Top Ten Unique National Park Lodges

Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, Olympic National Park, Washington
By David Scott & Kay Scott
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort (Aramark Parks and Destinations)

3. Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort, Olympic National Park, Washington
This secluded resort in the rainforest of Olympic National Park is best known for its three hot-water mineral pools plus a large fresh-water swimming pool. The resort includes a main lodge building with a dining room and small gift shop, plus 32 modern cabins that are a short walk from the mineral pools. Pool access is included with the price of a cabin. The cabins, some with kitchens, will accommodate four adults. The cabins have covered porches with chairs and sit in a grassy area with picnic tables and outdoor bench swings. The resort is surrounded by heavily treed hills. Season: early April to late October; Rates: $147 for regular cabins, $179 for cabins with a kitchen.'s Olympic National Park Guide

David and Kay Scott are the authors of Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges (Globe Pequot Press). They live in Valdosta, Georgia. For more info on their travels and America's national park lodges visit their website.


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