Coastal

George Adams Hatchery McKernan Hatchery Eells Springs Hatchery Island Lake Public Fishing Area Limerick Lake Public Fishing Area Twanoh Coulter Creek Hatchery Belfair Elfendahl Pass Staging Area Tahuya River Horse Camp Maggie Lake Public Fishing Area Potlatch Hoodsport Hatchery Lilliwaup Creek Staircase Hamma Hamma Campground Triton Cove Seal Rock Campground Falls View Campground Anderson Lake Fort Flagler Port Townsend City Dock Fort Worden Sequim Bay Dungeness Forks Campground East Crossing Campground Dungeness Hatchery Olympic National Park Visitor Center Heart O' The Hills Campground Elwha Rearing Channel Elwha Campground Altair Campground at Elwha Madison Falls Trail at Elwha Whisky Bend Trailhead at Elwha Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center Deer Park Campground Blue Mountain Overlook Boulder Creer Trailhead at Elwha Lake Crescent Lodge Lake Crescent Ranger Station Log Cabin Resort at Lake Crescent East Beach at Lake Crescent West Spruce Railroad Trailhead at Lake Crescent Lyre River Fairholm Campground at Lake Crescent Salmon Cascades at Sol Duc Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort Sol Duc Campground Kloshe Nanitch Lookout Klahowya Campground Sol Duc River - Whitcomb Dimmel Public Fishing Area Bear Creek Campground Sol Duc Hatchery Calawah River - Public Fishing Area Sol Duc River - Whitcomb Dimmel Public Fishing Area Bogachiel Hatchery Bogachiel River - Leyendecker Public Fishing Area Mora Campground Rialto Beach at Mora Ozette Campground Bogachiel Hoh Oxbow Campground Minnie Peterson Hoh Visitor Center/Campground Ruby Beach at Kalaloch Beach Trail #4 at Kalaloch Kalaloch Campground Kalaloch Lodge Quinault Ranger Station Falls Creek Campground Gatton Creek Campground Campbell Tree Grove Campground Humptulips Hatchery Failor Lake Hoquiam River - East Fork Olympic Wildlife Area Lake Aberdeen Hatchery Wynoochee River - White Bridge Coho Campground Bingham Creek Hatchery Chehalis River - So. Monte Friends Landing Lake Sylvia Stasop River - Bridge Site Schafer Chehalis Wildlife Area Porter Creek Campground North Beach Seashore Ocean Access Pacific Beach Ocean City N Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at Chance A La Mer Humptulips River - Morley John's River Wildlife Area Westhaven Westport Light Twin Harbors S Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at Bonges Avenue Grayland Beach S Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at North Cove Smith Creek Butte Creek Willapa River - <br>
(Wilson Creek) Public Fishing Area Forks Creek Hatchery Palix River Public Fishing Area Nemah Hatchery Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Goose Blind Loomis Lake Loomis Lake Public Fishing Area Long Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at Seaview Willapa Bay Field Office - Nahcotta Tidelands Interpretive Site Leadbetter Point Cape Disappointment Fort Columbia Snag Lake Naselle Hatchery Grays River Hatchery Western Lake East Spruce Railroad Trailhead at Lake Crescent Striped Peak Vista Murdock Beach Sadie Creek Trailhead Cottonwood Campground Willoughby Creek Campground South Fork Hoh Campground Coppermine Bottom Campground Upper Clearwater Campground Melbourne Lake Campground Foothills Trailhead / Little River Trailhead Robbins Lake Twin Lakes Howell Lake Aldrich Lake Kammenga Canyon Camp Sillman Point Whitney Shellfish Lab Tokeland Boat Launch Image map of Coastal Region

Attention
Several Agencies have closed accessible recreation sites. Due to these closures, some sites and corresponding numbers previously represented on maps and listings may no longer be within this system.

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Accessible color Accessible:
  • Based on criteria within the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines
  • (ADAAG)
  • Facility is connected with barrier-free-route-of-travel from an accessible parking area
  • Due to topography and the primitive nature of some sites, these routes may not be accessible to all with disabilities
Useable color Useable:
  • Facility allows significant access
  • Some individuals with disabilities may have difficulty and need assistance
Non-Accessible color Non-Accessible:
  • Does not meet ADAAG criteria

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1 George Adams Hatchery
(WDFW)
Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Shelton, go north on US 101 for about 8 miles. Turn left
(west) onto Skokomish Valley Rd then right into the hatchery.

Features
  • Chinook, coho, and chum salmon
  • Fish viewing
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2 McKernan Hatchery
(WDFW)
Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Shelton, go north on US 101 for about 8 miles. Turn left
(west) onto Skokomish Valley Rd. Go 1.75 miles and turn left onto Deyette Rd. At end of road, turn right and continue to hatchery.

Features
  • Chum and fall chinook salmon
  • Fish viewing
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3 Eells Springs Hatchery
(WDFW)
Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
From Shelton, go north on US 101 for about 8 miles. Turn left onto Skokomish Valley Rd for 4 miles and turn left onto Eells Hill Rd to the hatchery.

Features
  • Large multi-species trout hatchery
  • Fish viewing
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4 Island Lake
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From US 101
(milepost 344), go east on Shelton Springs Rd for 0.6 mile. Turn north on Island Lake Rd for 0.5 mile, and then northwest on Island Lake Drive for 0.4 mile to access on the right.

Features
  • Undeveloped bank fishing
  • Gravel parking area
  • Steep bank to lake
  • Refer to current fishing rules
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5 Limerick Lake
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Go east from Shelton for 4.2 miles on SR 3, then north on Mason Lake Road for 2.2 miles. Go west on St Andres Dr for 0.5 mile to site.

Features
  • Level, gravel parking area
  • Undeveloped grass bank
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6 Twanoh
(SP)
Contact: 360-275-2222

Non-Accessible Fee Area Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Located on the south shore of Hood Canal, eight miles west of Belfair, Wash.

From Bremerton: Take Highway 3 southwest to Belfair, and go west on Hwy. 106 eight miles to the park.

From Hwy. 101: Drive east on Hwy. 106 for 12 miles to the park.

From downtown Seattle: Take a beautiful, one-hour ferry ride to Bremerton, then a half hour drive on Hwy. 3 southwest to Belfair. From Belfair, go west eight miles on Hwy. 106 to park entrance.

Features
  • Saltwater access
  • Accessible utility campsite
  • Marine pump out
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7 Coulter Creek Hatchery
(WDFW)
Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Allyn, go east on SR 302. Turn left on to Coulter Creek Rd. First driveway on left.

Features
  • Returning adult salmon in fall: chinook and coho
  • Fish viewing
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8 Belfair
(SP)
  • Reservation: 888-226-7688
  • Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site
Located three miles west of Belfair, Wash.

From I-5 in Tacoma: Take SR 16 west across the Tacoma Narrows Bridge and travel approximately 27 miles toward Bremerton and Belfair. After the Port Orchard exits, the highway merges into three lanes. Exit from the left lane to Belfair on SR 3 south. Turn left at the traffic signal and take SR 3 south approximately eight miles to Belfair. Turn right at the signal just after Safeway and follow SR 300 approximately three miles to park entrance.

