Located south of Lake Crescent at the foot of the Olympic Mountains, this collection of cabins is one of my favorites in park boundaries. This is in large part due to the onsite hot springs pools (perfect for a soothing soak after a day on the trails), as well as a location that's much more remote than the other park lodges, near the end of the road in the Sol Duc Valley about 12 miles from busy U.S. 101. The location is ideal for day hikers, with trails emanating from a peaceful spot along the Sol Duc River leading to waterfalls and beyond, deep into the park's interior. Sleeping up to four guests, the cabins are relatively modern by national-park standards and many have kitchens, but the décor is spare and the furnishings are a bit dated. The exception is the deluxe three-bedroom River Suite, one of the nicest rooms in the park, with hardwood floors and much more style. The soaking pool is open to the public ($12.25 adults, $9.25 children 4–12, free for kids under 4); room rates include unlimited pool access for resort guests.
Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park› Hotel
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
At the end of Sol Duc Rd off U.S
Our Rating Neighborhood In The Park Phone 866/476-5382 Prices $163–$232 double; $412 suite. Pets accepted ($25 one-time fee) Amenities 2 restaurant; outdoor pool Units 32 cabins Web site Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort Other Rates include full breakfast and pool access. Closed late Sept to early Mar
MapAt the end of Sol Duc Rd off U.S Olympic National Park
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