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    Whether on your way there or traveling through the park, turn this playlist on for the perfect scenery-inspired soundtrack! Like the park, this playlist is inspired by both the land and the sea!

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    We've got you! We've curated a master list of our best recommendations for both inside and right outside each of our featured parks. Check it out! 

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    On top of the 99 hard trails ranging from 1.5 to 98.9 miles, this park is home to some of the most diverse landscapes that can be enjoyed in so many ways!

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In the mood for a short hike? A long haul? A wildlife adventure or a waterfall + swimming hole destination? This park has it all. Here are some of our favorites:

SOL DUC: Provides quick access to the stunning Seven Lakes Basin on the north side of the park.

RUBY BEACH: Presents the epitome of rugged Washington coastline.

HOH RIVER TRAIL: One of the few and finest examples of temperate rainforest in the United States, the Hoh Rain Forest is one of the most popular places to visit!

MOUNT ELLINOR: Awesome views line every step of the path.

RAIN SHADOW LOOP: Provides an excellent jumping-off point for longer hikes into the Olympic interior.

Olympic National Park with sailboats

Wondering where to grab a bite?

The Pacific Northwest is home to some legendary landscapes, but also some legendary cuisines! With access to fresh seafood and berries all the time, there are lots of delicious and fresh places to fuel up:

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    Quick Snacks

    YONG JIN ASIAN BAKERY: They have a large variety of specialty Asian pastries, many of which are gluten-free!

    SUNNYSIDE CAFE: A welcoming spot to gather for a hot buffet breakfast and dinner!

    TOGA'S SOUP HOUSE DELI & GOURMET:  A variety of casual fare, views of the Olympic Mountains, and an outdoor patio. 

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    Casual Dining

    HAMA HAMA OYSTER SALOON: These oysters are famous in the area! This is on our casual list because it is a limited menu and there is also a market on the scene!

    CREEKSIDE RESTAURANT: A lovely view and options for everyone! 

    BLACKBERRY CAFE: Blackberry barbecue sauce, shakes, pie, and particularly excellent pancakes.

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    A Bit Nicer

    BLONDIE'S PLATE: Located in Sequim, WA, this quaint spot will make you feel like a local on a date night.

    DUPUIS RESTAURANT: The Olympic Peninsula’s longest-established restaurant.

How Much Do You Know?

Test your knowledge with our Grand Canyon trivia! Ask your road trip companions to help pass the time in the car and learn together!