Port Angeles is a great place to start your visit to Olympic National Park, and U.S. Highway 101 is the primary route to access the rest of the park. Regional Public transit provides an alternative to driving but access is limited to just a few park locations; ask at the visitor center for details.
If you are heading west from Port Angeles, Highway 101 takes you to the following park areas: Elwha, Lake Crescent, Sol Duc, Ozette, Mora, Hoh, Kalaloch, and Quinault. Most of these areas are accessed by spur roads of varying lengths which connect to Highway 101.
If you are headed east from Port Angeles, Highway 101 takes you to the Deer Park and Staircase areas of the park, which are also accessed by spur roads. Pick up a free park map for more information.