50 Places to Visit on the Olympic Peninsula

50 Places to Visit on the Olympic Peninsula

Washington is a state full of beautiful sites! One of the best is the Olympic Peninsula. It is home to the Olympic Mountain Range, Olympic National Park, and so many other great places. I’ve created a list of the top 50 places I want to visit on the peninsula. I have also created a Google Map showing the list. Enjoy!

Western Peninsula

Olympic National Park

Spoon Creek Falls

Wynoochee Falls

Staircase Rapids

Triton Cove State Park

Murhut Falls

Dosewallips State Park

Rocky Brook Falls

Mt. Walker Viewpoint

Anderson Lake State Park

Fort Flagler Historical State Park

Fort Townsend Historical State Park

Port Townsend, WA

Fort Worden Historical State Park

Strait of Juan de Fuca

Dungeness Spit

Port Angeles, WA

Ferry to Victoria, BC

Hurricane Ridge

Madison Creek Falls

Marymere Falls

Lake Crescent

Salmon Cascades (late Sept-Early October)

Sol Duc Falls

Beaver Falls

Strait of Juan de Fuca Scenic Byway – Hwy 112

Salt Creek County Park

Neah Bay, WA

Makah Museum

Pacific Coast

Hobuck Beach

Cape Flattery

Shi Shi Beach

Point of Arches

Ozette Lake

Cape Alava

Rialto Beach

Hole-In-The-Wall

Third Beach

Strawberry Bay Falls

Second Beach

First Beach

La Push, WA

♦ Forks, WA

Hoh Rain Forest

Ruby Beach

Kalaloch Beach 4

Lake Quinault

Quinault Rain Forest

Willaby Creek Falls

Gatton Creek Falls

Merriman Falls

Since I live in Olympia, WA, I’m really excited to see as much of the Peninsula as I can. I’ll be updating this list as I visit more places. Please leave your impressions of this list in the comments! I would love to hear what you think!

Updated on: 8-14-2017

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