From Bremerton and the Bremerton-Seattle ferry: Take Hwy. 304 to Hwy. 3 south, approximately 15 miles, to Belfair. Turn right at the signal just after the Safeway, and follow SR 300 approximately three miles to park entrance.

From I-5 in Olympia: Take Hwy. 8 west approximately six miles to Hwy. 101 north, and follow Hwy. 101 11 miles to Shelton. In Shelton, exit at sign marking Hwy. 3 north and proceed 26 miles to Belfair. Turn left at the signal next to Safeway, and follow SR 300 approximately three miles to park entrance.

Features
  • Beach access
  • Dump station
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9 Elfendahl Pass Staging Area
(DNR)
Accessible Toilet Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Shelter
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 mi. Turn right on Belfair-Tahuya Rd. and go 1.9 mi. Turn right on Elfendahl Pass Rd. and go 2.3 mi. Trailhead is on the right.

Features
  • Staging area for mountain bike, motorcycle, ATV, and 4x4 events
  • 400 people maximum for events
  • Special use permit required for events
Call 360-825-1631 for information. Self contained
(RV) camping only.

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10 Tahuya River Horse Camp
(DNR)
Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
From Belfair, take State Route 300 for 3.5 mi. Turn right on Belfair-Tahuya Rd. Go 3.2 mi. Turn right on Spillman Rd. Go 2.1 mi. Turn left and go 0.8 mi to site.

Features
  • Horse mounting ramp
  • Horse trails
  • Bring your own water
Tahuya River Campground will be open only by permit until further notice.

For reservations, send an email or call 360-801-1080.

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11 Maggie Lake
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
In Belfair on SR 3, turn west onto SR 300
(name changes to North Shore Rd). Follow to Belfair Tahuya Rd. Turn right and go 2.5 miles to site.

Features
  • Level
  • Gravel parking and gravel boat launch
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12 Potlatch
(SP)
Contact: 360-877-5361
Non-Accessible Fee Area Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Boating
Located 12 miles north of Shelton, Wash., on the state's western side.

From Shelton: Drive twelve miles north on U.S. Hwy. 101 to park entrance.

From Hoodsport: Drive three miles south on U.S. Hwy. 101 to park entrance.

Features
  • Fantastic view of Hood Canal
  • Beach access
  • Five mooring buoys
  • Dump station available
  • Utility campsite
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13 Hoodsport Hatchery
(WDFW)
Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
At the north end of Hoodsport on US 101. Hatchery is east of the highway, just north of the Finch Creek Bridge.

Features
  • Salmon-rearing facility
  • Fish viewing
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14 Lilliwaup Creek
(DNR)
Accessible Toilet Useable Camp Site
Start on US 101 along Hood Canal, 2 mi S of Eldon. Take Jorsted Creek Rd
(Forest Service Rd 24) for 7.2 mi. Site is on right.

Features
  • Stream and forest
  • Bring your own water
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16 Staircase
(ONP)
Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Useable Picnic Site Accessible Shelter Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Hoodsport on SR 119, go north 10 mi to end of SR 119. Turn left and continue on 6 mi to campground.

Features
  • 0.9 mile trail is nearby. Trails provide access to views of the North Fork Skokomish River, 800 year old cedar tree
    (fell in 1988 during heavy rains)
  • Toilet located in loop A
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17 Hamma Hamma Campground
(USDA FS)
Hood Canal Ranger District: 360-877-5254
TDD: 360-877-5254
Non-Accessible Fee Area Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Useable Camp Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Useable Fishing
From Hoodsport, drive N on US 101 for 14 mi. Turn left
(W) onto FS 25. Go 6 mi to site.

Features
  • Hamma Hamma Living Legacy trail to river
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18 Triton Cove
(SP)
Contact: 360-796-4415
Non-Accessible Fee Area Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Accessible Boating
Located on the Olympic Peninsula on the west side of Hood Canal, six miles south of Brinnon,Wash., and seven miles north of Eldon, Wash.

From Dosewallips State Park: Drive south nine miles on Hwy. 101.

Features
  • Beach access
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19 Seal Rock Campground
(USDA FS)
Quilcene Ranger District Contact: 360-765-2200
TDD: 360-765-2200
Reservations: 360-796-4886
Non-Accessible Fee Area Useable Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Useable Fishing Useable Boat Launch
From Brinnon, drive N on US 101 for 2 mi to campground.

Features
  • Native American / marine biological interpretive trails
  • Swimming
  • Oyster picking along Hood Canal
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20 Falls View Campground
(USDA FS)
Quilcene Ranger District: 360-765-2200
TDD: 360-765-2200
Reservation: 360-796-4886
Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Useable Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
From Quilcene, drive S on US 101 for 3.5 mi to campground.

Features
Heavily-wooded terrain along Big Quilcene River, 0.5 mi trail to river

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21 Anderson Lake
(SP)
Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Located on the Olympic Peninsula, eight miles south of Port Townsend, Wash.

From Port Townsend: Take SR 20 south for 6.7 miles, then turn east on Anderson Lake Rd. Proceed 1.1 miles to park entrance.

From Hwy. 101 heading north: At Discovery Bay, turn right onto Hwy. 20. Go 3.7 miles to Anderson Lake Rd., and turn right. Follow this road for 1.1 miles, and turn left into park entrance.

Features
  • 4.4 mi of hiking trails circling lake, fishing for trout.
  • Limited winter hours, day use only.
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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22 Fort Flagler
(SP)
Reservation:
(888) 226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time.

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Shelter Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Located eight miles northeast of Hadlock
(Port Hadlock), Wash., on the northern tip of Marrowstone Island.

From Seattle or Edmonds: Take Kingston Ferry or Bainbridge Island Ferry, and follow signs to Hood Canal Bridge. Cross over and drive five miles, then turn right onto easily-missed Hwy. 19
(Beaver Valley Rd.). Travel 10 miles to the Chimacum four-way stop. Take a right on Chimacum-Center Rd. At four-way stop in Port Hadlock, turn right onto Oak Bay Rd. Go approximately one mile and turn left onto SR 116. Fort Flagler is at end of road, approximately 10 miles from the Oak Bay Rd.

From Port Townsend: Take Hwy. 20 and travel three miles to the traffic light at Ness' Corner Rd. Go straight through the light, which puts you on Hwy. 19. In approximately eight miles, turn left onto SR 116
(Oak Bay Rd.). Go through Port Hadlock approximately two miles, and take a sharp left, staying on SR 116. Follow to park entrance at end of highway. Park is about ten miles from Oak Bay Rd. turnoff.

Features
Fort Flagler State Park is a 784-acre marine camping park surrounded on three sides by 19,100 feet of saltwater shoreline. The park rests on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound, with views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Many historic buildings remain at this 19th-century-established military fort.
  • Environmental learning center
  • Group camps
  • Seven mooring buoys
    (boat launch and buoy floats removed in winter)
  • Dump station
  • Utility campsite
  • House
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23 Port Townsend City Dock
(WDFW)
Accessible Fishing
Follow SR 20 to Port Townsend, and the waterfront.

