We completed 16 park improvement projects to restore and improve parks, campsites, interpretive centers and trails for your visits this summer.
These projects were completed in 2021 and funded by the gifts to the Foundation from donors - people like you - who love parks and want to make parks more welcoming for all.
Blake Island State Park camping is improved with the installation of food lockers at all campsites.
Moran State Park Friends Group gets support for providing “Walks & Talks” nature programs.
Fort Ebey State Park installs new tent pads at campsites.
Belfair State Park replaces and upgrades an amphitheater for ranger and nature programs.
South Whidbey State Park improves trails by replacing deteriorating creosote steps to make your hike safer for you and the local environment.
Field Springs State Park improves trails and adds interpretive signage about native plants.
Fort Worden State installs a viewing scope that is free to use and ADA compliant.
Moran State Park installs interpretive signs along forest trails that are also ADA compliant.
Pearrygin Lake gets a new bench along the Rex Derr trail.
Saltwater State Park installs new shoreline ecology interpretive signage.
Palouse Falls receives support for Naturalist and Junior Rangers Programs.
Alta Lake State Parks upgrades and replaces the horseshoe pits damaged by wildfires.
Sun Lakes Dry Falls Visitor Center
Sun Lakes Dry Falls Visitor Center installs new drinking water bottle filling station.
Blake Island installs new interpretive signage to orient visitors about the mountain views.
Olmstead Place Historic State Park upgrades the Altapes Creek Interpretive Trail with new signage.
Trail Maintenance Tools to Guide the Way in South Whidbey
Supporting the Local Fishing Community at Lewis & Clark Trail
Promoting a Bicycle-Friendly Environment at Fort Worden State Park Visit