The relatively flat and often muddy 23,000 acre Tahuya State Forest has 42mi of multi-use trails.
Ding: The mix of muddy potholes and extensive equestrian use may be too much for some riders and limits the ride season. Typical of most tree farms, you will get lost, so bring a GPS. ORV use is intended to be restricted to the aptly named '4x4' trail. The length of the suggested rides may seem excessive but are suitable for the relatively flat terrain.
The Howell Lake to Twin Lakes loop is most popular ride, with the more adventuresome / pathfinding Mission Creek - Overland loop for those seeking an all day excursion.
The 19mi (2100' ascent) Mission Creek, Overland CCW loop can be extended 6.5mi by riding the 10.5mi (1200' ascent) Overland eastern loop. Tahuya River Trail could also be added to this loop.
Note: Singletrack trails are marked in red on the Area Map. The green trails are wide doubletrack. Blue trails are often doubletrack, but frequently ridden.
DNR has a very nicely detailed map.
1.9 Mile Trail, Deraileur 2 Trail, Howell Lake Trail, Mission Creek Trail, Nucleus Trail, Overland Trail, Rail's Grade Trail, Randy's H2O Stop Trail, Stoffer Trail, Twin Lakes Trail, UB Lost Trail
Beaver Pond Trail, Gold Creek Trail, Gold Creek Trail 830, Hoof and Tail Trail, JBxR Trail, Lower Dungeness Trail 833, Noble Trail, Northwest Passage Trail, Plummer Trail, Lower South Fork Skokomish Trail 873, Raines Grade Trail, Road Apple Trail, Salmon Trail, Sims Trail, Tahuya River Trail, Tin Mine Trail, Tommy Trail, Vista Trail, Wildcat Trail, Wynoochee Lake Shore Trail 878
Belfair State Park Campground, Camp Spillman, Kamenga Canyon CG, Twin Lakes Campground, Tahuya River Horse Camp
Ranking consistently applied to all of the listed trails.