Trails at Port Gamble Washington

Learn about the trails at Port Gamble Washington.  For a full list of horseback riding trails, please go to this website.   Another map of trails can be found here.

Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park

Trails at Port Gamble Washington

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

North Kitsap Heritage Park is a 4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kingston, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is suitable for all skill levels. The path offers some activity options and is best used from January until January. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Hiking trails mostly underdeveloped at this time. This park has no restrooms or other facilities. This park is a pack-it-in/pack-it-out with no trash collection. The Heritage Park includes 460 acres of second-growth forest with several miles of existing logging roads

Animals: Horses and pets are not allowed near athletic fields, playgrounds, picnic sites, and swimming beaches. Unless otherwise posted, most parks/areas allow pets. Pets must be kept on leashes and owners must clean up after their pets.

The following parks DO NOT allow pets:
Carpenter Lake Natural Reserve
Guillemot Cove Nature Reserve

Trails: Hikers, bicyclists, and horses must stay on existing and designated trails.

Trash: Trash and garbage must be placed in appropriate containers.  Where receptacles are not available, guest must pack in and pack out all waste.

Vehicles: Motorized vehicles must remain in designated parking areas. Overnight parking is not allowed.

Alcohol: Intoxicating beverages are not allowed.

Miscellaneous: Golf, paintball, fireworks, radio controlled aircraft, camping, parking, bounce houses, and fires prohibited.


Olympic National Forrest

Olympic Resource Trails is a 2.8-mile loop trail located near Kingston, Washington that features a river. The path is suitable for all skill levels offers some activity options. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Due to weather and trail conditions, riding and use of pack animals are more enjoyable from the late spring to early fall. During the winter, trails may be muddy or blocked with trees that have blown over during wind storms.

Here is a full list of places to ride.


Please let us know of your experiences at these locations.

 

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