Part of the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary and situated between two rainforests, Kalaloch is "the permanently protected home to puffins, sea otters and the largest populations of bald eagles in the lower 48 states." The Main Lodge, built in 1953, offers two ocean-view suites and three ocean-view rooms. Seven types of cabins with views of the Pacific Ocean and Kalaloch Creek are available. Near the Main Lodge, the secluded Seacrest Building houses six rooms that can accommodate up to four guests and four suites that are comfortable for up to six guests. RV and tent sites are also available.