Seaquest State Park is a 475-acre, year-round camping park near Mount St. Helens. The beautifully forested park claims over a mile of Silver Lake shoreline, a shallow wetland lake. Enjoy one mile of wetland trail and six miles of woodland trails for hiking and bicycling; see spectacular views of wildlife, Silver Lake and the surrounding area. There are also children's play areas and playing fields. Great seasonal fishing, boating and swimming are available nearby.

Good place to take the kiddos. So much to see and learn. Had 3 littles with me and no one else was there. They got to take their time and enjoyed it quite a bit!

This place truly is a haven. Such a blissful stroll through the wetlands featuring waterfowl, beautiful plants, and even a view of distant Mount Saint Helens.

Easy trail loop, a lot to enjoy. Wonderful wild life.

quiet easy trail with beautiful views

This was a beautiful place to stop and stretch the legs on a road trip from Seattle to Portland. The trail was free to access. I visited in autumn. The sky was clear and sunny and offered a beautiful view of Mount St. Helens as well as fascinating wetland nature and fall foliage. I highly recommend. It is easy to access from I-5 and a quick detour.

Amazing trail minus the bugs :)

Beautiful views and excellent historical lesson to boot! I’ll have to come again to see the spring colors.

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

great, easy hike! beautiful views!

Monday, November 20, 2017

We were here in November so not a lot of wildlife activity with the exception of some ducks. We are excited to try again in the spring. The boardwalk is really cool. There visitor’s center next to the trail is also a lot of fun. So much information and history!

Monday, July 03, 2017

Good trail. Not difficult but not well maintained either.

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

I live near this trail and we hike it quite often with the dogs. It is a beautiful, easy trail and would be excellent for children and people looking for a quick, lighter hike. Its always a bit cold in the woods here and can be wet in the fall and spring.

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