Olympic National Park
Mountains, rainforests and beaches in the Pacific Northwest.
Home to four of the world’s few remaining temperate rainforests, a breathtaking coastline and craggy mountain peaks, Washington state’s Olympic National Park is unique among America’s national park sites. Elevations range from sea level to 7,983 feet at Mt. Olympus. Its wild Pacific coast is speckled with tide pools and sea stacks where you can watch whales from the shore. And in the misty valley, walk among giant trees including the nation’s largest Sitka spruce at 191 feet tall. Explore things to do and see in the park on our Olympic National Park website.