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Coho Ferry

Coho makes between two and four round trips from Port Angeles to Victoria daily, with each crossing taking about 90 minutes and covering 37 kilometers or 20 nautical miles. The peak summer season has the most trips per day and the winter season the fewest. Click here for more info.

Lake Crescent

Nestled in the northern foothills of the Olympic Mountains, Lake Crescent lies about 18 miles west of Port Angeles (directions). The pristine waters of this deep, glacially carved lake make it an ideal destination for those in search of natural beauty. Click here for more info.

Spruce Railroad Trail

This 9.9-mile segment of trail follows the route of the Spruce Railroad, which was built in the waning days of WWI to bring old growth spruce logs out of the forest for building biplanes for the war effort. Locally, it is called the Spruce Railroad Trail, and it is located within Olympic National Park. It leaves from the East Beach trailhead and continues along the north shore of Lake Crescent for about 4 miles before it starts climbing gently toward the top of Fairholm Hill. Click here fore more info.

Hoh Rainforest

Throughout the winter season, rain falls frequently in the Hoh Rain Forest, contributing to the yearly total of 140 to 170 inches (or 12 to 14 feet!) of precipitation each year. The result is a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns that blanket the surfaces add another dimension to the enchantment of the rainforest. Click here fore more info.

Hurricane Ridge  

Hurricane Ridge is the most easily accessed mountain area within Olympic National Park. In clear weather, fantastic views can be enjoyed throughout the year.

Hurricane Ridge is located 17 miles south of Port Angeles on Hurricane Ridge Road, off Mount Angeles Road (directions). Click here for more info.

Marymere Falls

This is a great year-round waterfall seen by many Olympic National Park visitors. The Park Service seasonally offers nature tours. If it is open, stop at the historic reconstructed ranger station for more information about the Park. Click here for more info.

Elwha Vally

The Elwha is the Olympic Peninsula's largest watershed and prior to the construction of two dams in the early 1900s, was known for its impressive salmon returns.  Today, the Elwha River is the site of one of the largest ecosystem restoration projects in National Park Service history. With its sparkling river surrounded by mountains, the Elwha Valley is a popular destination for all. Click here for more info.

Whale Watching

You have the opportunity to see five different types of whales while on the water with Port Angeles Whale Watch Company. Minke, transient orca, resident orca, humpback, and gray whales are all known to frequent the waters surrounding Port Angeles.

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Sol Duc Hot Springs

The springs, known to local Indian tribes for their therapeutic value, first came to the attention of settlers in the 1880s. For those looking to spend anywhere from a few hours to an entire day in the Sol Duc, there are a number of shorter hikes that may be suitable. Click here for more info.

Sol Duc Waterfalls

This is a great year-round falls. In contrast to most falls on the Olympic Peninsula, this one is viewed from above stream level. In the rainy season and early spring runoff this falls can be spectacular as it thunders beneath your feet. Winter viewing may require a snowshoe hike as Sol Duc Resort and road close during the snowy off season. Click here for more info.

La Push / Rialto Beach

Rocky beaches, giant drift logs, pounding waves and views of offshore islands known as 'seastacks' are features that define Rialto Beach.

Just inland is the Mora area, characterized by towering trees, lush undergrowth and the omnipresent roar of the Pacific Ocean in the background. Click here fore more info.

Cape Flattery Trail 

From the tip of this scenic trail, you can view Tatoosh Island while standing on the most northwesterly tip of the contiguous lower 48 States. Four observation decks on the Cape Flattery Trail provide spectacular views of the rugged rocks, birds, and jade waters of the Pacific Ocean. The Pacific takes on many hues depending on the weather and cloud cover from steel gray to light pink or yellow at sunset. Watch for gray whales off the Cape and sea lions on Snake Rock just east of Tatoosh Island. Click here for more info.



The Royal Victorian is located at 521 E. First St on Hwy 101 in Port Angeles Wa. The quaint little 20 room motel is nestled between the Harbor and Hurricane Ridge, providing you with opportunities to discover the North Olympic Peninsula and nature at its very best.

As you arrive, you will notice the cheerfully painted yellow motel, which can accommodate you, your family, and friends. The owners are always happy to greet and meet you, ready to make you feel right at home. In the office you can find plenty of friendly conversation and information about things to do in and around the area, as well as fresh brewed coffee all day.

The Royal Victorian offers very clean and comfortable single queen rooms, double queen rooms, king rooms and a "Family Suite" which includes a single queen and a separate room with 2 twin beds or "Double Queen" with separate bedroom. All rooms include free internet, cable tv, direct dial phones with free local calls, microwave, and mini fridge. For your comfort and ultimate experience, all of our guest rooms are non-smoking.

While staying at the Royal Victorian, you can't help but notice the fantastic view of the Olympics Mountains which can be viewed from the lower floor as well as the balcony upstairs. Most guest rooms have an excellent view of the Olympics out their window and the Harbor is just a few short blocks away.

Port Angeles is located on the North Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. Port Angeles is the gateway to the Olympic National Park and just across the water from beautiful Victoria, British Columbia. This is the perfect place to stay while you are visiting the Olympic Peninsula or Olympic National Park.


The Royal Victorian Motel was a wonderful place to stay! It was very close to good restaurants in town. The building and rooms were kept up very nicely. They were super friendly and wanted to make sure we enjoyed our trip! I would certainly recommend staying here!

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Tel: 360-452-8400

521 E 1st St. Port Angeles, WA  98362

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