1900 Road and Lower Mirkwood Loop

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Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park

1900 Road and Lower Mirkwood Loop is a 2.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kingston, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 2.2 miles Elevation Gain: 269 feet Route Type: Loop

dog friendly

kid friendly

hiking

horseback riding

mountain biking

walking

running

forest

views

wild flowers

wildlife

There are more trails in this area if you wish to extend your trip.

1 month ago

Great day for a hike. Very nice trail, generally well groomed, easy to follow with "All Trails". Very quiet peaceful hike. Nice length and altitude changes for a bit of exercise during this social distancing and not a lot of people. Parking is a bit tight (on the shoulders of the road). Overall, great place to get outdoors for some fresh air.

1 month ago

4-8-2020 Very nice hike. Starts with long uphill. We followed All Trails suggested route. The eastern winding portion was especially enjoyable, close to nature. Trail was clear. Several muddy areas all easily skirted, no standing water. Saw about 10 people, hikers/bikers, dogs all on leash today. Look forward to exploring side trails in the future.

mountain biking
muddy
over grown
rocky
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

was awesome dogs loved it!!

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

hiking
Sat Feb 23 2019

I took a few different trails, starting off at the Stottlemeyer trailhead and ending in Port Gamble. the trails are marked well, and there are maps throughout so it's really easy to find your way around. there are some places they're really muddy, and some trails aren't as well kept as the others. overall, really good hike.

walking
Sun Feb 14 2016

It is immediately apparent that this land belongs to a forest products company. It has been heavily thinned and the cut trees and saplings have been left on the forest floor. I imagine this is good forest management, but not very attractive. As the way contracts in stages from a logging road to a wide path to a narrow trail, it becomes more scenic and enjoyable. One is constantly reminded, though, that it is a working forest. Some cuts appear to be made within the last week. I probably will not return to this trail for quite a while. It could be a good venue for mountain biking or even running, but not my idea of a pleasant walk in the woods.

Mon Jun 15 2015

We used the trails back in 2013. some parts are a little rough on strollers but a good jogging stroller can get you through it. Very nice trails and we'll maintained.

walking
Fri Aug 09 2013

Olympic Resources is managing the historical logging town of Port Gamble's property and has been very supportive of allowing cyclist, equestrians, and hikers build trails on their property. We have had to endure the occasional clear cut but hopefully that will no longer be an issue as they have agreed to sell off the land to a nature conservancy which will leave this area as a beautiful trail system. The sale also expands Heritage Park in Kingston. It's a great place to trail run, mountain bike, and walk your dog.

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