Ozette River

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Ozette River
Country United States
State Washington
County Clallam
Source Olympic Mountains
 - coordinates 48°9′11″N 124°40′7″W / 48.15306°N 124.66861°W / 48.15306; -124.66861 [1]
Mouth Pacific Ocean
 - coordinates 48°10′53″N 124°42′34″W / 48.18139°N 124.70944°W / 48.18139; -124.70944Coordinates: 48°10′53″N 124°42′34″W / 48.18139°N 124.70944°W / 48.18139; -124.70944 [1]
Location of the mouth of the Ozette River in Washington

The Ozette River is a stream on the Olympic Peninsula in the U.S. state of Washington. It originates in the northwestern Olympic Mountains and empties into the Pacific Ocean.[2]


The Ozette River originates in the northwestern portion of Olympic Peninsula at the north end of Ozette Lake at the town of Ozette. It flows generally northwest, emptying into the Pacific just north of Cape Alava. Its course passes through the Ozette Indian Reservation and Olympic National Park. The principal tributary of the Ozette River, via Ozette Lake, is the Big River.[2]

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  1. ^ a b U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Ozette River
  2. ^ a b General course info from USGS topographic maps accessed via the "GNIS in Google Map" feature of the USGS Geographic Names Information System website.