Urns Through Time


Brown Creek Campground

Follow US Hwy 101 six miles north of Shelton. Turn left onto the Skokomish Valley Road and continue about 5 miles to FS Road # 23. Turn right and drive less than a mile to the South Fork Skokomish River Bridge. Cross the bridge and make a sharp right onto FS Road #2340 which takes you into the Brown Creek Campround. The US Forest Service out of the Hood Canal Ranger District maintains it.

The campground is located along the shore of the South Fork of the Skokomish River at the confluence with Brown Creek. There are 22 campsites starting out along the river and then looping up into the forest of evergreen conifers and hardwoods, several are wheelchair accessible sites. Well water is available as are vault toilets. There is a day use area with parking in a lovely riparian zone.

Within the campground the Brown Creek Nature Loop Trail surrounds wetlands with beautiful views of a beaver pond with sleek reeds and grasses, water lilies and mossy tufts. The Lower South Fork Skokomish Trail is off of FS Road 2353 near LeBar Horse Camp, about ¾ mile left after the bridge.

Forest Service Infomation for Brown Creek Campground