How To Use Olympic National Park In A Sentence
- The Olympic National Park then enveloped Glines Canyon Dam in 1938, even though it was illegal for dams to be located in national parks.
- But from every side of the peninsula, its crown jewel, the mountainous 900,000 acre Olympic National Park is visible, veined with snow and glacier ice, even in July.
- In Forks, at the foot of the Olympic National Park, there are run-down trailer parks on the edges of the town, inhabited by "brushpickers," mostly Guatemalan, who make a tenuous living by scavenging in the woods for the moss, ferns, beargrass, and salal used by florists around the world to add greenery to bouquets. American Pastoral
- The restoration will also require careful treatment of the sediment that has built up behind the dams—so as not to bury Olympic National Park or the communities downstream with decades of silt.