The West End of the Olympic Peninsula is a special place. As an important working landscape that over the years has provided the world with essential forest products, much of the lower elevation forest lands reveal a continually evolving view of a working forest in various stages of harvest and re-growth.
This picture is uniquely juxtaposed to the pristine old growth temperate rainforests within Olympic National Park and to the rugged and unspoiled coastline where nature delivers some of the most exciting and powerful weather in the world. To experience all of this within a 50 mile radius of the centrally located city of Forks is arguably one of the most remarkable eco-experiences that one can find.
The Forks Chamber of Commerce has put together a comprehensive listing of things to see and do in this special corner of the world. Click here to visit their website and browse the activities, the accommodations, the community, and more.