Spending 2 Days in Olympic National Park, WA

by Roam & Thrive

Best Time to Visit Olympic National Park

Summers are generally the best time to visit weather-wise. You’ll have warmer temperatures, fewer chances of rain and more opportunities to catch some splendid sunsets. Another great time to visit is during late spring and early fall.

Is 2 Days Enough for Olympic National Park?

2 Days in  Olympic National Park, WA Itinerary

Lake Crescent

Lake Crescent is the largest lake in the area and probably one of the most beautiful. Luckily Highway 101 snakes right around the south side of the lake so there’s no way you’ll miss it but it’s still worth getting out and exploring the area. There are a number of hikes to do in the area that vary in length. The Spruce Railroad Trail runs around the north side of the lake

Sol Duc Hot Springs

Start the day early and head straight to Sol Duc Hot Springs or even better stay the night at this wonderful resort before taking advantage of the springs in the morning. The Sol Duc Hot Springs are man-made pools, three of which are mineral soaking pools and one is a freshwater pool. The mineral pools range from 99°F to 104°F while the freshwater pool remains at an atmospheric temperature of 85-50°F depending on the season.

Day Two

Happy Travels!

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