Park Improvement Project grants are awarded to 20 State Parks

Through the generosity of our donors Washington State Parks Foundation provides awards to 20 state parks that requested support in 2018. Tap on photos below to learn about some recent grants and note the list for parks that will be improved for your visits next summer.

Mt St Helens Visitor Center
$2,500 for the purchase of a new public viewing scope
Lime Kiln Point
$2,500 for historic restoration of the water tower
Ocean City
$2,500 for murals and facilities beautification project.
Brooks Memorial
$2,300 to upgrade the frisbee golf course.
Conconully
$2,500 for historic cabin restoration
Olmstead Place Historical State Park
$2,500 to purchase and install drinking foundation that is compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act

  • Conconully – Interpretive Cabin Restoration: $2500
  • Deception Pass – play ground slide replacement: $2500
  • Ft Flagler – Interpretive Trail: $2500
  • Goldendale Observatory – Upgrade Dome opening mechanism: $1,900
  • Ike Kinswa – Animal Tracks interpretation: $900
  • Lake Chelan and 25 mile Creek – Park entrance Improvements: $2,500
  • Lake Wenatchee – Beach Path Interpretive Panel: $1,200
  • Matilda Jackson – Park Entrance Improvement” $2,000
  • Miller Pennisula Park Property – Parking area & entrance improvements: $1050
  • Riverside – Trail markers: $2500
  • Brooks Memorial – Disc Golf upgrade: $2300
  • Grayland – Recycling program:  $2500
  • Larrabee – Cyrus Gates Interp panel:   $2200
  • Lime Kiln Point – Historic Water Tower Restoration:  $2500
  • Mt St Helens Visitor Center – Public Viewing Scopes: $2000
  • Ocean City – Artists Murals: $2000
  • Olmstead – ADA Drinking Fountain: $2500
  • Seaquest – Deck and Rail Improvements for Campsites: $1950
  • Steamboat – Flag pole replacement: $2500
  • Steptoe Butte- Public Viewing Scope: $2500