Olympic National Park — Hurricane Ridge and Lake Crescent

We moved to another campground. That’s right, we left the lavender farm and moved just 28-miles to Elwha Dam RV Park. It has great reviews with a long list of amenities like large full hook-up sites, modern bathhouse, laundry, camp store, wifi, community center, yard games, gated security, and much more. Best of all, it’s … Continue reading Olympic National Park — Hurricane Ridge and Lake Crescent

The Olympic Peninsula — Dungeness Spit and a Lavender Farm

Ninety-five percent of the Olympic National Park is a designated wilderness area having very little development and few roads or structures. It remains wild and rugged. The Olympic Peninsula Loop is a scenic highway that encircles the Olympic National Park. Over 300 miles long, it primarily follows U.S. Highway 101 connected by U.S. Highway 12 … Continue reading The Olympic Peninsula — Dungeness Spit and a Lavender Farm