Since 1990, North Olympic Land Trust has permanently protected over 3,700 acres. This has been accomplished primarily through 89 conservation easements with willing landowner partners. In some instances, North Olympic Land Trust will purchase lands. Land Trust-owned properties that are easily accessible by the public are listed below.
Conservation Areas are open during COVID-19. Please read and follow these important guidelines for Trail Users.
74-acre property along the Pysht River in western Clallam County is open to the public for daytime, passive recreational activities such as bird watching, picnicking and fishing. Dogs allowed on leash.
255-acre property, ideal for passive daytime recreation, such as hiking, biking, and horseback riding. A former logging road now serves as a beautiful riverside trail, providing over 3 miles of pathways for visitors round trip. Dogs allowed on leash.
280-acre property just east of the Lyre River on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Just 20 miles west of Port Angeles, it is an ideal spot for non-motorized daytime activities like bird and wildlife viewing, surfing, picnicking, fishing and beach walking. Dogs allowed on leash.