Features
  • City managed fishing pier
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24 Fort Worden
(SP)
Contact: 360-344-4400

Useable Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Located in the Victorian Seaport of Port Townsend, Wash.

From South Seattle and Tacoma: Take the Tacoma Narrows Bridge
(Hwy. 16) northwest to Bremerton, and Hwy. 3 north to the Hood Canal Bridge. Cross the bridge and take Hwy. 19
(about five miles, turn right) north through Chimacum to Port Townsend. With normal traffic, it is 1 1/2 hours driving from the Tacoma Narrows bridge to Fort Worden State Park.

From Seattle or Everett: Take the Bainbridge Island or Edmonds/Kingston ferry, and travel to the Hood Canal Bridge. Cross the bridge and in about five miles take Hwy. 19 north
(to the right) through Chimacum to Port Townsend. With normal traffic, it is one hour from Kingston to Fort Worden State Park.

From Mt. Vernon, Bellingham, Vancouver B.C.: Take Hwy. 20 west from Mt. Vernon to Whidbey Island, follow it south to the Keystone Ferry. Take the Keystone Ferry
(1/2 hour crossing time) to Port Townsend.

From Olympia: Either use the Tacoma directions, or follow the scenic route up Hood Canal on Hwy. 101. From Olympia, the travel time either way, depending on traffic is about two hours.

Features
Fort Worden State Park Conference Center is a 433-acre multi-use park with 11,020 feet of saltwater shoreline and a wide variety of services and facilities. The park rests on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound. Many historic buildings remain at this 19th century military fort.
  • Beach access
  • Eight mooring buoys
    (boat launch and buoy floats removed in winter)
  • Dump stations available
  • Utility campsite
  • Pier
  • Houses
  • Dining hall
  • Meeting rooms
  • Group activities
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25 Sequim Bay
(SP)
Reservation: 888-226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Located about three miles southeast of Sequim, Wash., on Hwy. 101 and Sequim Bay.

From Sequim: Drive three miles southeast on Hwy. 101.

Features
  • Beach access
  • Six mooring buoys
    (boat launch and buoy floats removed in winter)
  • Dump station
  • Utility campsite
  • Environmental Learning Center
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26 Dungeness Forks Campground
(USDA FS)
Quilcene Ranger District: 360-765-2200
TDD: 360-765-2200


Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Useable Drinking Water Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Fishing
From Sequim, drive E on US 101 for 3 mi to Palo Alto Rd. Turn right. Go about 5 mi.
(Road changes into FS 28.) Turn right onto FS 2880 and drive 2 mi to site.

Features
  • Secluded river setting
  • Nearby Buckhorn Wilderness has 53 miles of hiking trails

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27 East Crossing Campground
(USDA FS)
Quilcene Ranger District: 360-765-2200
TDD: 360-765-2200

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Useable Drinking Water Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Fishing
From Sequim, drive E on US 101 for 3 mi to Palo Alto Rd. Turn right for about 6 mi.
(Road changes into FS 28.) Turn right on FS 2860 and drive 2 mi to site.

Features
  • Primitive campsites scattered in old growth
  • Nearby Buckhorn Wilderness has 53 miles of hiking trails
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28 Dungeness Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
From Sequim, drive west on US 101 for 1.5 miles. Turn left onto Taylor Cutoff Rd for 2.5 miles. When road veers right, go straight onto Fish Hatchery Rd. Continue 1.5 miles to site.

Features
  • Fish viewing
  • Trail to river is steep and rutted
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29 Olympic National Park Visitor Center
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area

In Port Angeles from US 101, turn S on Race St. Follow 1 mi. to visitor center.

Features
  • Center features exhibits on the natural and cultural history of the park
  • Including a lowland forest display
  • Braille exhibit
  • Audio programs and displays with sound effects
  • The park orientation film presentation is shown on request with a large script available
  • Half mile Living Forest Trail passes through second growth forest and wetland setting with views of Peabody Creek
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30 Heart O' The Hills Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles on US 101 turn S on Race St. Follow 1 mi. to Heart O' The Hills Parkway. Follow parkway 5 mi. to campground.

Features
  • Amphitheater
  • Campsites in loop A
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31 Elwha Rearing Channel
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, drive west on US 101 about 4 miles. Turn right onto Laird Rd. Continue about 1 mile and turn left onto Elwha Rd. Turn left onto Crown Z Water Rd to the hatchery.

Features
  • Fish viewing
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32 Elwha Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Shelter Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Useable Viewing Area Useable Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go W for 7 mi on US 101. Turn left at Elwha River Rd. Follow 3 mi to campground.

Features
  • Amphitheater
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33 Altair Campground at Elwha
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Shelter Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing

From Port Angeles, go W for 7 mi. on US 101. Turn left at Elwha River Rd. Follow 2.5 mi to campground entrance.

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34 Madison Falls Trail at Elwha
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Useable Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 7 mi. W on US 101. Turn left at Elwha River Rd. Follow 2 mi. to signed trailhead.

Features
This short paved trail winds through a meadow and into the forest where it follows Madison Creek to a 60 foot high waterfall that plummets over basalt cliffs. The area is also known for its pioneer history.

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35 Whiskey Bend Trailhead at Elwha
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 7 mi. W on US 101. Turn left at Elwha River Rd. Follow 4 mi. to Whiskey Bend Rd
(a narrow dirt/gravel road). Turn left on Whiskey Bend and follow 5 mi. to trailhead.

Features
Approximately 1000 feet of the trail from Whiskey Bend to low divide is accessible with assistance.

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36 Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

In Port Angeles from US 101, turn S onto Race Street. Follow 1 mi to Heart O' the Hills Parkway. Follow 5 mi to entrance station and continue on Hurricane Ridge Rd 12 mi to Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center.

Features
  • Excellent views of Olympic Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca, subalpine meadows, 0.5 mi loop trails
  • Elevator or ramp provides access to lower level terrace with picnic tables, gift shop, and snack bar. Hurricane Hill Trail begins at the end of Hurricane Ridge Rd.
  • The 1.5 mi paved trail climbs through mountain meadows to the top of Hurricane Hill. The first 0.5 mi is accessible with assistance, but has steep drop-offs with no guard rail
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37 Deer Park Campground Blue Mountain Overlook
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Useable Picnic Site Accessible Shelter Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles on US 101, go east 4 mi. Turn right on Deer Park Road and continue 18 mi to campground. The last 9 miles of road are narrow and unpaved.

Features
  • Outstanding view of Olympic Mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca on clear days
  • Deer Park Road is closed to vehicles in winter
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38 Boulder Creek Trailhead at Elwha
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 7 mi W on US 101. Turn left at Elwha River Rd. Follow 6 mi to Glines Canyon Dam and follow Boulder Creek Rd 4 mi to trailhead.

Features
Approximately .25 mi of the trail, to Cougar Creek, is accessible. with assistance.

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39 Lake Crescent Lodge
(ONP)
Reservations: 360-928-3211

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Useable Fishing Useable Boating

From Port Angeles, go 20 mi W on US 101 and follow signs to lodge.

