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Old 08-04-2022, 08:28 PM   #1
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Big Rig Trip to Olympic National Park

Hi, this is Brett. My wife and I are planning fall 2023 trip to some National parks. We plan on going to Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Glacier, Olympic and Crator Lake. I am having troubles figuring out how to navigate and best experience Washington. I could use some advice from anyone who has made that trip or any of the sites along the way.
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Old 08-04-2022, 11:36 PM   #2
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Lots of options from getting from Crator Lake to the Olympics. Depends on how much time you have. If time is an issue just take the 5 up north to them. If you have the time I would start along the coast in Oregon into Washington and explore the peninsula. If you are going to the Olympics you can’t leave out the rain forest as well.
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Lots of options from getting from Crator Lake to the Olympics. Depends on how much time you have. If time is an issue just take the 5 up north to them. If you have the time I would start along the coast in Oregon into Washington and explore the peninsula. If you are going to the Olympics you canít leave out the rain forest as well.
Absolutely do 101 up the coast of Oregon and if you have time Washington. We did it in a 41 foot diesel pusher towing a Ford Sportrac. Also took the ferry with that rig from Port Townsend over to Fort Casey and drove it across Deception Pass. What ever you do don't miss Deception Pas. There will not be anywhere to stop and park with the RV but we drove back the next day in the toad and checked it out.
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