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Things to Do

great Hiking, roaring waterfalls, record trees, ocean beaches & trophy fishing!

There is lots to do when you visit the Quinault River Inn. Groomed hiking trails, easy backcountry access, record trees and trophy fishing are great options for our active guests. Car touring of the Quinault Rainforest, ocean beaches, our section of the Olympic Peninsula Waterfall Trail and the many wildlife photo opportunities are fun ways to immerse yourself in nature's wonders. We are conveniently located 2 1/2 hours from Sea-Tac airport and 1/2 hour from the Pacific Ocean.
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Olympic National Park

The center piece of the Olympic Peninsula, the 922,000 acre Olympic National Park features snow-covered mountains, roaring rivers and dense rain forests. Our location is perfect for exploring the pristine wilderness of the southern areas of the Park.
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Olympic Peninsula Destinations

Many travelers are exploring much of the Olympic Peninsula, the Olympic Mountains, the Strait of Juan de Fuca as well as the Hood Canal. Check out Lake Quinault ideas here.
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Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to wildlife conservation and preservation. Learn about Fishing, Hunting and Shellfishing opportunities including licenses, permits and regulations. Experience digging and preparing our famous razor clams.
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Hiking the Olympic National Forest

Enjoy the Olympic National Forest that ranges from lush rain forests to deep canyons and high mountain ridges. Enjoy the wilderness and rich plant life of the area,
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Quinault Indian Nation

The Inn is on the Quinault Indian Reservation and is under their jurisdiction. We are honored to share their culture and recent history. We hope our guests take the time to explore.
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Lake Quinault Area Info

Lake Quinault Area is a community-centered around Lake Quinault and encircled by a temperate rain forest. Hike the trails, and relax in the wildlife.
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Lake Quinault Hiking Trail Maps

Opt for vigorous trails or family-friendly hikes under a rain-forest canopy or take in a scenic loop drive to get close to centuries-old trees, waterfalls and wildlife that will blow your mind.
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Grays Harbor Tourism

Grays Harbor County is located Southwest of the Olympic Penisula right along the Pacific Ocean. Camp, kayak, walk, hike in Grays Harbor.
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