The largest estuarine island on the entire Pacific Coast, Willapa Bay’s Long Island is indeed a special place to hike.
Miles of trails and old woods roads traverse this 5460-acre land mass, allowing access to quiet tidal flats, scenic bluffs, hidden sloughs, and old townsites. But the biggest attraction on Long Island is its biggest attraction—a grove of giant cedars almost one thousand years old!
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