Visit Lake Crescent, US
Olympic National Park covers much of the Olympic Peninsula and was created in 1938 by Franklin D. Roosevelt partly to ensure the long term survival of the rare Roosevelt elk.
Today the park is home to the largest remaining herd in the US and they roam free across the park's wild rivers and enormous tracts of temperate rainforest composed of gigantic stands of hemlock, Douglas fir and western red cedar.
Lake Crescent is a ten acre glacier-gouged lake located on the park's northern boundary and is the perfect location for exploring and relaxing. Nearby lies the beautiful coastal drive toward Neah Bay along the edge of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Marymere Falls, and the precipitous road to breathtaking Hurricane Ridge.
Other highlights of Olympic National Park include the Hoh Rainforest and the Sol Duc hot springs.
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Places near Lake Crescent
- Port Angeles 29 kilometers away
- Quinault 67 kilometers away
- Seattle 122 kilometers away
- Mount Rainier National Park 206 kilometers away
- Mount St. Helens 242 kilometers away
- Cannon Beach 243 kilometers away
- Washington State 294 kilometers away
- Portland 296 kilometers away
- Newport, Oregon 382 kilometers away
- Bend (Sisters) 455 kilometers away
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Nestled among the giant fir and hemlock trees on the shores of Lake Crescent on the Olympic Peninsula, this charming lodge was built in 1916 and is today a rightful member of the National Register of Historic Places.