Pack Forest


Pack Forest is a 4,270 acre working forest near Eatonville, WA.  The forest was established in the 1930s, and has served as a field station for University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences.  Pack Forest offers several high quality teaching areas including old growth forests, river ecosystems, and managed forests.  Pack Forest has been a field research site for many years.  This attribute offers the potential to engage students with scientists and authentic research being conducted at Pack Forest.


Pack Forest contains 56,000 ft2 of buildings designed to house up to 136 people. The rustic dining lodge, cabins, indoor meeting spaces, and classrooms provide a comfortable setting for students.


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