HARRY'S RIDGE- In the South Cascades is a 4 mile trail that reveals a beautiful overlook of the Mountain, vast rolling mountains, and hummocks.
Includes: trail, hiking
JOHNSON RIDGE OBSERVATORY- Located up highway 504, Johnson Ridge offers curious mountain seekers to displays of Mount St. Helen's history. They offer award winning films, ranger talks, views if landscape, souvenirs, hikes, and food.
Includes: displays, food, theater, hiking trails, gift shop
MOUNT ST. HELEN'S FOREST LEARNING CENTER- Up Highway 504, mile post mark 33, Mount St. Helen's Forest Learning Center displays interactive exhibits and the recovery of the 1980 eruption. The Forest Learning center gives access to beautiful hiking trails that reveal Mount St. Helen's crater, Spirit Lake, Mount Adams, and Mount Margaret.
Includes: trail, learning center, gift shop, parking
HUMMOCKS TRAIL #229- This 1.2 mile loop trail that follows along hills created by the 1980 Mount St. Helen's eruption.
Includes: trail, wildlife
SCIENCE LEARNING CENTER- is located up Highway 504. The Science Learning Center provides visitors with walking trails, stargazing, and the opportunity to learn about Mount St. Helen's and its surroundings.
Includes: trail, start gazing, science learning center
SEAQUEST STATE PARK- Up Spirit Lake Highway, Seaquest State Park provides visitors with fun outdoor activities. It gives way for hiking, camping, bird watching, and more!
Includes: trail, campsites, day use, restrooms, play areas, volleyball field, amphitheater, bird watching, horseshoes pits, Mt. St. Helen's Visitor Center, yurt rentals