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Art for everyone



Unique Campground Fire Pits • Picnic Tables • Sanican • Hand Washing Station COME SEE THE ELK!

Great location takes you quickly to your destination 5 minutes to shopping & restaurants We welcome tents, cyclists, motorcycles, caravans, and large groups. Dogs and Equine are welcome

$25 per night First Campfire Free

1331 East Division St. • Call 360-374-5316 or 360-640-3757

Riverview RV Park

The Place to Be

Full Service RV Park • Cabin Rental • Wi-Fi • Guest Bathroom/Showers Propane • Laundry Facilities • Spacious & Quiet RV & Boat Storage • Fish Cleaning Station • Ice, Bait & Fishing Tackle


The Rainforest Arts Center, 35 N. Forks Ave., is on the former site of the IOOF Hall, that later became the original Rainforest Arts Center, and the Olympic Pharmacy building that was last occupied by the Dazzled By Twilight store. Both buildings were destroyed in a fire that took place Oct. 29, 2012. The new $2.64 million, 6,300square-foot structure is owned by the city of Forks and was built with insurance funds. The vacant lot next door was purchased by the local theater group and donated to the city. Many of the center’s design elements resulted from residents coming together to build something for the community. Local high school students installed a Northwest-themed mural made from square log ends in the lobby with guidance from NAC Architecture of Seattle, which designed the building. Working closely with NAC, University of Washington architecture students designed and built acoustical wall panels as part of their fabrication project. A local mill donated a large curved wood beam window seat. The community has embraced the new facility, and it has already served a variety of uses. This new addition to the heart of Forks, since its opening, has hosted the Washington State Supreme Court, meetings, movies, weddings, concerts, dances, art shows and more. The great room even played host to “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer during her visit to Forks in September 2015. • 33 Mora Road Forks, WA 360-640-4819 | 360-640-4820


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Special Sections - Olympic Peninsula Visitors Guide Summer 2018  


Special Sections - Olympic Peninsula Visitors Guide Summer 2018