San Diego is an amazing beach city with a chill vibe. It has everything from fabulous food, awesome culture, beaches, great beer, nightlife, attractions, the list goes on and on.
The Quinault Rainforest is a temperate rainforest in the Olympic National Forest. There are very few temperate rainforests left in the U.S. so this a great Olympic National Park site that you should definitely check out.
Hurricane Ridge is a large mountainous area in the Olympic National Park. The views from the top are some of the prettiest views you will find in all of Washington. It is absolutely one of my favorite places and is well worth the drive.
Ruby Beach is a picturesque stop in the Olympic Peninsula. Driftwood and large ruby rocks line the beautiful Pacific Ocean Beach, making for the perfect mix of hiking, adventure, beach, and ocean.
Forks, Washington is a great small town to stop through as you make your way through the Olympic Peninsula. This is the setting of the popular Twilight book along with some other Olympic Peninsula sights.
La Push Beach area is the perfect stop in your Olympic Peninsula Weekend. This area actually includes a lot of different beaches spanning the coast, Rialto Beach, First Beach, Second Beach, and Third Beach.
Take in the natural beauty of this glacially carved lake. The clear waters of Lake Crescent make it an ideal stop through the Olympic Peninsula or a day trip from Port Angeles. Lake Crescent is the perfect stop for anyone, no hiking required to see this beauty.