Things To Do

Rain Forest Resort Village is set in the beautiful Quinault Rainforest on the shores of picturesque Lake Quinault. On the Olympic Peninsula at the northern end of Grays Harbor County, Lake Quinault’s pristine glacier fed waters that laps at the beach of our resort. The Quinault Rain Forest, which is framed by Quinault Valley with ridges that rise over 3000 feet, is the back drop for our resort. When you are looking at a map of western Washington, you will find us at the southwest corner of the Olympic National Park on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State . We are surrounded by the Olympic National Forest and Quinault Indian Reservation and we over look Lake Quinault and the Olympic National Park. The Pacific Ocean and Ocean Shores are less than an hour drive from the resort. We are one mile past the Lake Quinault Lodge on the South Shore of the Lake.

The Rain Forest Resort Village has acres of verdant lawns rolling down to the lake that give it a wonderful meadow feeling in the middle of the rain forest. On sunny days, you can relax, soaking up the sun as the kids play in the lake. If you want to be a little more active, the lush green Quinault Rainforest has many walking and hiking trails where you are likely to see waterfalls, streams, creeks, all sorts of indigenous plant life and oional wild life. We have walking trails that start right here from the Rain Forest Resort Village. Maps are available at our office.

The climate on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula is ideal for growing evergreens, and the Quinault Valley has taken full advantage of this. Quinault has become known as the "Valley of the Rain Forest Giants" because of the number of record size tree found here. In fact, we have one of them at our resort, the "Worlds Largest Spruce Tree". It is a must see for any one that visits Lake Quinault along with the other record size trees in the valley.

The Quinault Rain Forest is one of America’s most beautiful natural treasures.This unique ecosystem features rushing waterfalls, quite hiking trails, stunning wildlife, moss-covered forests and some of the largest tree in the world. Adventure awaits you at every turn. In  the warmer months, Swim quite waters of Lake Quinault. (The lake is open seasonally during the summer and closed during the winter.) Other activities include sightseeing, hiking, backpacking, photography, fishing, bicycling and kite flying. Or, simply relax and a good book or enjoy a spectacular sunset over the lake.

A "natural getaway" only three hours from Seattle or three and one half hours from Portland in travel time but also a world away from the hustle and bustle of the ordinary. From the weekend getaways to the escapes to the full out vacations, make plans with Rain Forest Resort Village as your home away from home.

So now that you know a little about us, check out the rest of our web site. There are pictures of Resort, inside and out, plus all sorts of info. The interactive map of the shows you the lay out of the Resort and you can click your way around all the options available to you.