WA Department of Natural Resources Recreation Projects

There are two current WA DNR recreation projects that you can get involved in. Learn more about both projects and how to get involved.
Katherine Hollis Katherine Hollis
November 17, 2015

There are two current recreation projects that you can get involved in: planning for recreation in their northwestern forests and a future 20-mile mountain bike trail system near Darrington.

Planning for recreation in DNR's northwestern forests

DNR is embarking on a new planning project that will guide recreation on DNR-managed lands from the three forks of the Nooksack River to western Lake Whatcom for the next ten to 15 years. The plan will help DNR ensure recreation on DNR-managed lands in the Whatcom County area is fun and sustainable for years to come. 

Bellingham: Tuesday, Jan. 19, 7 to 9 p.m.

Port of Bellingham Cruise Terminal, Dome Room | 355 Harris Ave. Bellingham, WA 98225

 Lyden: Wednesday, Jan. 20, 7 to 9 p.m.

Lynden Community Center | 401 Grover Street Lynden, WA 98264

Future 20-mile mountain bike trail system near Darrington

DNR is developing a 20-mile mountain bike trail system near on North Mountain near Darrington, with trails opening as early as next spring. About an hour from Everett, the future trail system will offer breathtaking views of Whitehorse Mountain and the Stillguamish Valley. Don't wait to share your ideas for the future trails!

 

Visit DNR’s website for more information on their recreation program.


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