What are your thoughts, comments, and visions for a new trailhead and rest stop on the Chehalis Western Trail at Monarch Sculpture Park?
Join an interactive design process to create a unique rest stop that meets the needs of trail users while embracing the interplay of art and nature that is Monarch Sculpture Park. What would you like to see at this trailhead that would enhance your trail experience?
This location fills a critical void between existing trailhead facilities. The Rainier trailhead is 5 miles southeast; the Tenino trailhead is 9 miles SW. Without this rest stop, there would be 17 miles between trailhead facilities for travel from Lacey to Tenino. Monarch Sculpture Park provides a destination that inspires urban cyclists to travel a bit farther south and enjoy rural Thurston County. Help the Woodland Trail Greenway Association envision the park’s future.
December 7, 2013 Noon-1 PM and 2-3 PM (before and after the Ground Breaking Ceremony for the Pacific Avenue bridge) @ the intersection of the Woodland Trail and the Chehalis Western Trail, 3811 Pacific Avenue SE, Lacey, WA
December 19, 2013 – 6-8 pm @ Olympia Center Rm 103 222 Columbia St. NW,
January 9, 2014 – 6-8 pm @ Olympia Center Rm 103 222 Columbia St. NW,
January 11, 2014 – 1-3 PM @ Monarch Sculpture Center 8431 Waldrick Road SE, between Old Highway 99 and Military Road, South of Olympia, WA