Features
  • Nearby Moments in Time Trail, accessible with assistance, is a 2/3 mi loop trail of crushed rock
  • Lodge has restaurant and cabins
  • The main lodge building with restaurant and one room are accessible
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40 Lake Crescent Ranger Station
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Useable Boat Launch Useable Boating

From Port Angeles, go 20 mi W on US 101 and signs to Ranger Station.

Features
  • Nearby Moments in Time Trail
  • Nearby Marymere Falls Trail winds through old growth forest on its way to a 90 foot waterfall
  • The first 1/2 mi - to an overlook on Barnes Creek - is accessible with assistance
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41 Log Cabin Resort at Lake Crescent

(ONP)
Reservation: 360-928-3325

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Picnic Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Useable Boat Launch Useable Boating

From Port Angeles, go 17 mi W on US 101 to East Beach Rd. Follow signs 3 mi to Log Cabin Resort.
  • Toilet at RV Campground
  • Nearby Spruce Railroad Trail has accessible toilet at trailhead and 1000 ft of accessible trail
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42 East Beach at Lake Crescent
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Useable Picnic Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 17 mi W on US 101 to East Beach Rd. Follow signs 1 mi to East Beach. Accessible ramp to beach is available.

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43 West Spruce Railroad Trailhead at Lake Crescent
(ONP)

Non-Accessible Toilet Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 26 mi W on US 101 and go 5 mi to end of Camp David Jr. Rd.

Features
  • 1.0 mi of trail. Excellent views of Lake Crescent and mountain peaks to south
  • First 100ft of trail from parking area leading up to trail on old railroad grade is steep and requires assistance
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44 Lyre River
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Shelter Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Fishing

SR 112 between mileposts 46-47. Go N on paved road 0.4 mi. Turn left to site.

Features
Salmon and steelhead fishing area on river. Interpretive sign explaining how Lyre River got its name.

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45 Fairholm Campground at Lake Crescent
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Useable Viewing Area Useable Wildlife Viewing Area Useable Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating

From Port Angeles, go 26 mi W on US 101 and follow signs 0.25 mi to campground on Camp David Jr. Rd.

Features
  • Amphitheater
  • Nearby Fairholm General Store has small café
  • Campsites on Loop A and Loop B
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46 Salmon Cascades at Sol Duc
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 28 mi W on US 101 to Sol Duc River Rd. Follow 8 mi to signs for Cascade parking area.

Features
A short gravel-dirt path leads from Sol Duc Rd to a wooden platform overlooking the Sol Duc River and small cascades. Leaping salmon can often be seen in the fall.

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47 Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
(ONP)
Reservations: 360-327-3583

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 28 mi W on US 101 to Sol Duc River Rd and signs 14 mi to resort.

Features
  • Hot spring pools
  • Swimming pool
  • Several rental cabins
  • Restaurant
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48 Sol Duc Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, go 28 mi W on US 101 to Sol Duc River Rd and signs 14 mi to campground.

Features
  • Amphitheater
  • Campsites on Loop A
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49 Kloshe Nanitch Lookout
(USDA FS)
Sol Duc Ranger District: 360-374-6522
TDD: 360-374-1218

Accessible Toilet Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Useable Viewing Area

From Port Angeles, drive W on US 101 for 40 mi. Just past milepost 212, turn right onto Snider Rd for 0.5 mi. Turn right onto FS 3040. Travel 5 mi. Turn E onto FS 3040 595 for 2 mi to site.

Features
  • Views of Lake Crescent and Mt. Olympus from lookout
  • ROUGH ROAD, backroad driving experience is critical
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50 Klahowya Campground
(USDA FS)
Sol Duc Ranger District: 360-374-6522
TDD: 360-374-1218

Non-Accessible Fee Area Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Useable Camp Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Boat Launch

9 mi W of Crescent Lake, US 101. Turn right into site at campground sign.

Features
  • Pioneer's Path nature trail leading to river viewpoint
  • Amphitheatre
  • Hand carry boat launch
  • Beautiful rain forest setting
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51 Sol Duc River - Bear Creek Access
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch

From Forks, go north for 14.7 miles on US 101. Turn south on Hilstrom Rd and go 0.6 mile to end.

Features
  • Primarily steelhead fishing, but some salmon and sea-run cutthroat are available
  • Paved, flat parking area
  • Refer to current fishing rules
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52 Bear Creek Campground
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Useable Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing

Located on S side US 101 at milepost 206.

Features
  • Wooded setting
  • Interpretive sign
  • Trail to river overlook
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53 Sol Duc Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch

From Port Angeles, drive west on US 101. Just past milepost 204, turn left onto Mary Clark Rd and immediately right onto Pavel Rd. Follow road to the hatchery.

Features
Fish viewing.

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54 Calawah River
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Site is located north of Forks, just outside the city limits on the east side of US 101.

Features
  • Paved parking
  • Managed by City of Forks
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55 Sol Duc River - Whitcomb Dimmel
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch

From Forks, go north for 2.4 miles on US 101. Turn east on Whicomb Dimmel Rd to its end.

Features
  • Gravel boat launch
  • Paved, flat parking area
  • Refer to current fishing rules
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56 Bogachiel Hatchery
(WDFW)
Hatchery

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Fishing
Follow highway US 101 to Forks, go West on Bogachiel Way
(stop light). Go about 2 miles Bearing to the left and follow the signs to the hatchery.

Features
Steelhead and salmon fishing. There is an accessible bankside fishing area on the rearing pond in the hatchery grounds. It is an annual event in the spring to fish for left over trout in the pond. There is an accessible trail from the boat launch parking lot to an accessible fishing platform on the outlet creek from the hatchery at the Bogachiel River.

The accessible platform for fishing is elevated above the river to avoid flooding. It is not at river level but can be used during higher water. A long handle net or assistance would be needed to land fish. Obey the posted signs for closed waters near the platform.
Updated: 3/30/2001


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57 Bogachiel River - Leyendecker Access
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch

From Forks, go 1.6 miles north on US 101. Turn west on Leland Cut-Off Rd and go 1.4 miles. Turn left at public fishing sign.

Features
  • Fishing
  • Gravel parking lot
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58 Mora Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Forks, go North 1 mi on US 101 to SR 110. Follow signs 11 mi to Mora.

Features
  • Amphitheater
  • Camp sites on Loop B
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59 Rialto Beach at Mora
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area

From Forks, go North 1 mi on US 101 to SR 110. Follow signs 12 mi to Rialto Beach.

Features
  • 0.1 mi paved trail leads from the parking lot to coastal forest at the picnic area
  • View of Pacific Ocean
  • Extent of view at end of trail depends on amount of driftwood and cobbles washed onto trail
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60 Ozette Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Useable Boat Launch Useable Boating

From Forks, go N on US 101 to SR 113. Take SR 113 N and continue W on SR 112 past Sekiu to Hoko Ozette Rd. Follow signs to Ozette.

Features
  • View of Lake Ozette and Ozette River
  • Toilet is near Ranger Station 400ft from campground
  • High water in winter covers most of campground
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61 Bogachiel
(SP)
Contact: 360-675-2417


Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Useable Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
Located six miles south of Forks, Wash., on the northwest tip of the state.

