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Stay at Aliya Preserve for an Olympic Coast wonderland vacay

BRB — we’re already booking our next camping trip for an “AliyaPod” tiny cabin.

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AliyaPods, cabins, and campsites provide the perfect mix of adventure and comfort — plus they’re just so cute.

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This land was once slated to become a high-volume resort, if you can believe it. Located adjacent to Olympic National Park and along the same iconic beach and bluff as Kalaloch, LaPush, Ruby Beach, and other coastal WA icons, it became Aliya Preserve instead.

Owners Adam and Sari Simon set out to preserve the land, creating ways for visitors to enjoy it while protecting what makes it so beautiful.

At Aliya, guests can rent campsites, cabins, or “AliyaPod” mini cabins via Hipcamp and Airbnb. Whether camping or glamping, guests at Aliya Preserve are immersed in the mythical Pacific Northwest ecology — wind-sculpted Sitka-spruce forests and mossy cliffside knolls along the wild Pacific Coast. Catch a panoramic sunset over the water from a super-secluded campsite or cabin on the cliffs.

Adam and Sari invite all Seattleites to this secluded and pristine wonderland to share and build memories + connections to this land for years to come.

Check availability at Aliya Preserve.

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