Hoquiam River East and West Forks

Hoquiam, Washington 98550

Hoquiam River East and West Forks

Hoquiam River: East and West Forks Professional Review and Guide

"The Hoquiam River proper, only 2.5 miles long, is totally urban; but at the point where it splits into East and West Forks, it becomes almost rural—nearly primitive.

Both forks have lives and accesses of their own, as they loop widely back and forth in sinuous curves through marshy lands that protect the rivers from greater development. They offer peaceful paddling on tidal waters that are disturbed only by such commercial activities as log storage (more historical than current) and sports fishing."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
Skill Level
East Fork 2 hours; West Fork 3 hours
Class I
Best: Year-round, but rainy in winter
Grays Harbor County Visitors Guide; Grays Harbor Chamber of Commerce; Washington Coast Chamber of Commerce; Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife website for Wildlife Areas and Access Points
Local Contacts
USGS Hoquiam, Humptulips; NOAA chart 18502
Local Maps

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Oct 2018