From Forks: Take Hwy. 101 south six miles to park entrance on right.

Updated: 9/8/2005


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62 Hoh Oxbow Campground
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
Start on US 101 between mileposts 176 and 177. Site is E of hwy between road and river.

Features
  • Wooded setting, located along the Hoh River. There are some riverside campsites. Bring your own water
  • Handcarry boat launch
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63 Minnie Peterson
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Interpretive Site
Start on U.S. 101 between mileposts 178 and 179. Go east on Hoh Rainforest Road
(Upper Hoh County Rd) for 4.6 miles. Located about 1.1 miles past Willoughby Creek Campground.

Features
Wooded setting with some large spruce trees. The Hoh River is located across the county road from the campground. An interpretive sign is located within the campground. Bring your own water.

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64 Hoh Visitor Center/ Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go North 95 mi on US 101 to Hoh River Rd between mileposts 178 and 179. Go 18 mi to end of road.

Features
  • Amphitheater, 0.25 mi paved Mini Rain Forest Trail, 1 mi. unpaved Spruce Nature Trail accessible with assistance.
  • Campsites, toilet, and amphitheater on Loop A
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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65 Ruby Beach at Kalaloch
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go North 77 mi on US 101. Follow signs to Ruby Beach.

Features
Accessible viewpoint overlooking Ruby Beach and Cedar Creek.
The 800 ft (with no steps) trail to beach is steep (15% to 20% in areas) and ends behind beach logs.

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66 Beach Trail #4 at Kalaloch
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go North 74 mi. on US 101. Follow signs to Beach #4.

Features
  • Pacific Ocean overlook.
  • 200 ft trail to overlook
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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67 Kalaloch Campground
(ONP)

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go North 71 mi on US 101. Follow signs to campground.

Features
  • Amphitheater, Pacific Ocean overlooks. First 1000 ft of nearby Kalaloch Nature Trail is accessible with assistance.
  • Campground reservations required in summer.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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68 Kalaloch Lodge
(ONP)
Reservation: 3609622271

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go North 71 mi on US 101. Follow signs to Lodge.

Features
  • Rental cabins, restaurant, convenience store, gasoline, and Pacific Ocean overlook. Beach access trail accessible with assistance.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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69 Quinault Ranger Station
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go North 47 mi on US 101. Turn right at North Shore Rd. Follow 5 mi to Ranger Station.

Features
  • 1.5 mile Kestner Homestead Trail and 0.25 mile Maple Glade Trail. Both trails are accessible with assistance.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003

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70 Falls Creek Campground
(USDA FS)
Quinault Ranger District: 360-288-2525
TDD: 360-288-2525

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Shelter Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boating
From Aberdeen, drive N on US 101 for 38 mi and turn right onto S Shore Rd. Travel 3 mi to site.

Features
  • Old-growth temperate rain forest setting along Lake Quinault
  • Swimming, boating, nearby Colonel Bob Wilderness

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71 Gatton Creek Campground
(USDA FS)
Quinault Ranger District: 360-288-2525
TDD: 360-288-2525

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, drive N on US 101 for 38 mi and turn right onto S Shore Rd. Travel 3.5 mi to site.

Features
  • Old growth temperate rain forest along Lake Quinault with mountain views
  • Nearby Colonel Bob Wilderness, RV parking
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72 Campbell Tree Grove Campground
(USDA FS)
Quinault Ranger District: 360-288-2525
TDD: 360-288-2525

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Shelter Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Fishing
From Aberdeen, drive N on US 101 for 23 mi to FS 22. Turn right. Continue 8 mi. Turn left onto FS 2204. Drive 14 mi to site.

Features
Rustic setting along W Fork Humptulips River.

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73 Humptulips Hatchery
(WDFW)

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Aberdeen, go north on US 101 for 22 miles. Cross the Humptulips River Bridge, and turn left at the next road. Continue to hatchery on left.

Features
  • Fish viewing.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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74 Failor Lake
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing
From Hoquiam, go north for 9.9 miles on US 101, then left at Public Fishing sign. Go 3.7 miles to access at end of road.

Features
  • Undeveloped bank fishing
  • Flat, gravel parking area
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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75 Hoquiam River - East Fork
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Aberdeen, go north 3.2 miles on US 101, then east on 16th street. Go 5 miles to public fishing sign. Site is on the left.

Features
  • Natural bank fishing; crushed gravel parking area.
  • A canoe-type craft is best suited to access difficult areas. Refer to current fishing regulations.
  • Updated: 8/23/2002
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76 Olympic Wildlife Area
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Hunting Non-Accessible Fishing
Go 13 miles north of Aberdeen on Wishkah Road to the Wildlife Area.

Features
Crushed rock parking surface. Wildlife viewing from vehicle. Undeveloped area scattered throughout the Wishkah Valley, managed for elk, blacktail deer and black bear habitat. Wishkah River has winter steelhead, coho salmon, and sea-run cutthroat.
Updated: 8/22/2002

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77 Lake Aberdeen Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
From Aberdeen, go east on US 12 for 3 miles. Turn left
(north) onto Aberdeen Lake Drive for 0.25 mile to the hatchery.

Features
  • Fish viewing.
  • Lake access through city park.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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78 Wynoochee River - White Bridge
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Montesano, go W 0.9 mi on SR 8. Exit at Wynoochee Lake - Devonshire Rd, and go N on Wynoochee Valley Rd, 11.7 mi. Turn left at Public Fishing sign. Follow dirt road 0.5 mi to its end.

Features
  • Flat gravel parking lot. Winter and summer steelhead, coho salmon and sea-run cutthroat are available.
  • See current fishing rules
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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79 Coho Campground
(USDA FS)
Hood Canal Ranger District: 360-877-5254
TDD: 360-877-5254

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boating
From Montesano, drive W on US 101 for 1 mi and turn right
(N) onto Wynoochee Valley Rd and FS 22. Travel 35 mi and turn left to stay on FS 22. Turn right onto FS 2294 and drive 1 mi to site.

Features
  • Swimming available in Lake Wynoochee
  • Dump station available
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80 Friends Landing
(WDFW)
Managed by Grays Harbor Trout UnlimitedContact: 360-533-4453

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Accessible Fishing Accessible Boat Launch
From Montesano, drive west on US 12 for about 2 miles to the Devonshire Rd exit. Go 1.5 miles on Devonshire Rd to Katon Rd. Turn left and follow Katon Rd to site at end.

Features
  • Lake and river fishing.
  • Private/public partnership area developed for accessibility. Refer to current fishing regulations.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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81 Chehalis River - So. Monte
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Montesano, go south for 0.8 miles on SR 107. Turn left at the Public Fishing sign before the Chehalis River bridge. Site is located at end of road.

Features
  • Flat, gravel parking area; three lane launch ramp.
  • Refer to current fishing rules.
  • Updated: 8/23/2002
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82 Lake Sylvia
(SP) Go to website.
Contact: 360-249-3621

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Fishing Useable Boat Launch Useable Boating
Located one mile north of Montesano, Wash.

