Lake Quinault Lodge, Olympic National Park

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Lake Quinault Lodge

Looking for a bit of comfort after your long hike? Perhaps you would prefer to enjoy nature from a lakeside Adirondack chair. Either way, the historic Lake Quinault Lodge, located just outside the park boundary on the east side of the Olympic Peninsula, is an awesome place to stay on your Olympic National Park Adventure. Book Online.

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Why should I stay at Lake Quinault Lodge?

Lake Quinault Lodge is one of the most luxurious lodges near Olympic National Park. Featured on the PBS program “Great Lodges of the National Park,” Lake Quinault Lodge is a historic lodge on beautiful Lake Quinault that features beautiful architecture. Here you can grab an Adirondack chair, sit back, and enjoy one of the best views of Olympic National Park. Close by are the Quinault Rain Forest Trail and Big Cedar Trail which lead right into the Quinault Rainforest. Called “The Valley of the Giants,” the Quinault Rainforest is home to some of the largest trees in North America. Standing in the presence of one of these giants is truly a spiritual experience.

Where is Lake Quinault Lodge located?

Lake Quinault Lodge is located just outside of the park boundary in the southwest corner of Olympic National Park. It is 70 miles south of the town of Forks and 40 miles north of the city of Aberdeen.

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Tell me more about Lake Quinault Lodge, Olympic National Park. 

  • Season: Open Year Round 
  • Amenities: restaurants, cozy grand lobby, recreation room-including ping pong and board games, indoor sauna and pool, rentable canoes and kayaks. 

Historic Facts: 

  • Lake Quinault Lodge was built in 1926. 
  • President Franklin Delano Roosevelt lunched in the main lodge in 1937.