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Welcome to the Quinault River Inn

  • A view of the Quinault River

  • Hiking-Trail-in-the-Hoh-Rainforest

Beautiful views of the serene lower Quinault River grace every room at the Inn. Our quiet location is easily accessed from Highway 101. Comfortable queen beds, updated baths, Native American artwork, and photography of the Olympic Peninsula appoint every room, making your stay memorable. In addition to energy efficient heat pumps, with summer air conditioning, we provide 32″ flat screen HDTV, free wireless Internet access and smoke-free rooms. The entire facility has been fully renovated, including an inviting covered deck. We are proud of the results and hope you will have the opportunity to experience them.

View the latest image from the Quinault Rivercam

A delightful old time general store and two cafes are within easy walking distance, while two restaurants for fine dining are only a short five minute drive. Our Inn is in the Amanda Park community that serves as the Gateway to the greater Lake Quinault area, the Quinault River valley, and Quinault Rain Forest. Many people say that the Quinault Rain Forest offers more than the Hoh. Superior guided salmon and steelhead fishing starts in our front yard. Come join us for a night, a weekend, or longer, and discover the wonders of the Quinault Rain Forest. The Quinault River Inn is proud to be a recipient of the Tripadvisor certificate of excellence three years in a row, including our most recent award.

Member: Lake Quinault Innkeepers

National Parks Centennial

Olympic National Park, Hoh Rain Forest, entrance sign

Photo courtesy of Connie Ma. The photo can be found on Flickr in Connie's album, "The Northwest Passage 2011" and is entitled "Entrance to Hoh Rainforest". See Creative Commons license here https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ for terms of use.

During 2016, the Olympic National Park celebrates the 100 year anniversary of the founding of our National Park Service! Come join us and experience the spectacular beauty of the park. From mountain glaciers to rugged coastlines, the Olympic offers a myriad of experiences, including temperate Rain Forests, world record trees, surging rivers, pounding waterfalls, and abundant animal and plant life.

Check out these informative travel and activity links to help you plan your experience in the Olympic National Park during the national parks centennial year
2016 National Park free Admission Days

Winter Weather Excites!

The Quinault Rainforest lives up to Nature's billing with record rainfall the first two weeks of December.  The Olympex weather research project by NASA is in full swing documenting Nature's best winter weather assault. Check it out at http://pmm.nasa.gov/olympex. The Quinault River has often surged over its banks and presents an exciting scene. Fortunately, our campus is well above any flood stage possibilities. Of particular note; our area waterfalls are at their very best. Yes it rains, but with preparation, the displays are well worth seeing. Come visit the Rainforest at its best!

OLYMPEX in the Quinault Valley!

The Quinault River Inn is cooperating with OLYMPEX meteorologists working on this exciting weather project. Sophisticated weather monitoring equipment will be placed on our grounds and provide data collection to help NASA and UW evaluate and improve its latest earth-observation satellite the GPM (Global Precipitation Measurement) satellite. Posted Oct. 25, 2015.

Read more about this very interesting weather research project at:

http://pmm.nasa.gov/olympex