Olympia, WA 98512
- 3.6 miles
- Trailhead Elevation:
- 650 feet
- Spring to Winter
The trail to Lena Lake is well maintained and is a moderate grade with long switchbacks. Please stay on the trail. Cutting switchbacks will save only seconds, while the destroyed vegetation will take years to recover. This is a National Recreation Trail and is heavily used during the summer months. Beyond Lower Lena Lake, the trails are much steeper and receive less maintenance.
There are 28 rustic campsites with metal fire rings around the lake.
Trailhead with parking area on each side of the road, trail registers, accessible vault toilet. 28 campsites, fire rings and a composting toilet at Lena Lake.
Forested second growth to old growth forest and beautiful 55-acre lake.
Camping, fishing, family day hike, bird and wildlife watching. Upper Lena Lake is in the Olympic National Park.
Motorized vehicles and stock are prohibited.
Map + Directions
Travel Highway 101 to FS Road #25(Hamma Hamma Recreation Area) 14 miles north of Hoodsport. Turn west on FS Road #25 go for 8 miles to the Lena Lake Trailhead. Road is paved to the Lena Lake Trailhead