Lake Sylvia State Park

Grays Harbor, Washington

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Lake Sylvia State Park has something for everyone: logging history and operations, a dam, a 30-acre lake, camping, picnicking, and any number of great trails to explore. Two of these trails—the Sylvia Creek Forestry Trail and the Lake Trail—are featured here. Both are secluded in a forest of western hemlock and Douglas fir, some of which are part of a working tree farm. Though the trails are managed by two different agencies and for different purposes, they are contiguous and offer a similar forest experience and a great workout.
Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest

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Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest

by Natalie Bartley (Falcon Guides)

Lake Sylvia State Park has something for everyone: logging history and operations, a dam, a 30-acre lake, camping, picnicking, and any number of great trails to explore. Two of these trails—the Sylvia Creek Forestry Trail and the Lake Trail—are featured here.

Both are secluded in a forest of western hemlock and Douglas fir, some of which are part of a working tree farm. Though the trails are managed by two different agencies and for different purposes, they are contiguous and offer a similar forest experience and a great workout.

©  Natalie Bartley/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Grays Harbor
Distance: 3.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Trails are open year-round, though they can be wet in fall and winter.
Local Contacts: City of Montesano
Topo Map: Lake Sylvia State Park Topographic Map
Guide Book: Best Rail Trails: Pacific Northwest Guide Book
Driving Directions: View Directions
Trail Directions: View Guide

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