Brown Creek Nature Loop Trail is a .8 mile loop around a beaver pond and is a great wildlife viewing area. The trail has an easy grade along the south half, leaving from the Interpretive Trailhead. There are steeper grades along the north half. Some individuals may need assistance due to the steeper grades along the north half of this trail. This trail has a compacted surface.
Interpretive signs discuss the wetland ecology and its associated wildlife. A great hike for families.
At a Glance
6/30/2016: Trail is open year round, in good condition.
Motorized vehicles and stock are prohibited.
Potable Water available at Campground during the season.
From Shelton, WA take US Highway 101 for 6 miles north. Then turn west onto the Skokomish Valley Road. Follow Skokomish Valley Road for about 5 miles to Forest Service Road 23. Turn right and drive 9.0 miles to Forest Service Road 2353. Turn right and drive approximately ¾ mile to the South Fork Skokomish River Bridge. Cross the bridge and go right to get to the main Campground, or turn left to get to the Interpretive Trailhead.
Brown Creek Interpretive Trailhead provides a year-round accessible vault toilet. There is potable water available at this trailhead during the season only.
There are accessible toilets and potable water within the main Brown Creek Campground during the open season.