News: Members to vote on grants

Our Park Improvement Project program is designed to meet real needs in our state parks that are often too small to get attention through other means. 

These grants are available to all Washington State Parks on an annual basis and right now we are busy curating projects to share with our members who will vote to help select 2017 grantees. 

We need you to help us! Be sure to become a member or renew membership by May 10th so you can help select and fund the next round.

You can tap on photos below to see recent grantees and get inspired to do your part to help your state parks!

Lewis and Clark Trail
$2,100 to add new tipi campsites
Events across the state
$5,000 for a generator and equipment trailer that supports arts in the parks performances and outdoor events.
Birch Bay
$2,500 to complete new playground's swing set, slides and ADA access ramp.
Deception Pass
$1,000 to replace picnic table boards at campgrounds and day use areas.
Riverside
$2,500 for trail signage and bulletin boards to inform visitors along the Aubrey L. White Parkway Trail.
South Whidbey
$2,500 to map and provide signage on the Whilbert Trail.
Sun Lakes Dry Falls
$12,000 for a new 125-seat amphitheater with a place for presentations and programming.
Fort Flagler
$2,500 for to improve the trails, boardwalk and create signage.
Ike Kinswa
$1,250 to provide this park with a dedicated intern who specializes in interpretive programming for visitors.
Lake Sammamish
$2,500 to map and create signage for the trail network.  
Columbia Hills
$2,500 to create interpretive panels for the Dalles Mountain Ranch Trail.
Cama Beach
$2,500 to update and rebuild toy boat workstations and mobile trailer.  
Fort Casey
$2,500 to develop Historic Replica Drain Covers for gun batteries.
Steamboat Rock
$2,500 to complete the dock ramp at the Osborn Bay campground's boat launch.  
Riverside
$2,500 for trail signage for the Camp Seven Mile Reservation.