Chehalis Western Trail Woodard Bay Trail

Olympia, Washington 98511

Chehalis Western Trail Woodard Bay Trail

Chehalis Western Trail (Woodard Bay Trail) Professional Review and Guide

"This peaceful trail hides you from a commercial district near I–5, just a few miles from the state capitol in Olympia. It passes beside homes, then farms and ponds, finally reaching the Woodard Bay Conservation Area near Puget Sound. Horses are accommodated with a separate path for most of the way, sometimes through the woods.

The sights and sounds of ponds, pastures, forest, birds, ducks, and cows make this a delightful trail, well designed for all users. Surface: Asphalt with a dirt horse trail (separated for much of the distance). Location: Olympia, in Thurston County."

Chehalis Western Trail (Woodard Bay Trail) Reviews

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6/5/2006
This trail description is way out of date. There are now 27 miles managed by Thurston county and anothe 7 or 8 manged by State Dept of Natural Resources. All miles are paved and a very nice mix of urban and very rural settings. If you are into Geocaching, there are many caches hidden along the trail. (see www.geocaching.com)
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3/1/2002
My son and I have enjoyed this trail for 3 years, since he was learning to bike at the age of five. Like a typical rail-trail this is extreamly flat. If you have a mountain bike you will enjoy the equestrain trail that runs to the side of this paved trail. It has a few inclines give you a change of pace. Yes, watch for the roads that cross this trail expecially if you have kids. The roads carry little traffic but watch out to be safe!
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Trail Information

Olympia
Nearby City
Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility
5.5
Distance
Shuttle
Trail Type
Surface
Easy
Skill Level
Open year-round
Season
Skating
Additional Use
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
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Jul 2018