|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
From Highway 101 turn NE on to Clearwater/Correction Road. Drive about 6 miles and turn right on to South Fork Hoh Rd then left (north) on to Maple Creek road keeping straight on to Owl creek road . Cemetery is located at the end of the road next to the house on privet property still owned by decedents of the original homesteaders.
John Huelsdonk and his wife, Dora (Wolff) Huelsdonk, were the first settlers on the Hoh River and the Olympic Peninsula's most famous pioneers. Huelsdonk's homestead, claimed in 1891, was on the west side of the Olympic Mountains in Jefferson County, approximately 30 miles up the Hoh Valley. It is the wettest area in the continental United States, receiving more than 12 feet of rain a year.
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