Some New Features at the Miller Tree Inn

We have been open at the Miller Tree Inn and receiving guest for the last couple of weeks.  The Lake Crescent and Sol Duc areas are open for park visitors.  At this writing the beaches near LaPush and Kalaloch are still closed, as is the Hoh Rainforest.  It appears that Olympic National Park will be […]

Miller Tree Inn and Covid-19 Update

We are taking a break this week from writing about all the wonderful places to visit in Olympic National Park.  We hope that we will be open to receive guests by June 1, but timelines are still elusive right now as our local and state governments decide on how best to proceed while keeping the […]

Visiting Washington’s Northern Beaches

There are many beautiful beaches to visit on Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula.  Four of our favorite beaches are within a 20 minute drive of the Miller Tree Inn. The best time to visit any beach is at low tide.  The best time within that window is 2 hours before low tide to 2 hours after […]

Visiting Sol Duc

The Sol Duc area is a lovely spot to visit when exploring Olympic National Park.  It takes about 45 minutes to get from the Miller Tree Inn to the Sol Duc Falls parking area.  However, if you are visiting in the spring or fall, be sure to stop at the pull out at Salmon Cascades.  […]

Visiting Lake Crescent

Lake Crescent is a 10 mile long Lake in Olympic National Park. Highway 101 follows along side the lake between Port Angeles and Forks.  Lake Crescent is a beautiful, blue, deep and cold water lake and is worth a stop to explore.  There are some places where you can rent water craft to paddle your […]

Welsh Apple Pie

Even though the Miller Tree Inn is closed to non-essential travelers until at least May 4, we are thinking of our guests and are getting prepared for them when the time comes.  Innkeeper Bill has been busy painting and Innkeeper Susan has been doing lots of laundry, in addition to trying out new recipes.  Today […]

Hurricane Ridge – Olympic National Park

Today seems like a great day to dream of the summer and what is to come after being cooped up in the house!  The mountain portion of Olympic National Park is one of 3 distinct ecosystems within the park.  From Forks and the Miller Tree Inn, the closest place to get your mountain “fix” is […]

Visiting Olympic National Park

Most of the Miller Tree Inn guests come to explore the wonders and natural beauty of Olympic National Park.  Olympic National Park has 3 distinct areas to explore.  The park boasts of glacier capped mountains, lush rainforests and wild and rugged ocean beaches.  We encourage our guests to make time to spend one or more […]

April 2020

We are living in extraordinary times. Here at the Miller Tree Inn, we are following the directive of our governor to stay at home.  Because we want to keep our guests, employees, ourselves and our community safe, we have temporarily closed the Miller Tree Inn and will not be taking guests until at least May […]