Experience the wild coastal beauty of Kalaloch Lodge – perched high on a bluff, just steps from pristine stretches of sandy Pacific beach. Situated between two rainforests, Kalaloch offers charming rustic accommodations available with cozy fireplaces and spectacular views. As part of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, Kalaloch is the permanently protected home to puffins, sea otters and the largest populations of bald eagles in the lower 48 states. With its nearby hiking trails, extraordinary bicycling and whale watching adventures, Kalaloch is the perfect place to settle in during your Olympic escape.
At Kalaloch Lodge – perched high on a bluff just steps from the beach – you’ll marvel at the many moods of the powerful Pacific. Kalaloch Lodge is approximately 34 mile from the town of Forks, WA, a popular destination for sport fishers who fish for salmon and rainbow trout in nearby rivers. It is also supported by visitors to Olympic National Park. In recent years, the city has gained notoriety for being a key setting in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series. Kalaloch Lodge is just a few miles away from Ruby Beach. Ruby Beach is located in the Olympic Peninsula on the south side of the Olympic National Park. As part of the Olympic National Park, the shoreline of Ruby Beach offers scenic views of mountains, glaciers, rainforests, and lots of wilderness. When visiting the area, definitely put Ruby beach on your agenda – it will be well worth it.Book today