Hood Canal

Chimacum Creek | Union River | Dosewallips

Hood Canal is a natural, glacier-carved fjord over 60 miles long, which forms the westernmost waterway of the Puget Sound basin. It is situated in Jefferson, Kitsap, and Mason Counties and easily accessible from Highway 101. The watershed is defined by the land and waters within the canal's hydrographic boundary- the drainage basin in which all the water flows to the canal. The system is highly interactive and dependent upon the continuing cycle of clean water and nutrients to sustain its biological character. For information on the ecosystem, salmon recovery planning, and activities in Hood Canal, visit the Hood Canal Coordinating Council (HCCC) website: hccc.wa.gov

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