Twanoh State Park

Twanoh State Park


Location:8 miles west of Belfair on Highway 106.
Facilities:25 standard campsites, 22 utility campsites, group camp, shower, picnic areas, 2 kitchen shelters (with electricity), hiking trails, swimming area, boat launch, dock, moorage, ball field, horseshoe pit.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, crabbing, oyster gathering, hiking, beachcombing, swimming, water-skiing.
Special Features:Soil in the park is "glacial till," an unlayered sediment which was deposited by glaciers over most of western Washington. The park is on Hood Canal, which is a canal in name only--it is actually a "fjord," a long narrow body of water open to the ocean and bordered at one end by steep cliffs or hills.
Address:12190 E Hwy 106
Union, WA 98592

Phone:360-275-2222
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Twanoh
Size: 182 acres.

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Where: Twanoh State Park is between mileposts 12 and 13 on State 106, about 7 miles east of Union Country Store.
Description: On warm summer days, Twanoh State Park is jammed with swimmers and campers.