Eighty percent of the vehicles that pass Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park in August are considered to be entering the park for recreational use, while 20 percent of the vehicles that do so in the winter are tallied in visitation statistics. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Eighty percent of the vehicles that pass Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park in August are considered to be entering the park for recreational use, while 20 percent of the vehicles that do so in the winter are tallied in visitation statistics. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Report: Olympic National Park visitors bring millions to regional economy

Tourists spent $262 million in surrounding communities

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