Discover Tahuya State Forest, A Hidden Pacific Northwest Gem
Covering an expansive 23,000 acres of Mason County, Tahuya State Forest is a fantastic spot for a day or weekend trip! Catch views of Hood Canal and snowy mountain peaks on the drive there, and once you arrive, a scenic oasis awaits exploration. The outdoor adventurist is sure to find plenty to do, whether you love biking, camping, hiking, or off-roading.
Filled with stunning views and gorgeous forests, this state forest is managed by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Timber, communication towers, and brush leases in the forest are used to raise money for public services. Not only does the forest directly give back to our communities, but it also offers a stunning place to explore and enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
“Tahuya National Forest provides it all,” shared REALTOR® Chris Burk. “It is an awesome place to visit or live near, in some people’s perspectives. If you are wanting the acreage and view lifestyle, maybe this is the place for you!”