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Points of Interest Washington State Invests in Our Great Outdoors
Washington State's new capital and operating budgets will invest more than $55 million across the Greenway landscape over the next two years, including popular locations like Tiger Mountain, the Middle Fork Valley, and Iron Horse State Park.
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Points of Interest Stories from the Trek: Making Connections
The 25th Anniversary Greenway Trek was an adventure not soon to be forgotten. Participant Dale Hoff recounts highlights from the 25th Anniversary Greenway Trek.
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Points of Interest Tales from the Trail: Repairing Waptus River Trail
In June, the Greenway Trust and Back Country Horsemen of Washington joined forces with the U.S. Forest Service to help maintain the Waptus River Trail, a beautiful hiker- and horse-friendly trail on the east side of the Greenway
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Points of Interest New beach house graces shore of Lake Sammamish
Beach goers can now enjoy a beautiful new beach house at Sunset Beach, as part of a multi-year effort to improve Lake Sammamish State Park. The sustainably-crafted beach house is built with unique solar panels, rainwater collectors, planted rooftop, and siding of reclaimed redwood delineating spaces for community events, bathrooms, showers and changing rooms.
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Points of Interest Welcoming our new Executive Director
We are excited to announce that Jon Hoekstra has joined the Greenway Trust as Executive Director. And his first order of business is to designate the Greenway as a National Heritage Area.
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Points of Interest Seattle Arboretum
Rent a kayak or a canoe and paddle the sloughs of the Arboretum and the shore of the Union Bay Natural Area. Watch ducks and geese choose nesting sites in the spring, herons hunt, and hawks and songbirds fly overhead. Circle a beaver's house, and stop for lunch under towering trees.
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Outdoor Recreation Boeing Creek/Shoreview Park
Shoreview Park features a baseball field with bleachers, side-by-side dirt soccer fields, six tennis courts, a playground, restrooms and even an off-leash area. It has plenty of parking and a beautiful view of the Olympic Mountains, and is less than 1mile from SCC. Down a wooded trail is Hidden Lake and neighboring Boeing Creek Park. A brisk walk from Shoreline Community College is Boeing Creek Park, where students, faculty or any nature enthusiasts may wander on paved trails and enjoy some peace and quiet. The park's name is a little deceiving as the namesake creek is a mere trickle, but Hidden Lake is only a half-mile walk away. Part of a Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary, Boeing Creek Park has a few picnic tables and a wide variety of trees. Both the park and the Stormwater Detention Facility were dedicated in November, 2008. Features include: • Playgrounds • Restrooms • Baseball & softball fields • Soccer field • Tennis courts • Wooded natural area with trails • Creek and lake access (no lifeguard on duty) • Picnic tables & benches • Cascading water feature
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Outdoor Recreation Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park is a 40-acre park located in the west portion of Shoreline in the Richmond Beach neighborhood. Bordered by the Puget Sound, the park provides direct public access to the saltwater shoreline. The park provides views of Puget Sound and is widely used by the community for such activities as strolls on the beach, enjoying the views, City-sponsored concerts and family picnics. Features include: • Puget Sound beach and water access • Trails • Picnic Shelters • Restrooms • Playground • Public Art
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Outdoor Recreation Hamlin Park
Tucked away in the suburban blandscape of Shoreline is forested Hamlin Park, located on 15 Ave NE and 160th Street. Deep in the heart of the park's woods, for a few moments at least, one can imagine being deep in the heart of the Cascades. Fresh gravel and treadwork on the trails shows that the City Of Shoreline is taking a renewed interest in their mini backyard wilderness. Hamlin Park is a facility in Shoreline open to the public, complete with a softball field, baseball field, playground, covered picnic area and walking trails. Hamlin Park also offers a public restroom facility and plenty of open space. Features include: • Wooded natural area with trails • Baseball and t-ball fields • Picnic Shelter • Restrooms • Playground • Public Art
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Points of Interest Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
The Kruckeberg Botanic Garden is a public garden containing a unique blend of Pacific Northwest native plants and unusual exotics in a naturalistic, wooded setting. Located in Shoreline, the Garden was founded in 1958 by Dr. Arthur Kruckeberg and his wife Mareen, who amassed the plant collection over 50 years in the property surrounding their home.
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Volunteer Opportunities Gallagher Hill Open Space
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Volunteer Opportunities Upper Luther Burbank Park
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Volunteer Opportunities Squak Mountain
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Volunteer Opportunities Squak Mountain
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Volunteer Opportunities Snoqualmie River at Fall City
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Washington State Invests in Our Great Outdoors

Jul 30, 2015

Washington State's new capital and operating budgets will invest more than $55 million across the Greenway landscape over the next two years, including popular locations like Tiger Mountain, the Middle Fork Valley, and Iron Horse State Park.

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You don't have to go far to get out in the Greenway. Hiking, biking, horseback riding, boating, climbing, hunting, fishing, camping, wildlife watching, skiing and much more are in our backyard!

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