Olympic National Park is set to celebrate its 75th anniversary on June 29th, and now may be the time to visit to enjoy the diversity that the park has to offer. At Olympic, visitors can walk through the trees of the temperate rain forest; or on a remote ocean beach. Hurricane Ridge is located within the park and offers visitors a view of the mountains located in the heart of Olympic. The largest herd of Roosevelt elk in the Northwest also call Olympic National Park home. The park is also home to trees that are older than our ancestors and flowers that are native to the area. Camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis and would give you the opportunity to view all of the wildlife including black bears, mountain goats and racoons. If an overnight trip is not for you, perhaps a day trip to hike the numerous trails throughout the park would be a better fit. If you are looking for something different to do, take a day, head over to Olympic National Park and spend the day with nature!
Olympic National Park
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