The third-largest glacial impoundment in Washington anchors the coastal strip of Olympic National Park at its north end. The small town of Ozette, home to a coastal tribe, is the trailhead for two of the park's better one-day hikes. Both 3-mile trails lead over boardwalks through swampy wetland and coastal old-growth forest to the ocean shore and uncrowded beaches.
At the end of Hoko-Ozette Rd., 26 miles southwest of Hwy. 112 near Sekiu, Ozette, Washington, 98326, United States
360-963–2725-Ozette Ranger Station