What is there to do in Grays Harbor?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you yearn for a quiet life full of nature, consider apartments in Grays Harbor area. In the harbor, the main attractions are outdoor sports that explore the diverse Washington wilderness.


Charter a boat and head out into the Pacific for some tremendous ocean game. Or check out Johns River, one of Washington’s last trophy fisheries where you have a chance at nailing a salmon weighing over forty pounds.

Johns River Wildlife Preserve is also a popular locale for water-fowl and big-game hunting, being home to a variety of ducks and Roosevelt elk. If bear is more your speed, check out the nearby Quinault Indian Reservation, where guided black-bear hunts are available to non-tribe members in the spring and fall.

Kayak the waves of the Pacific in Gray Harbor’s North Beach, or explore the calmer waters of Damon Point State Park and the Oyhut Wildlife Area. Or travel north and experience the serenity and beauty of Lake Quinault.

For more detailed hunting, fishing, and kayaking tours of the Grays Harbor, check out www.visitgraysharbor.com.

Category: City Guides, South of Seattle