Olympia Waterfronts 10k Walk

The Deschutes River estuary was dammed in 1951 to create Capitol Lake. In addition to the basic 5/10k walk along the lovely Olympia waterfronts, add-ons paralleling the bays, Capitol Lake, and the Deschutes River and through Priest Point Park and Garfield Nature Trail offer distance and difficulty for walkers who want to build their strength and endurance while, at the same time, experiencing the scenic beauty of the distant Olympic mountains, old growth forests, our State Capitol - all in one continuous walk.


Bayview Thriftway Store
516 W. 4th Ave
Olympia, WA

From I-5 Northbound: Take Exit 105 and follow Port of Olympia signs. Turn LEFT on Plum St and LEFT on State St. which becomes 4th Ave. Bayview is on the right just before the bridge. File cabinet is in the Deli in back on left side of store.

From I-5 Southbound: Take Exit 105B and merge into Plum St. Proceed as above.

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  • Carolyn W.

    Nice walk around the Capitol and Capitol Lake. It was good to have some of the Olympia folks with us.

    October 18, 2012

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