From Olympia: Drive west on Hwy. 101 to SR 8, and west on SR 8 to SR 12. Follow signs to Montesano. Lake Sylvia is a mile north of the SR 12/Lake Sylvia exit.

Features
  • Accessible tent camping space, blacktop trails around picnic areas and beach access, fishing access points along lake and boardwalk to dam, restrooms and showers are available. Hard packed gravel trails also.
  • Dump station available
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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83 Satsop River - Bridge Site
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Site

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Montesano, go east on SR-12, over Satsop River Bridge. Access is on right.

Features
  • Gravel parking lot, slight uphill paved path to toilet. Paved designated parking.
  • Refer to current fishing rules.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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84 Schafer
(SP) Go to website.
Contact: 360-482-3852

Non-Accessible Fee Area Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Useable Camp Site
Located 12 miles north of Elma, Wash., on the East Fork of the Satsop River.

From Elma: Drive 12 miles north on the East Satsop Road. The park is also accessible via the Brady exit from U.S. Hwy. 12. This route offers a scenic 10-mile drive.

Dump station available
Updated: 9/8/2005

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85 Bingham Creek Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
From Elma, go west on US 12 for 3 miles. At Brady, travel north on West Satsop Matlock Brady Rd for 14 miles. Turn right on Fish Hatchery Rd. Go 4 miles to the hatchery.

Features
  • Salmon-rearing facility Fish viewing
  • Fishing area is asphalt and landscaped grass
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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86 Chehalis Wildlife Area
(WDFW)
Waterfowl Viewing and Hunting Blind

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Accessible Hunting Non-Accessible Fishing
Head West on US 12 towards Montesano. About 2 miles past Elma turn left
(south) on Schouweiler Road. Stay right past gravel pits to end of road. Go left 100 yards to accessible parking area on right.

Features
  • Sloughs and ponds with largemouth bass, crappie, trout. Waterfowl hunting and viewing. Some gravel walking paths. Accessible duck hunting/ wildlife viewing blind.
  • Undeveloped area. Flat, gravel parking area. An accessible duck hunting blind is located at the end of a concrete path 300 feet from the accessible parking. Hunting has priority use over wildlife viewing during the open waterfowl hunting season. Open to use by all hunters, but hunters with a WDFW disabled hunter permit have priority use if occupied at least one hour before daylight. Disabled hunters should occupy this blind early on weekends. Limited turn around, not recommended for larger vehicles.
  • Updated: 12/2/2003
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87 Porter Creek Campground
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
6 mi S of Elma, start at junction of US 12 and Porter Creek Rd. Go NE on Porter Creek Rd
(becomes C-1100 Rd.) for 3.4 mi. At 4-way intersection, go straight on B-line Rd for 0.6 mi. Site is on left & right.

Features
  • Woodland stream setting.
  • Site connects to both horse trails and motorcycle trails.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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88 North Beach Seashore Ocean Access
(SP)

Accessible Toilet
State Route 109 at Moclips.

Features
beach access

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89 Pacific Beach
(SP)
Reservation: 888-226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time.

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boating
Located 15 miles north of Ocean Shores, Wash., off SR 109.

From Hoquiam: Follow SR 109, 30 miles northwest to the town of Pacific Beach. The park is located in town.

Features
  • Surf fishing, beach access
  • Dump station available Utility campsite, showers
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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90 Ocean City
(SP)
Reservation: 888-226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time.

Non-Accessible Fee Area Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Shelter Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
Located on the coast one-and-a-half miles north of Ocean Shores on Hwy. 115.

From Hoquiam: Drive 16 miles west on SR 109, then turn south on SR 115 and drive 1.2 miles to the park.

Features
  • Beach access
  • Group camping Utility campsite
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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91 N Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at Chance A La Mer
(SP)
Contact: 360-289-3553

Accessible Toilet
State Route 115 at Ocean Shores.

Features
Beach access

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92 Humptulips River - Morley
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Hoquiam go north for 10.4 miles on SR 109, then left at public fishing sign. Access is at end of road.

Features
  • Undeveloped bank fishing. Flat, gravel parking.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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93 John's River Wildlife Area
(WDFW)
Wildlife Area - fishing, viewingContact: 360-533-5676

Useable Toilet Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Accessible Hunting Non-Accessible Fishing Useable Boat Launch Useable Boating
From Aberdeen, go west on SR 105 approximately 12 miles, after crossing John's River bridge take the first left on John's River Road. Go one block and turn left on George Clark Road, go to end of road and turn right down into the site.

Features
Field areas, occasionally flooded, for waterfowl and winter elk pasture. Fish for winter steelhead, coho salmon and sea-run cutthroat. A loading ramp to allow for a transfer onto a horse or into a boat on a trailer from a wheelchair is provided. A level paved 12 foot wide dike trail to the viewing/hunting blind is 2,900 feet long.
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Other Info: The accessible blind is better suited for wildlife viewing but can be used for hunting waterfowl. Boaters: river is tidally influenced.
Updated: 3/30/2001


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94 Westhaven
(SP)
Contact: 360-268-9717


Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail
North of Westport, State Route 105.

Features
Beach access Trail to Westport Light

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95 Westport Light
(SP)
Contact: 360-268-9717

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Picnic Site Accessible Hiking Trail
Located on the Pacific Ocean at Westport, WA, 22 miles southwest of Aberdeen, Wash.

From Westport: Drive west on Ocean Ave. about one mile to park entrance.

Features
  • Beach access Trail to Westhaven
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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96 Twin Harbors
(SP)
Reservation: 888-226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m Pacific Time.

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
Located three miles south of Westport, Wash., on Hwy. 105.

From Aberdeen: Travel south on Hwy. 105 toward Westport for 17 miles. Watch for signs as you enter the Westport area.

Features
  • Sandy trails to ocean
  • Utility campsite, kitchen, group facilities, dump station available Showers
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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97 S Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at Bonges Avenue
(SP)
Contact: 360-268-9717

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Picnic Site
South of Twin Harbors State Park, State Route 105.

Features
Beach access

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98 Grayland Beach
(SP)
Reservation: 888-226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time.

Non-Accessible Fee Area Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
Located five miles south of Westport, Wash.

From Aberdeen: Travel 22 miles on Hwy. 105 south to Grayland. Traveling through the town, watch for park signs.

Features
  • Sandy beach trail
  • Utility campsite available
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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99 S Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at North Cove
(SP)
Contact: 360-268-9717

Accessible Toilet
5 miles South of Grayland, State Route 105.

Features
Beach access

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100 Smith Creek
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Raymond, go north 6.9 miles on US 101. Then west on Sunnyside Rd 1.5 miles to site on left.

Features
  • Gravel parking area, two-lane launch ramp. Unimproved mud/grass bank fishing. Toilet up path on hill.
  • Good area for bird and estuary viewing from canoe.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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101 Butte Creek
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
Start in Raymond at junction of SR 6 and US 101. Go N on US 101 for 2.3 mi. Site is on right.

Features
  • Short trail through old growth stand. Bring your own water.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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102 Willapa River - Wilson Creek Access
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Useable Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From Raymond, starting at the Willapa River Bridge, go south 0.8 mile on US 101, then east 1.5 miles on SR 6. Turn north onto East Raymond-Willapa Road, go 1.1 miles, turn left on Main St then 1.2 miles to Public Fishing Sign.

