Grays Harbor County is located on the southwest corner of the Olympic Peninsula along the Pacific Ocean. Washington's lush scenery shows in all its glory at Olympic National Park, a massive stretch of coastal rainforests, towering, snowcapped mountain peaks, and fertile valleys that are home to free-roaming elk and a riotous array of native wildlife. Incredibly, you can stick your toe in the Pacific Ocean at a beautiful beach, and then be in a lush rain forest within an hour. Grays Harbor offers an abundance of aquatic activities and scenery with its harbors, lakes, streams, canals, rivers, and of course, the Pacific. You can also hike into the nearby forests to witness wildlife in their natural habitat, and experience the Quinault Rain Forest, one of only two temperate rain forests in the Northern Hemisphere.