This is one of the most popular national parks in Washington state. Here are some facts about it...
The Olympic National Park is a haven for nature enthusiasts and one of the most frequented, attracting over 25 million visitors each year.
Olympic National Park is one of the biggest wilderness regions in the United States with an area of 876,554 acres.
This National Park preserves one of the remaining temperate rainforests in North America which features a thick canopy of dense flora.
This location is well-known for its marine life, particularly tidepools. You can explore them during low tides since they are made on the shoreline by the receding waves.
The National Park Service removed the Elwha and Glines Canyons dams from the park's Elwha River in 2014. It was considered the largest dam removal project in history.
Olympic National Park is home to the Olympic marmot, which can only be found in this park. It is one of the park's most personable and lively creatures.
If you are interested in whale watching, then this Park is the ideal place for you. You can spot various endangered species of whales here like blue, sei, finback, etc.
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