The Big Beaver Trail is a moderately trafficked out-and-back trail and one of the most attractive places to visit in Washington State. Bordered by the mountains on both sides, the Big Beaver Trail is suitable for canoeing, camping, fishing, and hiking. On top of that, the Big Beaver offers a pleasant view of the surrounding old-growth cedar trees, sparkling streams and lush undergrowth with woodland flowers. The Big Beaver Trail is also an excellent habitat for beavers, and this somehow contributes to the influx of mosquitoes in the area; therefore, you should come prepared. There are no fees required to access this trail. However, people planning to camp overnight are requested to pay a smaller fee. Big Beaver Trail is a friendly place for families with children and dogs on leash. The trail is best used from May until October. Drinking water can be obtained from the nearby streams and lake.
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