With five miles of dedicated hiking trails, Dosewallips State Park offers hikers ample opportunity to explore the natural topography of the area alongside the natural habitats of local flora and fauna. With access to routes designed to suit all ages and abilities, Dosewallips State Park hotels give you the chance to plan a perfect day of hiking, with plenty of places to stop and enjoy a well-earned picnic along the way.
This easy 0.3-mile trail is perfect for the whole family, taking you along Rocky Brook to the bottom of the falls. Hikers will have the chance to spot forest birds and other wildlife as you meander along at your own pace.
This moderately difficult 3-mile trail guides hikers past part of the Dosewallips River estuary, through forests, and alongside waterfalls and an abundance of wildflowers. It's a great choice in spring when hundreds of springlets bring life to the forest.
Guiding you along the ridge of Mount Jupiter, this difficult 12.8-mile trail should only be attempted by experienced hikers. Superb views of the park and estuary await at the top, and the trail provides access to the Brothers Wilderness.
Dosewallips State Park cabins let you and your family take advantage of everything the park has to offer. With scenic vistas around every corner, a wealth of wildlife to observe, including fish and shellfish you can catch and take home for dinner, you'll find that there's plenty to keep everyone entertained when visiting Dosewallips State Park.
If you're looking for a shellfish dinner, try your luck at Hood Canal. Clam-diggers and crabbers are always on the lookout for the catch of the day, and people of all ages can give it a try.
A popular pastime for both anglers and families looking to explore the river, boating at Dosewallips State Park provides a unique perspective as you travel along its 5 miles of shoreline.
Wild elk frequent Dosewallips State Park, and you can spot waterfowl and other aquatic animals from the wildlife viewing platform looking out over the estuary.