Hike through some of the last standing old-growth trees in the Chehalis Valley. Admire trails, bridges, and structures built by the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). Once finished hiking, sit by a small cascade and let it lull you to rest.
After your hike, take time to see the rest of the park, including the CCC-built structures and Rainbow Falls, a small cascade tumbling over basalt ledges. If you’d like more hiking, head to the Willapa Hills trailhead located near the
campground. This former railroad right-of-way is now a multiuse trail administered by Washington State Parks.
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