Kalaloch Lodge offers a diverse range of accommodations, whether you prefer to stay in the main house, a private cabin or a tent on the property’s campgrounds. But even if you’re not resting your head there, you need to stop by for a libation after a day of hiking in the breathtakingly beautiful Olympic National Park. The park’s Creekside Restaurant offers sweeping views of the Pacific as you take a load off in the cozy, slightly nautical-themed room. In additional to local wine and beer from Washington State, Creekside’s cocktail menu has something for every palate to enjoy. Try the Cold Brewed Kalaloch Coffee with local cacao brandy and heavy cream, or spring for Wise Old Owl, mixed with Ghost Owl Rye Whiskey, brandy, orange and lemon juices, and honey syrup.