Port Ludlow Falls Trail

Here is an opportunity for a walk in Port Ludlow if you are visiting and time is limited. A bit of quiet to reflect on things is on hand with a five minute drive from anywhere in the Port Ludlow area.
The Port Ludlow Falls trail is wonderful, protected, short interpretative trail through varied and quite surroundings.  Many signs point to local micro-environments and their plant species on this adventure punctuated by the Ludlow Falls at the halfway mark.   This walk can be the perfect winter afternoon break.
From Highway 104, travel north on Paradise Bay Road west of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge. Travel 5.8 miles to the “Village Center” of Port Ludlow, a private development. Turn left on Breaker Lane (the Kitsap Bank building will be on the left). Drive up the hill about 200 yards to a public parking area on the right, where a small kiosk is visible. Park here and walk back down the hill on pavement, bearing right, on the roadway in front of the Kitsap Bank and continue to the end of a small access road for a low “L” shaped office building. The trailhead is beyond a small parking area. The way to the falls is on the very nicely maintained loop Interpretive Trail of less than ½ mile in length. The falls is about half way around the loop from either direction.


Port LudlowWA
United States
47° 45' 3.8664" N, 120° 44' 24.5004" W
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Port LudlowWA