ADDRESS

Kalaloch Lodge
Olympic National Park
157151 Hwy 101
Forks, WA 98331

HOURS

Open Year Round
Ranger Station, daily summer

CONTACT

(360) 962-2271
Kalaloch
Kalaloch Lodge

AMENITIES

Camping, Lodging, Picnic Facilities, Restrooms, Trails, Wheelchair Accessible

Kalaloch is known for its wide sandy beach. The Kalaloch area has two campgrounds, a concession-operated lodge, a ranger station (open daily in summer only) with exhibits and information desk, a picnic area, self-guided nature trails.

The Quinault Indians first called this coastal land “Kalaloch” or “good place to land.” Their ancient and native culture, still a strong presence here, thrived across the vibrant trio of protected sub-alpine, forest and coastal ecosystems that today comprise majestic Olympic National Park and its nearly one million acres. Here, the Pacific Ocean breaks upon miles of driftwood-lined beaches. The soaring evergreen forest rises just beyond the sand.

WHICH ANIMALS YOU CAN EXPECT TO SEE

COMMONLY SEEN

OCCASIONALLY SEEN

MAP AND DIRECTIONS

TRAVEL TIPS

Kalaloch is accessible directly off of Highway 101 (Directions).

VIEWING GUIDE

View our guide on how to watch marine animals from shore.

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