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Contained within Olympic National Park,
Crescent Lake is regulated by the National Park Service.
The lake has unique populations of Rainbow Trout (Beardslee) and Coastal Cutthroat (
Oncorhynchus clarki clarki f. crescentii) trout, and also contains Kokanee.
For more information, call Olympic National Park HQ at (360) 452-4501 or check the Internet at
Lake Acreage: 5,024.4
Elevation: 584 feet
Lake Management Type Trout emphasis
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