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The Olympic National Park offers the perfect environment for dozens of species of moss to thrive, especially in the temperate forests. The Hall of Mosses in the Hoh Rain Forest attracts visitors searching for moss year after year. (Photo Courtesy: Ana Maria Lamas / KOMO News)
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Olympic National Park voted 3rd best in the country

Washington is full of natural beauty and one of the state's national parks has been recognized as one of the best in the country.

Travel Lens gave Olympic National Park a score of 7.75/10 based on the number of visitors each year, entrance fees, distance to the closest city, and the percentage of reviews with the word "beautiful."

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The park, located in the northwest corner of Washington, has 73 miles of wilderness coast and over 3,000 miles of rivers and streams. It is also the only rainforest in the continental United States, getting up to 14 feet of precipitation per year.

Mount Rainier ranked #23 on the list and North Cascades came in at #28.

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