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Guided Native Plant Hike at Kopachuck State Park

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  • Kopachuck State Park

    10712 56th Street Northwest, Gig Harbor, WA (map)

    47.308109 -122.680710

  • Date: Tuesday, December 20, 2016
    Title/Location: Kopachuck State Park,[masked]th St NW, Gig Harbor
    Hike Leader: Cyndy Dillon Contact Information: [masked], cell[masked]
    Departure Time: 1pm Estimated Return Time: 3pm
    Departure location: Kopachuck parking area Number of people: unlimited, please RSVP
    Hike Description: Kopachuck State Park is a 109-acre marine park with 5,600-feet of saltwater shoreline on Henderson Bay. One portion of the park, Cutts Island (Deadman's Island) is a half mile from shore and reachable only by boat. The park provides scenic views of sunsets, the Olympic Mountains, and Puget Sound. We will wander part of the 2 miles of trails, observing native plants and mosses and may also stroll on the beach.
    Any special requirements: Discover Pass required; day or year passes can be purchased at the park. Trails may be muddy. Please RSVP to [masked] in case we need to cancel. Water and cookies will be provided.
    Directions: From I-5 take Route 16 west across the Narrows Bridge. Take the 3rd exit Wollochet/City Center and continue about a mile down the hill on Stinson Dr. Turn left at the stop sign onto Rosedale Dr. Go 3 miles and turn left on Ray Nash Drive. Continue 3 miles straight by Island View Market as the road becomes Kopachuck Dr , crossing the bridge and climbing the hill. Turn right into the park on 56th St NW (opposite the schools) and then right in about ½ mile into the parking area. Brown park signs will show the way.

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  • Jen B.

    Is it ok to bring kids on this hike?

    2 days ago

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    I am the chapter chairperson of the South Sound Chapter. I lead periodic field trips and work... more

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    Retired after 20 years in the Navy working electronics. Would love to get back to nature... more

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