Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort

Photo by Jeff Caven

Take a dip in the naturally heated pools at the Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort in Washington’s Olympic National Park. You can decide to make it a day trip, rent a cabin, or reserve a camping spot for your tent or RV in the nearby campground. Nestled among the evergreens of the Olympic Peninsula, Sol Duc is brimming with opportunities for relaxation and re-centering.

The resort offers an array of hot tubs and soaking pools. Dip your feet in the small mineral wading pool or sit back and relax in the medium pool. Both the large mineral fountain pool and the freshwater pool are wheelchair-accessible. The freshwater pool and the small mineral wading pool are available to people of all ages, while the other two are restricted to people ages 4 and up. Other amenities include the Springs Restaurant and bar, a poolside deli and even an espresso bar.

Sol Duc offers a great opportunity for people to disconnect from electronic distractions and appreciate the abundance of natural beauty that the region has to offer. Once you’ve settled down, it’s time to soak up some views. Hikes take visitors through old-growth forests and feature views of the Olympic Mountains, rivers and the breathtaking Sol Duc Falls.

Book your cabin or campsite today at olympicnationalparks.com/lodging/sol-duc-hot-springs-resort. Find out more about visiting the Olympic Peninsula at olympicpeninsula.org.

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