The landscape of the Reserve, with its pattern of field, forest, and shoreline, has a quiet kind of beauty all its own. Part of this beauty lies in the diversity of its land forms, and vegetation. Within the boundaries of the 17,400-acre Reserve there are five distinctive character areas which together comprise the natural landscape. Overlaying each of these are the tangible reminders of man's presence upon the land.
Did You Know?
The town of San de Fuca was platted in the 1880s. Although the town did not survive into the twentieth century, the name did, and several of the seventeen historically significant buildings in the uplands are located in and around the town site.