Features
  • Flat, gravel and silt parking area. Unimproved natural bank. River supports winter steelhead and sea-run cutthroat.
  • See current fishing rules.
  • Updated: 9/9/2002
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103 Forks Creek Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Raymond, go east on SR 6 for about 13 miles. Turn right
(south) between mileposts 13 and 14 at hatchery sign.

Features
  • Fish viewing.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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104 Palix River
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From South Bend, go south 14 miles on US 101 to Palix River. Site is on the left after the Palix River Bridge.

Features
  • Double launch ramp. Crushed rock and grass parking areas. Unimproved natural bank fishing. River supports salmon, winter stealhead and sea-run cutthroat.
  • Refer to current fishing rules.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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105 Nemah Hatchery
(WDFW)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
From Raymond, go south on US 101 for 23 miles. Turn left at hatchery sign onto North Nemah Rd and drive 3 miles east to hatchery.

Features
Fishing below hatchery bridge is unimproved, natural bank. Fish viewing.
Updated: 8/23/2002

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106 Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Goose Blind
(WDFW)
Waterfowl Viewing and Hunting BlindReservation: 360-484-3482

Accessible Fee Area Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Accessible Hunting
From Raymond, go south about 35 miles on US 101. The office is located on US 101 about 7 miles west of SR 4 on east side of road. The blind is located in the Riekkola Unit near Long Beach.

Features
  • This portable blind is accessed by a gravel pathway and is located on refuge land in the Riekkola Unit, and is managed by the refuge. Contact the refuge office for information on use of this blind at 360-484-3482.
  • All goose hunters in this county must be certified by WDFW to hunt geese. Call WDFW for information.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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107 Long Beach Seashore Ocean Beach Access at Seaview
(SP)
Contact: 360-642-3078

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Fishing
State Route 103.

Features
Beach access

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108 Loomis Lake
(SP)

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
9 miles North of Long Beach, State Route 103

Features
  • Ocean fishing, beach access
  • Platform with ocean view
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109 Loomis Lake
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Access Area

Accessible Toilet Accessible Fishing Useable Boat Launch
From Long Beach, go north on SR 103 for about 6.2 miles. Turn right at the Public Fishing sign. Access is at end of road.

Features
  • Level, gravel parking area; gravel boat launch. Boarding float/fishing dock. Accessible route of travel from designated parking near the accessible vault toilet to the dock.
  • Refer to current fishing rules.
  • Updated: 5/22/2003
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110 Nahcotta Tidelands Interpretive Site
(WDFW)
Willapa Bay Field Office

Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area
From Long Beach, go north on SR 103 six miles to Nahcotta, and the Willapa Bay Field Office sign.

Features
  • Paved, designated parking.
  • Updated: 8/23/2002
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111 Leadbetter Point
(SP)
Contact: 360-642-3078

Accessible Toilet Accessible Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
North end of Long Beach Peninsula, State Route 103.

Features
  • Kayak/canoe access
  • Ocean/bay fishing
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112 Cape Disappointment
(SP)
Reservation: 888-226-7688
Reservation hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Pacific Time.

Non-Accessible Fee Area Accessible Toilet Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Camp Site Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Shelter Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Formerly Fort Canby State Park.

Located two miles southwest of Ilwaco, Wash.

From Seattle: Take I-5 south to Olympia, SR 8 west to Montesano. From there, take U.S. Hwy. 101 south to Long Beach Peninsula.

From Portland: Take I-5 north to Longview, then SR 4 west to U.S. Hwy. 101. Then drive south to Long Beach Peninsula. Follow signs to Ilwaco and the park.

Features
  • Lighthouse tours, beach access
  • Yurts, cabins, group camp, utility campsite, and dump station available Yurts, cabins
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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113 Fort Columbia
(SP)

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Fishing
Located two miles west of the Astoria Bridge on Hwy. 101 in Chinook, Wash.

From Seattle: Take I-5 south, then SR 8 west, then U.S. Hwy. 101 south. Park is two miles west of the Astoria Bridge in the town of Chinook.

From Portland: Take I-5 north, then SR 4 west, then SR 401. Park is two miles west of the Astoria Bridge on U.S. Hwy. 101 in the town of Chinook.

Features
  • River shore access, fort interpretation.
  • Updated: 9/8/2005
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114 Snag Lake
(DNR) Go to website.

Accessible Toilet Accessible Camp Site Useable Picnic Site Useable Hiking Trail Accessible Viewing Area Accessible Fishing Useable Boat Launch
Start at milepost 3 on SR 4. At the Naselle Youth Camp entrance keep left, take C-line road up the hill for 2.9 mi. Turn left on C-2600 Rd.
(gravel, one lane) for 0.6 mi. Turn right on C-2620 for 0.2 mi. to site.

Features
  • Small campsite on a picturesque snag filled pond in the woods. Trail around forest lake with views. May require assistance. Accessible fishing platform. Bring your own water.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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115 Naselle Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Cathlamet, go west on SR 4 for about 30 miles. Turn right on North Valley Rd for 2 miles, then turn right at hatchery sign.

Features
  • Fish viewing.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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116 Grays River Hatchery
(WDFW)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Drinking Water Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area
From Longview/Kelso, go west on SR 4 to milepost 19
(47 miles). Turn right at hatchery sign on Shannon Rd. then 2.2 miles to hatchery.

Features
  • Salmon, steelhead, and trout. Fish viewing.
  • Updated: 8/22/2002
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117 Murdock Beach
(DNR)

Useable Viewing Area Useable Wildlife Viewing Area
From Port Angeles take SR-12 West to milepost 44 go 0.6 miles turn North
(towards the water) onto PA-S-2500 Road. Go 0.3 miles ,turn right on PA-S-2510 to the beach.

Features
  • Beautiful undeveloped site Walk in day use only.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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118 East Spruce Railroad Trailhead at Lake Crescent
(ONP)

Accessible Toilet Useable Hiking Trail Useable Viewing Area Useable Wildlife Viewing Area
From Port Angeles, go 17 miles west on US 101 to East Beach Rd. Go 3 miles to Lyre River Rd. Go 0.5 miles to the trailhead parking area.

Approx. .25 mi. of Spruce Railroad Trail is accessible with assistance.
Updated: 5/22/2003

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119 Western Lake
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Useable Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
Start at mile post #3 on SR-4
(near Nasell). At the Nasell Youth Camp entrance keep left and follow C-Line Road up the hill for 2.9 miles. Turn left on C-2600 Road for 0.9 miles. Turn right on C-2620 for 0.2 miles to site.

Features
Small campground in a wooded setting next to a small lake. Short wooded trail to Snag Lake Campground. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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120 Cottonwood Campground
(DNR) Go to website.


Accessible Toilet Useable Camp Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
South of Forks on US 101 between mileposts 177 - 178. Go W on Oil City Rd.
(paved)for 2.3 mi. Turn left on H-4060
(gravel) Go 0.9 mi.to site.

