The location of the North Western Rain Forest is located in the United States of America. Most Americans don't know that it is an actual rain forest. It is in the Olympic National Park on the Northwestern peninsula of Washington. It is a fairly large park. The jagged peaks of the Olympic Range cover much of this area. It is near Seattle. Some other towns around it are Rainier, Olympia, Fort Lewis, Buckley, Centralia, and Kent. The park headquarters are in Port Angeles.
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