3 *UnitedNationsEducational,Scientific&CulturalOrganization ecosystems in this UNESCO* World Heritage Site and Interna- tional Biosphere Reserve. The Park is surrounded by the Olympic National Forest with hundreds of trails to wander. You can learn more about the Park and Forest on pages 22-23. Communities & Cultural Delights While you are visiting, immerse yourself in the small communi- ties that dot the Olympic Peninsula. See a listing of lodgings, camping, and RV sites beginning on page 30. Each town has its own personality and unique history. Enjoy the local culinary scene at farmer’s markets, restaurants, coffee shops, cideries and wineries. Visit local farms, art galleries and visitor centers to chat with the locals and hear their stories. Discover the rich native heritage of the Olympic Peninsula. Local tribes share their history and culture at tribal centers, museums, art galleries, and at local events. Take the opportunity to experi- ence the stories of their past and learn about the entrepreneurial endeavors of the present and future. A visit to the Olympic Peninsula is the perfect escape from the fast pace and hard scape of city life for a romantic getaway, a family outing, or a new adventure with friends. Explore, play, take a deep breath and relax. You’re on the Olympic Peninsula! Photo: John Gussman Photo: John Gussman OLYMPIC PENINSULA…