Features
  • Wooded setting with large trees, located along the Hoh River. There are some riverside campsites. Bring your own water.
  • Hand carry boat launch
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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121 Striped Peak Vista
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Useable Viewing Area
From Port Angeles take SR-112 west to between mileposts 56 & 57 Go North
(towards the water) on Freshwater Bay Road for 1.6 miles. Turn left on the PA-J-3000 Road
(gravel) for 2.8 miles to trailhead on right.

Features
There are nice views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and 2.5 miles of hiking trail to beach access and Salt Creek Recreation Area
(Clallam County) Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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122 Sadie Creek Trailhead
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Useable Viewing Area
Start on SR-112 between mileposts 42 & 43. Go South on East Twin Rivers Road
(Forest Service Road 3040) 0.1 mile. Turm left to trailhead.

Features
Eight miles of horse, hiker, motor bike, quad and mountain bike trails. Elevation Changes from 600 feet at the trailhead to 2,500 feet at the ridge line. On a clear day you can see the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Vancouver Island, Mount Baker and the San Juan Islands. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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123 South Fork Hoh Campground
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Fishing
Start on US-101 at milepost 176. Go East on Hoh Mainline
(paved) for 6.6 miles. Go left on H-1000 road
(paved two lane - then gravel one lane)7.4 miles. Campground entrance is the first road to the right past the South Fork Hoh bridge.

Features
Small campground located in a wooded setting with some large spruce trees. The campground is located along the South Fork Hoh River and there are some riverside campsites. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012


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124 Willoughby Creek Campground
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Fishing
Start on US-101 between mileposts 178 and 179. Go east on Hoh Rain Forest Road
(Upper Hoh County Road) for 3.5 miles. Campground is on the right side of the road.

Features
Small campground located in a wooded setting, along the Hoh River at the mouth of Willoughby Creek. There are some riverside and streamside campsites. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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125 Coppermine Bottom Campground
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Useable Camp Site Useable Shelter Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
Start on US-101 at milepost 147. Go North on Hoh-Clearwater Mainline Road
(paved) for 12.6 miles. Turn right on C-1010 Road
(gravel,one lane), go 1.5 miles. Site is on left.

Features
  • Wooded setting with large trees, located along the Clearwater River. There are some riverside campsites. Bring your own water.
  • Hand carry boat launch.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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126 Upper Clearwater Campground
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Useable Shelter Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
Start on US-101 at milepost 147. Go North on Hoh-Clearwater Mainline Road
(paved) for 12.9 miles Turn right on C-3000 road
(gravel, one lane) for 3.2 miles. Site on right.

Features
  • Wooded setting with large trees, located along the Clearwater River. There are some riverside campsites. Bring your own water.
  • Hand carry boat launch.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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127 Melbourne Lake Campground
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
Start on US-101 along Hood Canal about two miles south of Eldon. Take Jorsted Creek Road
(Forest Service Road 24) for 5.6 miles. Turn left, go 1.6 miles, keep left, go 0.3 miles, keep left, go 1.4 miles to site

Features
Small campground near lake. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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128 Foothills Trailhead / Little River Trailhead
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Hiking Trail
Starting in Port Angeles at 8th & Pine, go south
(away from the ocean) on Pine Street
(Old Black Diomond Road) for 4.8 miles. Turn left on Little River Road
(gravel). Go 0.1 miles, Little River trailhead on left. Continue on Little River Road 1.0 mile, turn left onto Foothills Trailhead Road
(PA-H-1000)for 0.2 miles,Foothills Trailhead on right.

Features
  • Foothills Trail is an 18 mile motorbike, quad, mountain bike, horse, and hiker trail. Bring your own water.
  • Little River Trailhead accesses hiking trail to Hurricane Ridge - mountain bikes not allowed past the Olympic National Park Boundary.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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129 Robbins Lake
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Belfair-Tahuya Road. Go 7.7 miles. Turn Right onto Dewatto Bay Road. Go 2.3 miles. Turn Left onto Hobas Way. Go 0.7 miles. Turn Left at Aldrich/Robbins junction. Go 0.9 miles. Turn Right go 0.2 miles to site.

Features
Site is day use only. Boat launch is hand launch only. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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130 Twin Lakes
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Belfair-Tahuya Road. Go about 5 miles. Turn Right onto Bennettsen Lake Road. Go 2 miles. Turn Right onto Twin Lakes Road. Go about 0.7 miles. Turn Left and go about 0.5 miles to the site.

Features
  • Small, primitive, lake Bring your own water.
  • Walk-in camping only.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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131 Howell Lake
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Hiking Trail Non-Accessible Interpretive Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Belfair-Tahuya Road. Go 5.5 miles. Site is to the Left about 0.25 miles.

Features
  • Small lake-front site. Boat launch is hand launch only. Bring your own water.
  • Open for camping on the weekends starting the last weekend of April to September 15th.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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132 Aldrich Lake
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch Non-Accessible Boating
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Belfair-Tahuya Road. Go 7.7 miles. Turn Right onto Dewatto Bay Road. Go 2.3 miles. Turn Left onto Hobas Way. Stay Right for 1.6 miles to site.

Features
  • Small primitive lakefront site. Boat launch is hand launch only. Bring your own water.
  • Open for fishing access on the last weekend of April, and camping will be open from Memorial Day to September 15th.
  • Updated: 2/24/2012
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133 Kammenga Canyon
(DNR)

Non-Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Belfair-Tahuya Road. Go 1.9 miles. Turn Right onto Elfendahl Pass Road. Go 2.6 miles. Turn Left on Goat Ranch Road. Go about 0.4 miles, then turn Right and go about 0.5 miles to the site.

Features
Small stream-side site in a wooded setting. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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136 Camp Spillman
(DNR)

Accessible Toilet Non-Accessible Camp Site Non-Accessible Picnic Site Non-Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Wildlife Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing
From Belfair take State Route 300 for 3.5 miles. Turn Right onto Belfair-Tahuya Road. Go 1.9 miles. Turn Right onto Elfendahl Pass Road. Go 2.6 miles. Turn Left onto Goat Ranch Road. Go 0.7 miles. Site is on Right.

Features
Small primitive site in a woodland setting. Bring your own water.
Updated: 2/24/2012

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139 Point Whitney Shellfish Lab
(WDFW)

Accessible Toilet Accessible Interpretive Site Accessible Viewing Area Non-Accessible Fishing Non-Accessible Boat Launch
From US-101, about 3.5 miles north of Brinnon, turn east on Point Whitney Road. Follow to end. Interpretive building at bottom of hill, past office.

Features
Marine habitat displays. View of Dabob Bay. Paved parking for 30 cars. Restroom in interpretive building.
Updated: 9/11/2002

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140 Tokeland Boat Launch
(WDFW)
Public Fishing Area

Non-Accessible Toilet Accessible Boat Launch
From Aberdeen, take SR-105 along the south shore of Grays Harbor. Follow this road about 30 miles. At North Cove, Shoalwater Indian Reservation, stay to the right
(exit SR-105) and continue south to Toke Point.

Features
  • Undeveloped parking area in grass field. 2-lane launch ramp with boarding dock completed in 2000.
  • Managed by Port of Willa