Fire restrictions in place on WDFW lands
The arrival of hot, dry weather, combined with drought conditions, has prompted the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to restrict fires and other activities effective immediately on agency-managed lands in eastern Washington. Learn more >>
The Tarboo unit lies 4.5 miles northeast of Quilcene at the top of Tarboo Bay. It was acquired to protect high quality stream and riparian habitat for salmon and wildlife and to protect the Tarboo-Dabob Bay’s water quality. It includes both conifer and deciduous forests and supports protected species such as bald eagle, northern spotted owl and marbled murrelet.
Birds of Prey
How to Get Here
Map and Driving Directions
Access Site #1
Driving Directions This area is located at the mouth of Tarboo creek. There is no established parking area or facilities. Use the online mapping feature available on the WDFW web site to locate.
For the adventurer this location offers access to mature forest, riparian habitat, and Tarboo bay. Birding should be excellent here on incoming tides.
No overnight camping or parking.
A Discover Pass or WDFW Vehicle Access Pass
is required on all WDFW lands. Learn more at DiscoverPass.wa.gov