- The Olympic Peninsula is a diverse blend of natural wonders and culture. At its center are the Olympic National Forest and the Olympic National Park that combine the Olympic Mountain peaks and the Pacific Ocean coast to create a very unique rainforest that is home to some of the world’s largest trees. Dotting the peninsula’s coastlines are cities and towns that are true commercial centers for this region. Port Angeles, La Push, Hoquiam, Port Townsend, Neah Bay, and Sequim are populated with many native tribes that are said to have lived in this area for over three thousand years. In keeping the area rich with cultural history, these cities have many festivals, native artwork, and historical museums.
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Selah Inn on Hood Canal, WA offers a restful, magnificent setting, luxurious guestrooms, and fantastic cuisine. Walk on the beach, gather fresh oysters and clams, bike, golf, kayak, hike, dine by candlelight. more...