The Maple Hollow Trail in Maple Hollow Park, WA, is an easy 1.1 mile out-and-back hike down to the water and a great view of Mt. Rainier.
Along the trail are massive old evergreen trees and even gigantic stumps of trees that were cut down decades ago. The forest is full of ferns, at least 3 feet high in the Summer and early Fall. This trail is one of the best hiking trails near Lakebay, Washington.
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