Whether you prefer to hunt in wetlands for waterfowl, or in forest land for big game, there is something for you in Grays Harbor County.
For waterfowl hunters, freshwater wetlands dot the southeastern part of the county, while the expanse of Grays Harbor proper dominates the southwestern side of the county. For big game or small game hunters, many miles of forest land occupy the rolling hills, providing habitat suitable for elk, deer, bear, and many other species. Follow the “Hunting Grays Harbor!” driving route to hit some of our favorite hunting areas in Grays Harbor County, Washington.
Be sure to check the current Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife regulations for season dates, special hunts or closures. Whether hunting on public lands or private lands, follow all current hunting rules and regulations.
DAY 1 EASTERN GRAYS HARBOR
Eastern Grays Harbor County is prime hunting for waterfowl in the lowlands and big game in the foothills.
There is excellent waterfowl hunting in the broad Chehalis Valley. The Chehalis River has nearly reached it’s destination at the Pacific as it flows through Grays Harbor County. The river is slower and wider here as it meanders through the wide flat floodplain….[more]