Things to Do

Near Mossquatch Resort and Forks, Washington
Olympic National Park

The Olympic National Park is known for its stunning and jaw dropping scenery. It has giant forests full of ferns and trees that are covered in moss, giving its temperate rain forest an almost jungle like feel. Come enjoy nature up close at the Olympic National Park.
Ruby beach

Enjoy one of the most popular beaches in all of the beautiful Washington coast. It has cool and beautiful rock outcrops that have slowly been eroded by the tide, creating unique scenery to enjoy.
The Butchart Gardens

Just a quick drive to Port Angeles and a ferry ride away! Over 100 years ago Jennie Butchart had the dream to turn her dumpy backyard into a amazing garden. Now years later see the beautiful flowers and much more.
Forks Timber Museum

Depicting the life and times of early pioneers on the Olympic Peninsula. Also offering tours.
Twilight Collection

Display of items actually used in the Twilight movies! If you are a Twilight fan, this is a must see for you!
Forks Chamber of Commerce

A great resource for your guide to many other activities in Forks Washington as you plan your trip.
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North of Forks

  • Neah Bay (Cape Flattery Trail, Makah Museum) - 62 miles from Mossquatch

South of Forks


Hole in the Wall - If your travels take you north of Forks, enjoy this 1.25 mile hike that begins at Rialto Beach on the north side of the Quillayute River.

Magician's Castle- Also north of Forks is Alexander the Great's home site overlooking Rialto beach. The home burned down in the 1930's but you can hike to the site of the mysterious magician's dwelling.

Hall of Mosses - Experience the beauty of moss laden trees in the Hoh Rainforest south of Forks on this .75 mile hike.

The Tree of Life - Just north of Kalaloch Lodge, this tree root cave is a beautiful example of nature's resiliency. A must see if you find yourself south of Forks.