Step Aboard the World-renowned Forks Logging and Mill Tour

These FREE tours leave the Chamber’s Visitor Information Center each Wednesday morning at 9am and last 2.5-3 hours, May through August (please see our events page for exact dates).

With dedicated local guides who volunteer their time, gain insight and understanding about our forest resource in a relaxed atmosphere. Learn about modern forest practices, the policies that affect our forests and the global impacts of good forest management. Tours are free, but donations are gladly accepted!

More about the Forks Logging and Mill Tour:

Wednesdays May – August

Tour Departs: at 9am from the Forks Visitor Information Center: 1411 S. Forks Avenue.

Reserve a Space: Call (360) 374-2531 or (800) 443-6757. Space is limited so reserve your spot soon!

These tours are sponsored by the Forks Chamber of Commerce and made possible by donations from local businesses and tour participants. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure for registration purposes. Park at the south end of the parking lot.

“Working in the Woods”

Come join us and see what “working in the woods” is really like on this educational and entertaining tour.

• Tours last 2.5 to 3 hours
• Bring a jacket, sneakers or boots only
• No flash photography in mills
• No children under age 8
• Enjoy the BEST guides on the planet!
Download PDF Logging & Mill Tour Flyer

What Visitors are Saying…

On our recent trip to Forks, I went on the logging tour. I very much enjoyed this experience.

The trip on the logging roads was quite breathtaking and even though the day was quite drizzly the views and scenery were most impressive, The tour driver was so very competent that even when we were backing down a strip of very narrow and sharp logging road I felt comfortable and safe. Watching the logs being loaded on the truck was quite an experience and the skill of the machine operator and how he manipulated the trees onto the truck was truly impressive. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and his stories were interesting. I would recommend this tour to anyone who would like a better knowledge of the forest industry in your area.

Many Thanks,

Audrey C., Victoria, BC

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