A One-of-a-Kind Park
Olympic National Park and Forest has over 630,000 acres of some of the most pristine wilderness in the country. It has been recognized as a World Heritage site because of its stunning scenery and incredible diversity. In fact, there are few ecosystems in the world like those found in Olympic National Park. Part of the park is located in the rare temperate rain forest climate zone, receiving over 150 inches of rain a year and providing a home for many plants, animals, and fungi that are not found anywhere else in the world.
Fishing and Fun
Angle Lake Park is the ideal spot when beauty and nature are what seek. The L-shaped lake covers 90 acres and is run by the Parks and Recreation Department. Stocked with rainbow trout, as well as a host of other fish, the lake is the perfect spot for fishing any time of year. After a long day of fishing, take a dip in the swimming area or host a picnic in one of the designated spots. With the ability to fish off the pier or take advantage of the boat launch, the lake offers plenty of opportunities for both fishermen and those who simply enjoy the water.