The Olympic National Park (ONP) well represents the authentic Pacific Northwest. Discover inspiration and activities, both rugged and genteel, for every person in each season.
The ONP is a jewel, no matter where you look. Occupying 1,442 square miles of the 3,600 square mile Olympic Peninsula in Washington State, the park embraces a vast area of pristine wilderness, from mountain crags and glaciers to the rugged coast and sea stacks of Washington State.
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(As you know, we have chosen to narrow the focus of our website to Port Angeles and the Olympic Peninsula in order to better serve you our visitors. The process of moving each page over to MyPortAngeles.com is nearly complete.)
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Below: Spectacular views to both the north and the south from the vantage point of Hurricane Ridge.
The Olympic National
Park protects the finest features of the Olympic Peninsula in order to preserve
them for the enjoyment and education of future generations.