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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
In January 2020, Forks had record breaking rainfall. We accumulated approximately 1/3 of our annual amount. We had a little over 30 inches of rain in January, which is roughly 3 times the normal! Even those of us that have lived here for years were feeling a little water logged! The first few days of […]
Happy New Year from all of us at the Miller Tree Inn! A new year is full of fresh possibilities. There are things we can do, change, fix etc. The dawn of a new year is always full of hope for us and we wish you all the very best. If you have not come […]
Christmas 2019 is almost upon us and all of us at the Miller Tree Inn would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Bill and Susan (owners/innkeepers) are off to spend the holidays in Boise this year. They are leaving the inn operations in the capable hands of Cheryl, our long time innsitter and Jackson, the new chef that has been here since April. Our regular staff of Mary, Gay and our bevy of housekeepers will be on staff making things run as smoothly as possible. We are blessed with amazing help.
We attempted something new this year. About a week ago we launched a monthly newsletter. Each month we hope to feature a special, discount or package as well as a recipe and either an event or something new that is happening at the inn. For our trial period, we have limited the number of recipients, but hope to expand that in the coming months.
In January, we look forward to having some new flooring installed in our two main floor common areas and some new
room darkening shades in a couple of rooms.
Also in January, the Garden Club is hosting its annual tea party and guest speaker on January 18. Always an interesting, educational and tasty event. Olympic National Park will again be hosting a “Free Park Admissions,” day on January 20. Two good reasons to come to Forks in January. AND if you have not enjoyed one of Jackson’s breakfasts, please join us at the Miller Tree Inn sometime in January. He is our breakfast chef on Thursday – Sunday mornings. You are in for a treat!
Again, we hope you have a very Merry Christmas and that you will make the Miller Tree Inn part of your travel plans in 2020!
Fall has arrived at the Miller Tree Inn along with some rain and breezy weather. The other day, we had more than 5 inches of rain fall in a 24 hour period. Those kinds of days are perfect for taking a short drive out to the coast to see the wave action at the beach. […]
The 4th of July is almost here and Forks is a great place to celebrate the holiday. The Miller Tree Inn and the other businesses in Forks are all decked out in Red, White and Blue in honor of the day and there are many activities and events planned on the 4th and throughout the […]