Lake Quinault Resort

Address: 314 North Shore Road, Amanda Park, Washington, 98526, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 314 North Shore Road, Amanda Park, is near Olympic National Forest, Rain Forest Nature Trail, and Quinault Rain Forest.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Quinault Resort Amanda Park

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Travel Blogs from Amanda Park

Justin: Days 17 18: Olympic Serenity and Mediation

A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 11, 2015

42 photos

... communities. "Seeing" nature becomes a novelty for those who don't work in it, and it worried me that the enjoyment of such an experience will soon be priced well out of the reach of the people who work to make it happen.

Am I one of those tourists? Experiencing nature as a prepared delicacy to be unpacked, tasted, and rated as an imported set of chocolates? I don't know if I have the answer, but if I never traveled (and especially ...

Twilight and Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jzsquared on Jul 10, 2015

42 photos

... grown fond of on this trip, and Justin had some sort of sandwich. The bar also sold frappachinos, as well as other Starbucks drinks, so I grabbed a frap, bought some postcards, and then we were off to nowhere's land Washington.

We had two days to get to Yellowstone.

But Olympic National Park was beautiful, and it's so huge. We barely got to see all of it. We didn't get to see the Hoh Rainforest or Hurricane Ridge or anything like that. We barely even touched ...

Where the ocean meets the rainforest

A travel blog entry by musictechqueen on Aug 26, 2013

58 photos

... dropped, creating a deep, narrow channel. A new delta immediately began to form at the new lake level. Once the lake level was held steady, the channel migrated laterally along the existing delta. This test resulted in a sediment erosion model in which gradual drawdown of the lake would result in a greatly decreased sediment load downstream. Using this model, they drained the dam gradually over a two year time period, allowing much of the sediment to remain in the old lake basin.

Day 2 in Pardise!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 07, 2013

1 comment, 20 photos

... muffin!! It was a quaint place . . . with rain forest all around!! It was right near the big old lodge where we had stayed before . . . now to get my treasure back to our digs on the other side of the lake. There is fog on the lake, but not on the road, part of which is US 101.

I get back to the cabin . . . and Carol is up . . . waiting for coffee . . . and then I tell her I also have a muffin for breakfast . . . we enjoy ...

Peace and Quiet on Lake Quinault!

A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 06, 2013

24 photos

... shop the following day . . . Bella Rosa Coffee House . . . now where was it . . . it was on the way from . . . oh, there it is . . . hey, it is right across the street from the Starbucks in the Safeway store . . . coin toss . Bella wins!! What a pleasant surprise . . . very friendly barista . . . and great coffee . . . it is sort of a local gathering place for old ***** (guys) . . . I am thinking they just come to observe and chat with the pretty ...