Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort in Port Angeles, Washington has a rich history that began in the early 20th century. The resort's origins can be traced back to the Native American tribes who considered the area sacred due to the healing properties of the hot springs. In 1912, the resort was established by William M. Wiedemann and Al. P. Almquist and it gradually expanded to accommodate more visitors. Despite facing financial challenges during the Great Depression, the resort survived and thrived over the years. The National Park Service took over management in 1951 and, today, Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort continues to attract guests seeking relaxation and nature immersion with its hot mineral pools, cabins, hiking trails, and scenic surroundings in the Olympic National Park.