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we'd like to take our kids, ages 7 and 9, to the olympic peninsula next summer. We'd love...

we'd like to take our kids, ages 7 and 9, to the olympic peninsula next summer. We'd love to see the rainforest, particularly, but are unsure what area to stay in. Port Townsend sounds nice and like it has a lot to offer a family, but is it too far away from the park highlights?
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I'd definitely suggest the Lake Quinault Lodge: it's history, ambience, and location is really convenient for seeing much of what Olympic Park has to offer. It is on the southern end of the park; the Hoh Rain Forest is nearby as is the coast.

We stayed there two years ago and are returning this fall for an extended stay. We liked the accommodations; delicious food; history of the lodge; and the general ambience. It's located on a beautiful lake; hiking trails right there and if I remember correctly, canoes for use on the lake. The grounds are spacious, perfect for kids playing while parents relax.
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