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Hoodsport's visitor information aids the traveler in trip planning by providing the necessary information such as web sites, the closet ranger station in the Olympic National Forest and where to find the library. Be sure to stop by the visitor's center for information about Hoodsport.
Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce. 215 W Railroad Avenue, PO Box 2389, Shelton, Hoodsport, WA 98584. Phone: 360-426-2021; Toll-free: 1-800-576-2021; Fax: 360-426-8678.
Hoodsport Timberland Library. 40 N. Schoolhouse Hill Road, Hoodsport, WA 98548. Phone: 360-877-9339.
Olympic National Forest. Hood Canal Ranger Station: 295142 Highway 101 S, PO Box 280, Quilcene, WA 98376. Phone: 360-765 2200; TDD: 360-765 2200.
Hoodsport Visitor Information Center. 150 N. Lake Cushman Road, Hoodsport, WA 98548. Phone: 360-877-2021.
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