What is Open in Olympic National Park?

July 6, 2020 | Uncategorized


Most of the west side attractions of Olympic National Park are open for day use and most of the campgrounds are also open.  Guests of the Miller Tree Inn are able to explore Hurricane Ridge, Marymere Falls, Lake Crescent, Sol Duc Falls, Rialto Beach, the Hoh Rainforest, Ruby Beach and Kalaloch Beaches 1 – 6 and Ozette.  First, Second and Third beach in or near LaPush are not open.  The Quielute tribe has closed the village of LaPush to non tribal members and will not be opening up again until at least August 7.  They will make a determination on or around August 7 about whether or not they will open to the general public at that time.  The Makah tribe has closed the village of Neah Bay to non tribal members.  The Makah Museum and Cultural Center is not open, nor is the road and trail out to Cape Flattery.  We have not heard when they will be reopening to the general public. Most area restaurants are open, though some are still serving take out meals only.  All but our smallest room is equipped with a table and chairs for enjoying your take out meals at the inn.  Our smallest room has lap trays for in room dining and there is a front porch swing, that some guests enjoy using if the weather permits. There are many possibilities for hiking and exploring the best of the Olympic Peninsula!