March 19, 2019

$20.10 Rates for the Rest of 2010 on the Olympic Peninsula

Olympic National Park and surroundings set the  stage for a relaxing winter getaway. This year, that getaway is more affordable  than ever.  For November or December travel with the End 2010 with $20.10 Deal, visitors to the area can stay one night at Lake Quinault Lodge (pictured above) or Kalaloch Lodge for $99 and get the second night for ONLY $20.10!

Although it’s one of the wettest regions in the Northwest, there are  plenty of indoor and outdoor activities available to complement an Olympic Peninsula winter escape, rain or shine. Here are some suggestions:

*         Tide pooling at Kalaloch Beach in the twilight hours between 6  and 7 p.m.
*         Storm watching from a cozy cabin at Kalaloch Lodge, as wild Pacific waves crash against boulders
*         Taking a rain forest tour at Lake Quinault Lodge, when fall and winter downpours create the most vibrant setting of the year
*         Watching for the region’s diverse bird species, including crossbills, dippers, warblers, chickadees, nuthatches and thrushes
*         Indulging in the culinary delights of Chef Patrick Norris at Lake Quinault Lodge’s Roosevelt Room, featuring contemporary twists on Northwest fare
*         Relaxing fireside in either lodge’s fireplace rooms or the grand fireplace in Lake Quinault Lodge’s lobby

This package is valid for visits from Nov. 1 to Dec. 30, 2010. Blackout dates include Nov. 23-26 and Dec. 22-26. Visitors must book by November 30. Reservations for either lodges can be made by visiting www.olympicnationalparks.com or by calling (866) 297-7367.

Photo credit:  ARAMARK Parks and Destinations