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Explore the best rated trails in Hoquiam, WA. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Yelm-Tenino Trail and Westport Dunes Trail. With more than 10 trails covering 114 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Recent Trail Reviews

Discovery Trail

Discovery Trail

February, 2023 by vidmar

I was amazed at how much I enjoyed this trail and the areas around the trail from riding through the headlands to the incredible kites to the small towns just off the path to the lighthouse. I loved it and look forward to the next time.

Chehalis Western Trail

nice trail

February, 2023 by chloesgrandma

We rode from Yelm to the Yelm hwy. overpass. Nice condition all the way.

Willapa Hills State Park Trail

Favorite trail hands down

October, 2022 by mrzwiefelhofer818

I have ridden this trail three times now start to finish and it is hands down my favorite around. People complain because it's not paved the whole way but that is my favorite part. It's not all cookie cutter and neat, it is an adventure! 56 miles of the most beautiful scenery you have ever seen. I am going to ride it start to finish for the fourth time next weekend. Can't wait! If God rode, this would be His trail. 5 stars!


Willapa Hills State Park Trail

South Bend to Raymond

September, 2022 by chloesgrandma

Rode from South Bend to past Raymond yesterday. There are lots of tree roots making it dangerous. Once you get past Raymond it is fairly smooth and asphalt for about a mile then it turns to gravel, which was much smoother riding. Trouble is after a couple of miles the trail is no longer navigable. All broke up with chunks in it. I wouldn’t hike it at that point. Why aren’t our tax dollars being used to keep it usable? Grays Harbor County and Lewis County deserve a better trail.

Willapa Hills State Park Trail

South Bend start.

September, 2022 by chloesgrandma

We started in South Bend and went as far as we could to Heckard Road. The trail comes to an end there. Past that point it is impassable on a bike. From South Bend to Raymond is very lumpy, close to dangerous. We crossed the highway in Raymond and the trail was pretty good even though it turned to gravel after a mile or so. The gravel was smooth. We wouldn’t do this trail again. We plan to try other sections.

Yelm-Tenino Trail


August, 2022 by chloesgrandma

Portions of the trail were fixed for the STP in July. Much nicer now.

Willapa Hills State Park Trail

The most poorly maintained trail in Washington State so far

July, 2022 by jworobe

This trail is the most poorly maintained in the State!

The vegetation along the trail is severely overgrown. In places from Adna to Rainbow Falls the center of the trail is overgrown by weeds and grasses. In others the blackberry bushes have formed a gauntlet so that the path is just wide enough for a single bicycle to ride past without risking a puncture.

The bridge abutments all along the path have steep gaps. A cyclist going at any speed risks going head over and at the very least a bent rim.

There is a fallen tree, that has obviously been there a while, over the path at chest level of most riders. Any cyclist going at speed risks being close-lined.

Most of the trail is deep, loose gravel. It is difficult to get traction or maintain balance while riding there.

The barriers to automobile traffic are placed at irregular widths so that there is very little room to get by. I ride a recumbent trike and without exception my mirrors were out further than the pylons. It is my understanding that all public areas have to have openings at least as wide as a standard wheelchair. It is not the case here.

I brought this information to Washington Parks Department attention and ended up in a voicemail maze.

It is a shame that the only place that should be safe for cyclists in Lewis County is in such poor repair.

Discovery Trail

Nice Trail

July, 2022 by mwskibike

Second time riding this trail. Don’t know how we did it 2 years ago without e-bikes! Started at north end and rode south. Lots of hills and curves - use caution as you can’t see far ahead. Wanted to go to Ilwaco, but was not able to determine where the cut-off is to go there. Assumed trail was paved all the way there, but only found a narrow gravel trail from a parking lot - map at that location did NOT have a “you are here” tag, so we didn’t know where we were.

Discovery Trail

Best Trail Ever

July, 2022 by loraleecampbell

What a wonderful ride. Started up a steep hill from Ilwaco but beautiful forest and paved path! Crossing 101 was a steep downhill on a dirt path, but easy to navigate. Next Parking area pathetic returned to paved, fairly flat and headed to the ocean. Beautiful easy ride from here. Lots of restrooms. Path in great condition! Coming back we went to Discovery park and saw the lighthouse. From her ewe to the main road down to the campground and then back to the town of Ilwaco.

Willapa Hills State Park Trail

First timer

July, 2022 by mwskibike

First time on this trail. Rode from South Bend to the north edge of Raymond, then east a couple miles going toward Chehalis. Lots of bumps from tree roots on the paved section. Going east toward Chehalis, the trail is being overrun by plants growing wild. Lots of wild blackberries and those vines are prickly.

Yelm-Tenino Trail

Spring 2022

April, 2022 by chloesgrandma

Rode the trail last weekend. There are a few spots that it is pretty rough so watch for bumps. Got hissed at by a wild goose towards Tenino. She got us on the way back too!

Willapa Hills State Park Trail

Update Winter 2021

December, 2021 by sgreen6

There are two active groups working hard on the completion of the Willapa Hills Trail led by the Lewis County Community Trails on the east end and the Pacific County Community Trails on the west. A pedestrian over pass is currently in construction on the Lewis County or east side. On west end, a portion of paved trail was repaired and repaved in the summer of 2021. We also conducted a legislative tour securing the funds to complete the resurfacing and all of the remaining trestles on the WH Trail. Resurfacing from Raymond to Menlo is currently being done. WA State Parks and especially Michael Hankinson, have gone above and beyond to see that this trail will be completed . Shane Chair PCCT

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