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Kopachuck State Park Trail

Olympic Peninsula

Location

Olympic Peninsula -- Kitsap Peninsula
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Length

1.0 miles, roundtrip

Elevation

Gain: 25 ft.
Highest Point: 25 ft.

Rating

3.60 out of 5

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This is an easy loop trail, wandering nearly one mile through a forest of bigleaf maple and cedars on the shores of Carr Inlet in Gig Harbor. With less than fifty feet of elevation gain and plenty of picnic tables, it makes the perfect destination for families with small children.

The delightful, short, family-friendly trail loop in this state park showcases salmonberries in spring and summer, as well as three kinds of ferns: sword fern, horse tail fern and licorice fern. These, in addition to the maples and cedars, mean that the short trail is a great place to hone your budding identification skills.

If photography is your passion, you'll find the waterside views of Key Peninsula across Carr Inlet and Henderson Bay are great, as well as the distant peaks on the Olympic Peninsula.

 

Kopachuck State Park Trail

Map & Directions

Trailhead
Co-ordinates: 47.3085, -122.6807 Open map in new window

Trailhead

Olympic Peninsula -- Kitsap Peninsula

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Getting There

From Tacoma, drive west on Highway 16, taking the Rosedale exit and follow the signs on Rosedale 7 miles to the park.

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Kopachuck State Park Trail

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