Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park

Port Gamble WA 98364

Size: 1890 Acres

Region: North District

Features:  Walking trails, equestrian trails, biking trails, access to water for water trails and kayaking, parking lot. This park is a pack it in and pack it out type park

 
 
Informational Fliers

 

 

 
Plans

Resource Management & Recreation Development – Landscape Classification System
Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Resource Stewardship & Public Access Plan
Forest Stewardship Plan for Ecological Restoration of Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park
Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Management Plan Summary
Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Land Use Map
Conceptual Site Plan for Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park Trails

 
The 453-acre “Shoreline Block” was acquired in February 2014.

A State Department of Ecology (DOE) grant was awarded, allowing for development of a Stewardship Plan and associated activities including studies, property clean-up and planting restoration.
DOE-funded activities have included a Saturday clean-up work party, re-planted 1.5-acres of marine riparian habitat east of SR 104, and provided for removal of invasive, erosion control and re-vegetation of Trailhead # 2 (Laudine DeCoteau Creek).

Park Planning started in December 2014. A Steering Committee has been selected.