VJ And Sandra
Guidebook for Forks

Food Scene

Great views of the ocean. Pricey food, but the ocean view is unbeatable
10 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Kalaloch Lodge at Olympic National Park
157151 U.S. 101
10 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Great views of the ocean. Pricey food, but the ocean view is unbeatable
Family restaurant. Lasagna, salad bar
9 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Pacific Pizza
870 South Forks Avenue
9 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Family restaurant. Lasagna, salad bar

Drinks & Nightlife

It's the only brewhaus in town. Great burgers. They do NOT allow persons under 21 yrs.
9 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Blakeslees Bar and Grill
1222 S Forks Ave
9 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
It's the only brewhaus in town. Great burgers. They do NOT allow persons under 21 yrs.

Parks & Nature

Closest beach, easy access
40 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Ruby Beach
40 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Closest beach, easy access
It's a must
61 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Hoh Rain Forest Visitor Center
18113 Upper Hoh Road
61 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
It's a must
It's next door to us, and is a very secluded trail unlikely to be visited by most visitors to the peninsula
Bogachiel Rain Forest River Trailhead
It's next door to us, and is a very secluded trail unlikely to be visited by most visitors to the peninsula

Sightseeing

You own it as a US citizen, and it's one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.
Lake Crescent Lodge Dining Room
416 Lake Crescent Rd
You own it as a US citizen, and it's one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.

Essentials

"Paulmart" has everything you need, literally, from soup to nuts (the kind you thread on a bolt), plus souvenirs and clothing. Think "Walmart" on steroids.
6 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Thriftway
950 S Forks Ave
6 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
"Paulmart" has everything you need, literally, from soup to nuts (the kind you thread on a bolt), plus souvenirs and clothing. Think "Walmart" on steroids.

Arts & Culture

Your host built the museum with a couple dozen high school kids in a carpentry class during the Washington State Centennial year
9 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Forks Timber Museum
1421 S Forks Ave
9 คนท้องถิ่นแนะนำ
Your host built the museum with a couple dozen high school kids in a carpentry class during the Washington State Centennial year