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Cabin in Port Angeles
Sol Duc Serenity- Riverfront +Hot Tub + Nat'l Park
Sol Duc Serenity awaits you in your own cottage w/ abundant privacy & beauty. Instantly unwind to the sounds & sights of the river just below your private deck. Or steps away to a second deck, soak in the hot tub with a front row view of the river & moss strewn forest. This rare 1bdrm/1bath w/ a full kitchen & modern bath is a diamond in the rough and is centrally located between all Olympic National Park top stops (lake crescent, moss hall etc) Check out what’s in the neighborhood below!
$316 per night
Cottage in Amanda Park
Quinault Cove- Canner’s Cottage
Canners Cottage will be your perfect home base for exploring the lush Quinault Rainforest and Southern half of the Olympic National Park. Enjoy walking the temperate forest on surrounding trails while having the opportunity to see elk, bald eagles, and otters. Adventure the Enchanted Valley from Graves Creek into the home of over 1,000 waterfalls or enjoy a relaxing day reading by the lake. The Kalaloch Beaches(located 35 minutes away) make for a great day trip exploring tide pools!
$276 per night
Home in Amanda Park
Lake front Quinault Cottage Inside Olympic Nat Pk
Three bedrooms two bathroom ,cedar sauna ,195' of private waterfront beach Is thoughtfully designed to offer maximum comfort and tranquility, making it the perfect destination for a memorable vacation. you'll have easy access to the Olympic National Park and its scenic hiking trails, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts who love to explore nature. Take a dip in the lake, go kayaking, or cast a line and enjoy a day of fishing. Whether you're looking for adventure or simply want to unwind,
$310 per night

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$125 per night
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Your guide to Quinault

All About Quinault

The Quinault Valley in Olympic National Park makes an excellent base for hiking, paddling, and exploring the lush rainforest. Located on the south shore of Lake Quinault, Quinault is home to a few businesses serving the visitors who flock to the scenic area to relax with a view of the lake. Long inhabited by the Quinault Tribe, who took advantage of the abundant food sources the rainforest provides, Lake Quinault saw its first settlers in the late 19th century, and some hiking trails circle by the early homesteads. A totem-pole rain gauge in the center of town emphasizes that this is the wettest spot in the continental United States.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Quinault

Visitors to Quinault need to bring a rain jacket, rain boots, and an umbrella or whatever other gear possible to keep them dry. The area gets more than 140 inches of rainfall throughout the year, though July and August average only around eight days of rain each, compared to 18 or 19 per month in December and January. The rainforest stays relatively temperate, with average summer high temperatures around 75 degrees Fahrenheit and winter lows averaging about 40. The coastal climate also means that even the hottest days cool down at night, making a sweater or sweatshirt a minimum requirement even in the warm months.

Top things to do in Quinault


Many visitors come here simply to enjoy the beauty of Lake Quinault and the activities it inspires. If you’re looking to do more than splash around in the water, local outfitters rent canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards. You can also take guided boat tours around the lake, a prime opportunity to view wildlife including bald eagles, osprey, and river otters.

Quinault Rainforest Loop Drive

The 31-mile loop around the lake and along the Quinault River provides a great introduction to the flora and fauna of the area. It takes about two hours to drive straight through, but most visitors take the opportunity to stop for short trails, wildlife viewing, and to take in the scenic lake views and the area's many dazzling waterfalls.

Kestner Homestead

The Kestner Homestead Trail leaves from the Quinault Ranger Station on the north shore of the lake and does a 1.3-mile loop along a creek and then around an old barn, homes, and equipment from a 19th-century homestead. The trail makes a good introduction to the area and wildlife such as elk.

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