Tahuya is a great place to shake out the kinks and wrinkles from a long winter. And there are plenty of camping areas so you can commune with nature and spend even more time on the trails. Cut by rivers and streams, thick forest and clearcuts, the Tahuya is a motley of trails for practically any skill level. While there are a couple of clearly marked trails, the greatest fun comes from exploring, that is, getting lost and then finding your way out again. Take enough food and water for a long day. You'll want every bit of daylight to explore these trails.
How to get there:
Get thee to the town of Belfair. You'll find it by taking Highway 304 to Highway 3. From Belfair follow the signs to Belfair State Park. Take the North Shore Road (Highway 300) west for a little over a mile. Turn right on Sand Hill Road for nearly three miles, then go left on Goat Ranch Road. You'll see a large gravel pit where you need to turn. At just under half a mile the goes down to Big Mission Creek. You'll likely see some motorcyclists and people camping. Park here.