Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

Boyd Creek

Boyd Creek Interpretive Trail primary viewing focus is on fish - specifically salmon and steelhead. Chinook Salmon arrive late summer and fall, coho salmon arrive fall and mid-winter, and steelhead arrive late winter to early spring.

Boyd Creek Interpretive trail is fully accessible for wheelchairs. The trail begins on a hardened path for the first 50 yards. A wooden boardwalk continues for another 50 yards to the end. Interpretive signs provide a wealth of information on salmon and their habitat.


From Scenic Byway State Hwy. 542, take Forest Rd. # 37 3 1/2 miles to the site.