By Sean Berlin Location • • • • • Region-West State-Washington Capital-Olympia Longitude-123.50°West Latitude-47.97°North Hoh Rain Forest Landforms • There are many different types of landforms • Coastline Pacific Ocean • Peninsula • Glacier Capped Mountains Rialto Beach Mount Olympus Culture • Olympic’s National Park’s culture dates back thousands of years. • American Indians have live on the Olympic Peninsula for thousands of years. • Explorers, miners, and loggers moved into the area by the 1800’s. • Elk are the main living creature in the park today. Waterways • • • • There are many types of bodies of water. Pacific ocean Elwha River. Straight of Juan de Fuca. Hood Canal and Puget Sound. Rocks and Minerals • There are many different types of rocks and minerals in Olympic National Park. • One rock is salt. • There are a lot of Sedimentary rocks. • There are Igneous rocks. Culture Continued • The culture in Washington State has changed over time. • First the Native Americans came to the Olympic National park. • Then the settlers came. • Now visitors came to the park.