Belfair State Park is a 65-acre, year-round camping park on 3,720 feet of saltwater shoreline at the southern end of Hood Canal in western Washington. It is noted for its saltwater tide flats, wetlands with wind-blown beach grasses and pleasant areas for beach walking and saltwater swimming.
This trail was not a good walking trail. It looked like it was mostly used for ORVs. My son and I drove up here and decided not to walk. It was pretty rural and trails were run down wth tracks and bumps from ORVs. I didn't feel comfortable walking alone with my son because it was so far out.
Nice set of trails with varied scenery. the marshlands are a beautiful ecosystem, and the longest of the trails tours through a now-completed Wetlands restoration project. Some paths are a little narrow for passing bit it's not a big issue. There is a simple restroom on the longest trail.
This trail is lovely for a walk partially in the woods, and mostly in the wetlands with views of the Hood Canal and of course the wetlands. One thing about this trail that I was not impressed with is the poor condition that it was in. This trail is supposed to be a walking trail, but with little maintenance, a lot of growth is overcoming the trail, leaving little access for daily walkers. For the most part this trail I would say should be recommended for people who want to find a daily walking trail.
I was on a couple of the trails about a year ago & the scenery, the birds & the trails are a unique & wonderful experience! You will meet all kinds of other people but for the most part, it's peaceful & a relaxing walk & easy with ADA accessible.