Iron Springs Resort

Address: 3707 Highway 109, Copalis Beach, Washington, 98535, United States | Resort
 
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This resort is located on 3707 Highway 109, Copalis Beach.
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          Travel Blogs from Copalis Beach

          Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory!

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

          29 photos

          ... huge! When we had passed this hill last night, it took us a minute to realize that it was a hill of shells! The scenery was very different on today's drive up the Washington “coast”, in contrast to the Oregon coast. For the most part, the water we saw was from bays, and often with a marsh (called a “slough” here) at the ...

          Rainforest Adventure

          A travel blog entry by rosepoeth on Oct 01, 2015

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... huge moss covered trees, fern covered ground, and beautiful rays of sunshine, that occasionally broke through. Next we did the Spruce Nature Trail, which took us by some lovely streams, and eventually by the Hoh River.
          Ate our leftover pizza for lunch, and set out for Ruby Beach. As we got closer to the beach, the fog began to show. We made the turn, and what we saw took both of our breath's away, Simply stunning! ...

          Justin: Days 17 18: Olympic Serenity and Mediation

          A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 11, 2015

          42 photos

          ... Shore Rd. was far more development for a gravel road: there were actually two lanes. North Shore had the fun of sharp 90 degree turns with no visibility, only one lane (for traffic of all directions), and no shoulders. Check the photos after the waterfall--sadly we couldn't get a picture of how scary the road was when it was climbing elevation: Jamie was too terrified to look over the edge. It was a long drop off the road, and there was ...

          Twilight and Waterfalls

          A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 10, 2015

          42 photos

          ... so next time?

          We arrived at the hotel, went to the Quinault Ranger Station, got stamps for our passports, as well as the Olympic sticker, and asked where we could find waterfalls. She mentioned that there were two within a drive-able distance from the lodge, so we thought "awesome" and headed along our merry way there.

          The first waterfall was maybe ten or so minutes from the lodge on highway 101 called Merriman Falls.The falls plunge over about forty feet of ...

          Lightning the load

          A travel blog entry by aquest on Aug 27, 2014

          30 photos

          ... books. This route unfortunately was not particularly interesting Forks is the first place in the US not to exploit the reason that made it famous if you did not know about the books before you came you would not know after either, Strange.

          On to Ruby beach which was the second ...