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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.

CURRENT ROAD CONDITIONS: Highway 101 is currently under construction at Crescent Lake as part of a three-year project, which is scheduled to be completed in fall 2019. There will be no construction from mid-November 2018 to mid-March 2019, and temporary traffic signals will be removed. Construction will resume in mid-March 2019, and is anticipated to go through late September 2019. Learn more about this project including anticipated construction delays in 2019.

Please visit the National Park Service website for up-to-date conditions.

Trail Closures and Alerts

  • Elwha (Olympic Hot Springs) Road Closed to Vehicle Access: The Elwha area is closed indefinitely to vehicle traffic beyond Madison Falls parking lot due to excessive flood damage. There is limited parking and turnaround space at the Madison Falls parking area.
  • Spruce Railroad Trail Delays (North Side of Lake Crescent): Trail work underway through mid-December. The trail is closed from the west end off Camp David Jr. Road/North Shore trailhead for one mile to the Daley-Rankin Tunnel. No through traffic.
Find out more information on the National Park Service's website.


Park Entrance Fees

Good news! There are no park entry fees to get to Kalaloch Lodge.

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Traveling by Car, Ferry, or Air

Traveling by Car

From Seattle/Tacoma:

  • Take I-5 South to Olympia
  • Turn West on Highway 8 to Elma, connecting with Highway 12 to Aberdeen
  • Then take Highway 101 North to Kalaloch
  • Estimated driving time = 3 to 3.5 hours

From Portland, OR:

  • Take I-5 North to Centralia
  • Follow Highway 12 West to Aberdeen
  • Then take Highway 101 North to Kalaloch
  • Estimated driving time = 4 hours

From Bellingham, WA and Vancouver, BC:

  • Take I-5 South to Burlington
  • Follow Highway 20 West to Anacortes through to Whidbey Island and the Keystone-Port Townsend Ferry
  • Cross Puget Sound by ferry to Port Townsend
  • Follow Highway 101 West through Port Angeles to Forks and onto Kalaloch
  • Estimated traveling time = 5 hours

From Victoria, BC:

  • From Victoria's Inner Harbour, take the Black Ball Ferry Line - "MV Coho," crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Port Angeles, WA
  • Follow Highway 101 West through Forks to Kalaloch
  • Estimated traveling time = 3 hours

Traveling by Ferry

Ferry service is available throughout most of the year between Victoria, British Columbia, and Port Angeles. The Coho Ferry offers vehicle and passenger service throughout the year, except for a two-week winter maintenance shutdown. The Washington State Ferry system serves a number of routes across Puget Sound, but does not provide service in or out of Port Angeles.

Traveling by Air

The William R. Fairchild International Airport serves the greater Port Angeles area and is the closest airport to Olympic National Park. Rental cars are also available. You can also fly into Seattle's Sea-Tac Airport and rent a car (Kalaloch Lodge is about a three hour drive).