Things to Do

A group of people, including a small child, walk on a sandy beach at low tide towards the rocky intertidal area.
Photo: NOAA

Set in the northwest corner of the lower 48 states, the Olympic Peninsula is renowned for its remote beaches and spectacular scenery—whether in the mountains or along the coast. The area rewards those who come prepared. Equip yourself with a sense of adventure and adequate information about the many destinations and attractions that set this corner of the world apart.

Want to visit or learn more about a national marine sanctuary? Use the newly updated ParkPassport app to access videos, photos, and information on what you can do at the sanctuary. You can earn badges on the app by visiting a sanctuary in person, or by searching around on the app. See if you can collect them all!