PORT ANGELES, Wash.— A true escape from the rush and madness of the holiday season should be had with IPad-less kiddos and no cell service. As stores, malls and cities become overrun with deals and decorations, the best deal to be had is time spent with loved ones away from all the hustle and bustle and surrounded by the beauty of one of nature’s most incredible experiences – storm watching on the coast. This holiday season, take a break and escape to Kalaloch Lodge on the Olympic Peninsula to enjoy the awe-striking power of winter storms on the coast of the Pacific Northwest.
Kalaloch Lodge is perched on a bluff along the Pacific Ocean, offering incredible views right from your room porch or cabin deck. The resort has received accolades as a top spot for viewing winter storms, as the location offers first-row seating of monstrous waves and intermittent sunshine perfect for walking on the beach while the storms break. Ideal for families, the property is located on Olympic National Park property and boasts quaint cabins and a main lodge, which contains additional lodging rooms, a restaurant with views of breathtaking sunsets, the gift shop and a mercantile complete with camping necessities.
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