An exterior view of the visitor center with dark brown wood supports and siding, tall floor to ceiling windows and wall of rock. Picnic tables sit next to the building on pea gravel.
Inside the visitor center, a wood beam sits in the middle of concrete floors with a sales desk made of light colored wood and the State Park emblem on the front. Merchandise and displays line the building walls.
A park staff employee wearing a grey polo shirt with the State Park logo talking about a topographic map of the area with a girl with blonde hair and a grey shirt.
A girl wearing a tie dyed shirt with a pink sweater wrapped around her waist and pink shoes, a boy wearing a red shirt with blue sleeves, red shorts and blue slid on shoes, and a little girl wearing a long blue shirt, black and white stripped pants with blue sneakers look at small stuff animals on a shelf and hung on the wall.

Summit Visitor Center

3572 Olga Road, Olga, WA 98279


At the peak of Mount Constitution, the Summit Visitor Center offers interpretive experiences inside and out.

Map & visitor guide

48.67752, -122.83188

Additional information

Outside the center, interpretive displays highlight the ecology and geology of Mount Constitution and the surrounding island chain. Climb the stone stairs of Mount Constitution Lookout Tower to take in a nearly 360-degree lay of the land.   

Inside the center are additional displays about the Civilian Conservation Corps, the traditional Coast Salish people and a raised relief map of Moran State Park.  There is also a gift shop run by Friends of Moran State Park, the nonprofit organization in support of Moran State Park. For more information, visit the Friends of Moran website

The center is accessible by bike, hiking or vehicle, parking is limited. A Discover Pass is required to park.

From December through March, Mount Constitution Road may be closed due to winter driving conditions, downed trees and public safety. Visit Moran State Park's webpage for closure alerts. 

Contact us

Phone (360) 376-2326