This is a 3 walk weekend in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties headquartered from the Grayland Community Hall. All events are map only. There are no trail markings on most walks.
Grayland Cranberry Bogs:
Walk either 5k or 10k starting at the Grayland Community Hall on road shoulders along side cranberry bogs through the countryside of Grayland.
Grayland Beach Walk:
You'll walk either 5k or 10k from the Grayland Community Hall in a different direction along some cranberry bogs then out to the beach, where you can enjoy the Pacific Ocean.
Raymond Town Walk:
Walk either 6k or 10k along the Willapa Hills Trail and through the town of Raymond with it's many eclectic metal sculptures and the Northwest Carriage Museum with the carriage from "Gone With the Wind". This walk is 27 miles from Grayland. Remote Start available for those who would like to walk this route on the way to Grayland. Book stamping options available if you want to do this on your way home.
Events and Festivities:Celebrate 30 Years with ESVA:Cake will be available after you walk
Potluck 6pm Saturday: Bring something for the potluck to be held at the Hall on Saturday evening at 6pm. There is a full kitchen at the Hall including refrigerators, stove and microwave for those who wish to use these to store or heat up food. Bingo and prizes following dinner.
Send a signed waiver for each participant. The waiver can be found on this website under the "For Clubs" section and "ESVA Forms". It's at the bottom of the page and is called "Start Card". If you want the IVV credit stamp, include $3 with the start card. Send to:
12626 129th St E
Puyallup, WA 98374
Directions to Grayland:
Grayland Community Hall
2071 Cranberry Rd
I-5: Exit #104. US 101 toward Aberdeen. US101 becomes SR8 then US12. In Aberdeen follow signs to SR105 to Westport/Grayland. In Grayland, left on Grange Road. Grayland Hall on right.
Visit http://westportwa.com/business/motel.html for information about accommodations in the area.
More information about this event (http://www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com/return-to-grayland----bogs-beaches-towns--trails.html)