Sinlahekin Wildlife Area
The Sinlahekin Wildlife Area is located within the Sinlahekin Valley.
It offers a variety of fishing and recreational opportunities thanks to natural
lakes, ponds, and man-made impoundments.
Photo by Justin Haug
This remarkable 14,000-acre natural area includes riparian, grasslands, shrub-steppe, pine forest, rock cliffs, streams and lakes.
Year-round: Diverse habitats, vast array of flowering plants, numerous reptiles and amphibians, hawks, eagles, white-tailed deer and diversity of other wildlife.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Lands. From HWY 97, at milepost 304.6 turn west onto South Pine Creek Rd. Proceed west about 6 miles where road enters Sinlahekin Wildlife Area.
Watch wildlife from any of the 6 viewing blinds; investigate wildlife habitats one step at a time via 11-mile nature trail, or fish the lakes.