Stephenie Meyer’s Day in Forks

Lodging in Forks

With the release of  Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Saga,  Forks has become the best place to visit for Twilight Fans.   Mark September 13 on you calendars, which is Bella’s birthday, each year many fans come to celebrate the Stephenie Meyer’s  Day in Forks.

The Twilight landmark sites to see include the Forks High School,  Forks Outfitters,  Forks Hospital,  La Push and many other locations.    If that wasn’t enough get your picture taken next to Bella’s red truck,  see Dr. Cullen’s  hospital parking space.    Hungry for a bite?   Stop in at the Bella Burger or Twilight Sandwich, vampires welcome of course .   Lots of Twilight memorabilia for the hardcore fan.

While in Forks stay at one of the many Bed and Breakfasts, Motels, Resorts, RV Parks and Vacation Rentals on Washington State Northwest Coast.  Dozens of accommodations and facilities  in the area, you are sure to find that special place to call your home while enjoying your stay.

Click on any of the links to view recommended lodging.


Dew Drop Inn Forks WADew Drop Inn Motel Forks WA – Stayed here in September 2008 (Stephenie Meyer weekend) and loved it!! The little clear tent outside the office is set up for meals, etc. and was a very pleasant place to enjoy the breakfast provided. The room was large, clean, and very well kept. The hotel was full of Twilight fans, every room, and management was very nice and helpful to about 150 crazy women!!! I will be returning to Forks and want to stay at the Dew Drop again. When I was checking out at 5 am I locked myself out, there is a phone for after hour emergencies, and the manager got out of bed and got me a key within 5 minutes!!! And she was so sweet, I felt really, really bad for waking her up.
One tip, room 201 does not get the free wi-fi (I just went down to the tent).

Miller Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast Forks WAMiller Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast Forks WA – My cousin and I planned a girls only trip for to visit Forks, we are Twilight fans from San Diego, CA both over the age of 30. We arrived to the designated “Cullen House” and instantly felt “RELAXED”. We rang the door bell and Susan greeted us, gave us a tour of the house and took us directly up to our room. There was no hassle with checking in or asking for our credit cards, which made us feel like we arrived at a family member’s home to stay for the weekend. We stayed in the Sunset room which has two of the most comfortable twin beds & bath robes imaginable. We arrived in town for the Twilight DVD release party and sat and talked Twilight with the other guests almost every day. We woke up every morning and came downstairs in PJs to eat the best breakfast in all of Forks, apple pancakes with cinnamon apple syrup, Edward Eggs (eggs benedict) and the last day we had Orange Cremesicle Croissant French toast with Bella Berries! There is also a spread of fresh fruit, muffins, cookies, cereal & juice. Bill kept the coffee coming until we had enough (which is hard to do with us) & even offered to give us a thermos to go with us when we left. Susan made a birthday cake for the numerous girls that were celebrating and even brought them candles on their pancakes in the morning. This was the first time either of us stayed in a B&B and I don’t think we will ever find a place that even comes close to Miller Tree Inn.

Olympic Suites Forks WAOlympic Suites Forks WA – We loved this hotel. The rooms were large and spacious, the staff was very friendly, and the hotel is set far enough off the road that we never even heard a car. Yes it is very basic, and the floors creak and the walls are thin.. but the good points more than made up for it. Plus, they happily accepted pets!

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