperate rainforest, both Quinault and Hoh, are examples of this. Then there's spots like Sol Duc hot springs.

        And the different geological regions aren't located close to one another. There are multiple entrances to Olympic National Park, and each entrance leads you to a different environment. Again, there's a wonderful map the website provides of all the different ...

        It'll Be Alright

        A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 08, 2014

        79 photos

        ... a sign that read "Big Spruce Tree". Naturally we pulled over to see what the sign was indicating. As we had thought, the sign indicated that there was a big spruce tree nearby. I had a vague idea of how big it would be, but this blew even my mind away. Ible's too. Just on the side of the road stood the biggest spruce tree I had ever laid eyes on. This Sitka Spruce tree was literally the size of a lot of buildings that I have seen. After reading the interpretive sign that ...

        Lightning the load

        A travel blog entry by aquest on Aug 27, 2014

        30 photos

        ... views so as we are passing up we go.

        Yet again a beautiful road weather perfect and hardly any traffic so we were able to enjoy the steady journey up to the top.



        The decision was to go to the top of the Olympic Peninsular then round to Forks, made famous by ...