There are two ADA accessible rooms available in the Lakeside Building. Wheelchair Accessible rooms offer ground-floor access, a queen bed and access bars in the bathroom.
The downstairs area of the main lodge including the Roosevelt Restaurant is accessible to wheelchairs.
Recreation opportunity: The nearby Rain Forest Nature Trail is barrier free for the first 850 feet. A gravel surface with some variations in grade, this trail is an excellent opportunity to view the temperate rainforest.
Lake Quinault Lodge lawn and inside the main lodge near the fireplace.
Lakeshore Trail from Lake Quinault Lodge to Willaby Campground and the Rainforest Nature Trail
From Aberdeen, WA travel north on US Highway 101 for 45 miles to the junction of South Shore Road. Turn right (east) and drive 2 miles to Quinault Lake Lodge.
31 rooms available in lodge, 16 fireplace units, 36 new lakeside units and 9 annex units.
Walk trails along the south shore of Quinault Lake and deep into the Olympic temperate rain forest. Majestic confers, lush understory of ferns, moss, flowers and shrubs surround beautiful Quinault Lake creating a spectacular setting to have a very relaxing vacation. The Quinault Rain Forest Nature Trail is a short 1/2 mile loop trail with many signs interpreting the fascinating features of the temperate rain forest. From the lodge, the nature trail can be reached by hiking the Quinault National Recreation Trail or by driving south on the South Shore Quinault Lake Road for a short 1-mile distance to the trailhead.
The lodge is in the heart of the Quinault Rain Forest (temperate rain forest) which is home to a variety of lush Rain Forest plant species.
See day hiking description.
The two-story historic lodge was built in the mid-20s and has welcomed thousands of visitors from all over the world including President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the early 1930s.