We completed an amazing 16 park improvement projects in 2020 so that parks and trails can be ready for your summer visits.
These projects were funded by the donations to the Foundation from donors - people like you - who love parks and want to make good parks great.
Goldendale Observatory upgrades the dome’s opening mechanism.
Lewsi & Clark Trail
Lewis and Clark Trail State Park installs new teepee camping platforms.
Deception Pass State Park’s historic shelter at Rosario gets new picnic tables.
Ike Kinswa State Park guides kids to learn about animals and their tracks.
Lake Wenatchee State Park installs interpretive signs along the beach paths.
Lake Wenatchee State Park gets new volley ball court.
Matilda Jackson Historic State Park gets new entrance.
Miller Peninsula State Park gets a new welcome station and parking area.
Riverside State Park’s Little Spokane Natural Area has new trail signage.
Larrabee State Park installs new Cyrus Gates interpretive signs.
Mount St. Helens Visitor Center
Mount St. Helens Visitor Center installs free viewing scope.
Brooks Memorial State Parks upgrades the disc golf course.
Olmstead Historical State Park
Olmstead Historical State Park installs new drinking water fountain.
Lake Sammamish State Park completes installation of new trail signs and maps.
Steamboat State Park replaces aging flag pole at park entrance.
Park Improvement Project for Bridle Trails State Park
New Bulletin Board and Welcome Station for Bridle Trails State
Park Improvement Project for Lake Sammamish State Park
Engaging with Nature Through Native Plants at Lake Sammamish State
Park Improvement Project for Palouse to Cascades State Park
Boylston Trailhead Repairs at Palouse to Cascades State Park Visit
Park Improvement Project for Lewis and Clark State Park
New Trail Signs for Lewis & Clark State Park Visit
Park Improvement Project for Ebey’s Landing
Replacing Old Pedestrian Bridge at Ebey’s Landing Visit the Park
Park Improvement Project for Sacajawea Historical State Park
Sacajawea Historical State Park Begins Developing a Discovery Center Visit