Kalaloch Lodge At Olympic National Park - Hotel, Lodging & Cabins
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The Quinault Indians first called this coastal land "Kalaloch" or "good place to land". Their ancient and native culture, still a strong presence here, thrived across the vibrant trio of protected sub-alpine, forest and coastal ecosystems that today comprise majestic Olympic National Park and its nearly one million acres.
Here, the Pacific Ocean breaks upon miles of driftwood-lined beaches. The soaring evergreen forest rises just beyond the sand. In this natural wonderland, a perfect diversity of Pacific Northwest flora, fauna, geography, culture, history and, yes, hospitality conspire to create unforgettable experiences.
Staying at the apex of the Olympic Peninsula's most popular area, Kalaloch Lodge guests can fill their days with miles of beachcombing, hiking, fishing, bird watching, whale watching and other inspiring endeavors. As sunset ignites the western sky, you will return to this fabled coast's only resort accommodations to share your own stories and recharge for another perfect day.
Live Kalaloch Lodge Web Camera
Check out a live view of Kalaloch Creek and the mighty Pacific Ocean with our Kalaloch web camera!
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