Green Diamond Resource Company’s working forests in Western Washington create clean air, protect water quality and are home to abundant fish and wildlife. Many of these lands offer excellent recreation opportunities for local and regional visitors.
As our region grows, we understand that some seek to enjoy a solitary recreational experience while still being in easy driving distance to population centers. A new Recreation Access Permit program starting January 1, 2014 will be implemented on nearly 24,000 acres of Green Diamond’s private working forest lands in the Cloquallum/Goldsborough areas of Mason County, Washington. A limited number of permits will be sold, ensuring a high quality recreational experience for permit holders.
Only six access points will exist. From those points, individuals and families with permits can access miles of remote roads, creeks, wetlands and other water bodies, including Cloquallum and Goldsborough Creeks, Stump Lake and other locations. Throughout the area, you’ll see lush trees and ferns, sparkling water, soaring birds of prey, shy deer and grouse, a broad range of unforgettable scenes. Whether hunting or fishing, taking a walk or a drive, camping or picnicking, your Recreational Access Permit affords a unique and exclusive experience.
Motorized permits for individuals or families cost $250; non-motorized family permits are $125 and non-motorized individual permits are $75. Permits are good from January 1 to December 31, 2014.
For more details and to answer many detailed questions, please see our "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
REWARD available for information about criminal activity on Green Diamond land. Learn more about the program under the "REWARDS PROGRAM" information on the FAQ page.