Maps & Directions to Olympic National Park
Directions to Olympic National Park
Kalaloch Lodge is located 3-1/2 hours from Seattle in Olympic National Park on Washington's beautiful and rugged west coast. Kalaloch is about 90 miles southwest of Port Angeles, on U.S. 101. Whether it serves as base camp for your entire park visit or an Oceanside stopover on your vacation journey, Kalaloch Lodge will make your stay a memorable one.
GPS: 47.605825, -124.371462
Park Entrance Fees
There are no entrance fees to get to Kalaloch Lodge; the entrance stations are located on any roads that are maintained by the park service. The entrance stations are on the roads leading to the following attractions, there are no entrance fee points along 101: Elwah, Hurricane Ridge, Hoh, Ozette, Sol Duc, and Staircase.
Kalaloch Lodge Facility Map
Click to download a Kalaloch Lodge facility map (PDF - Requires Adobe® Reader®)
Did you know? The National Park Service is turning 100 in 2016, and to celebrate are offering 16 fee-free entrance days to all National Parks! Mark your calendar for these entrance fee-free dates in 2016:
- January 18: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- April 16-24: National Park Week
- August 25-28: National Park Service Birthday
- September 24: National Public Lands Day
- November 11: Veterans Day