It doesn't get much better than this Forks, Washington, United States log house property. You'll want to take a look inside this amazing log cabin property with 1,680 square feet of space with 1 bedroom, and 2 bathrooms, and surrounded by nature. This is a beautiful Clearwater Riverfront property on Olympic Peninsula. The cabin sits on approximately 12 acres with 1200 feet of waterfront. Imagine yourself living there where you can enjoy elk and deer, and ducks at your pond. As well the property has salmon fishing from your deck. There is a launch for drift boats. Ocean Beaches and Olympic National Park nearby. Besides the log cabin, there is a 28 foot by 54-foot shop/garage. The property has a 100 foot by 50-foot shop/airplane hangar. There is an airstrip with a 900 foot with a good approach. The log cabin is a bit of a distance out, but well worth the drive. The following are just a few of the activities you can enjoy in this amazing part of the country.
Forks, Washington is a small but charming city near the Pacific coast. Although the town is small, it makes a great home base for exploring the Olympic Peninsula and Pacific coastline. The area is filled with plenty of opportunities for kayakers, surfers, hikers, and nature lovers. There are so many fun things to do in Forks, Washington. The Olympic Peninsula is very beautiful and the town has the amenities you need for exploring this part of Washington. The Olympic Peninsula is an amazing area to live, and a nice part of the West Coast to enjoy.
Hoh Rainforest. Exploring the Hoh Rainforest is one of the best things to do in Forks, Washington. It is a temperate rain forest and gets almost 14 feet of rain a year, which makes it very green and luscious. There are four rainforests on the Olympic Peninsula, but the Hoh Rain Forest is the only one that is a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. Throughout the Hoh Rainforest, you will find trees like the Sitka Spruce and Western Hemlock covered in moss and ferns.
Hall of Mosses. The Hall of Moses is near Forks, Washington, and is one of the most amazing things to do there. The best place to explore the Hoh Rainforest is starting at the Hoh Rainforest Visitor Center. From the Visitor Center, there are two trails you can walk. You can start with the Hall of Mosses Trail which is 0.8 miles long and the Spruce Nature Trail is 1.2 miles long. If you only have time for one of the nature walks, it is recommended to do the Hall of Moses although both trails are well worth your time. The Hall of Mosses has some of the oldest trees in the Olympic National Park. There is also the Hoh River Trail. This trail is an out and back trail that ends after about 18.5 miles. You can hike for as long as you’d like before heading back.
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