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.
Hoodsport Timberland Library is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media