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Hoodsport Timberland Library

North 40 Schoolhouse Hill Road

The Hoodsport Library opened September 19, 1989, in a store-front leased space. Because of the need for a larger facility, TRL purchased 1.7 acres in Hoodsport for a library site.

An idea which began as a grassroots effort by library supporters and community members grew into a media event when the old North Mason library in Belfair was moved by barge to Hoodsport in October 1996. The building re-opened as the Hoodsport Library on March 22, 1997. The view from the library deck is Hood Canal.

The Hoodsport Library has:
-Books, videotapes, DVDs, CDs, audio cassettes, newspapers and magazines for readers and library users of all ages.
-Programs and events for children and adults.
-Computers with access to the Internet, Microsoft Office, and online reference databases. One-hour computer sessions can be reserved using the online booking system or by calling the library.
-Free wireless Internet access in the library during regular open hours.
-A public meeting room that can be reserved for community meetings and programs by calling the library.


Brennie Mahoney

Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018
Rather small library, but the staff was nice, place was clean, and quiet.

Heidi Albright

Sunday, July 22, 2018
Local Library always a good thing to have around!

Austin B. Randall

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017
The staff is always more than helpful and very knowledgeable. Although the library is small, they have a decent selection and you can special order books, movies, etc. from their library system. My only minor complaint would be the odd hours, but definitely understandable for such a small community.

Michael Stark

Thursday, March 15, 2018
Another awesome Library

Michael Williams

Friday, July 27, 2018

Hoodsport Timberland Library is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media