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I had planned my trip to Forks for years, going back and forth between choosing here and Miller Tree Inn. Based off reviews and online images, I chose Q River Resort. 100% the best decision I could have made. I arrived early evening and checked...More
We absolutely loved this location. The rain, the river, the small bungalow. I cannot express how charmed and perfect the location was. I feel lucky to have found a place like this. I felt at home. there isn't cell service in La push, but there...More
Recently stayed here as part of a photography excursion in the Forks & La Push area. From the moment we pulled up to the front door until the moment we left, everything was incredible here! The location was ideal for our planned hikes to First,...More
We were coming to La Push for an event on Sunday and decided to stay here Friday & Saturday and make a weekend on it. Glad We Did!! This is a GREAT little hideaway with everything you need for a comfortable stay on the river....More
We chose the Quillayute River Resort to be close to the beaches and Hoh Rainforest. The Sol Duc river right outside your window and impeccably maintained landscaping and grounds. I can still smell the lavender blooming as we walked down to a picnic table perched...More
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Hi, thank you for your question. We're 2 miles from the Olympic National Park's wilderness coastline boundary. Rialto Beach is another 2 miles past that. Olympic National Park also includes about a million acres of... More
Hi, thank you for your question. We're 2 miles from the Olympic National Park's wilderness coastline boundary. Rialto Beach is another 2 miles past that. Olympic National Park also includes about a million acres of mountains and valleys, so distance from the park is largely a matter of definition. For example, we're 22 miles from the turnoff to Hoh River Visitor's Center, which is a World Heritage Site, and about half that distance to the Bogachiel river valley, which is the next rainforest valley to the north of the Hoh.
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"All the rooms are great! But we had the corner room which had an extra window."