Do you need reservations to enter Olympic National Park?
No, you don’t need reservations to visit Olympic National Park. However, if you plan to spend the night in or around the park, you should have reservations for lodging, camping, or backpacking.
Can you drive into Olympic National Park?
– Hurricane Ridge, in Olympic National Park, a 17 mile drive up a scenic road to 5200 ft in elevation to enjoy trails through meadows and stunning views of the Olympic Mountains. Not to be missed!
Is it hard to get a campsite in Olympic National Park?
Most of the popular campgrounds in the park accept reservations. If you’re hoping to reserve something, click over to Recreation.gov to find a site. Reservations open up six months in advance of the first day of your reservation. … Now it’s time to choose your ideal campground for your trip to Olympic National Park!
Is Olympic park free?
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is free to visit every day of the week – and at 560 acres, there’s always something new to explore. Come along and experience sports, events and iconic venues – or just relax in our beautiful parklands and cafes.
Do you have to pay to get into Hoh rainforest?
All visitors at Olympic National Park are required to pay an entrance fee. Please be prepared to show a printed copy of your pass. Prior to visiting the park, visitors are required to print a hard copy pass for entry.
Is there a shuttle in Olympic National Park?
Olympic Hiking Company Trailhead Shuttles– Olympic Hiking Co. is commercially authorized to provide guided hiking tours and trailhead shuttles throughout Olympic National Park. Each year year, our trailhead shuttle service typically serves over 500 backpackers throughout the Olympic Peninsula.
Can you drive through Hoh rainforest?
Getting to the Hoh is a long drive from anywhere! You will definitely need a car to get there. Located on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula, it’s a solid four hour drive from Seattle, 3.5 hours from Tacoma and five hours from Portland.