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The Olympic Peninsula and Washington Coast Travel Guide

Visitor Information

Contacts

North Olympic Peninsula Visitor and Convention Bureau (Port of Port Angeles, 338 W. 1st St., Suite 104, Port Angeles, 98362. 360/452–8552 or 800/942–4042. www.olympicpeninsula.org.)

Discover Your Northwest. Formerly known as the Northwest Interpretive Association, this nonprofit operates a bookshop in the Olympic National Park Visitor Center with maps, guides and other useful information for navigating public lands in the Pacific Northwest. 3002 Mt. Angeles Rd., Port Angeles, WA, 98104. 360/565–3195. www.nwpubliclands.com.

Olympic National Forest (1835 Blacklake Blvd. S.W., Olympia, WA, 98512. 360/956–2400 Olympia Office; 360/765–2200 Hood Canal Ranger District, Quilcene; 360/374–6522 Pacific Ranger District North, Forks; 360/288–2525 Pacific Ranger District South, Quinault. www.fs.usda.gov/olympic.)

Olympic National Park (3002 Mt. Angeles Rd., (visitor center), Port Angeles, WA, 98362. 360/565–3130 visitor information; 360/565–3131 road and weather hotline. www.nps.gov/olym.)

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