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Spencer Spit State Park, on Lopez Island, is a 138-acre marine and camping park. The park is named for the lagoon-enclosing sand spit on which it rests. There are many sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables, and two miles of hiking trails. The park has a reputation for excellent crabbing, clamming and “car-top boating.” This is one of the few state parks in the San Juan Islands that is accessible by automobile.
Camp Fife has been providing a quality camping experience since 1923. It is located in the heart of the Cascades in Goose Prairie, Washington, just off of Chinook Pass. The area lends itself to day hikes and extended backpack trips. It features a heated swimming pool and a premiere horsemanship program. Camp Fife plays host to Troops, Posts, and Crews from all over the Northwest (including Hawaii) and has established a reputation as one of the Western Region’s finest.
A quick pack up the hill to the lakes and back the next day. Thanks, Mr Brown!
Nathan created an amazing picnic area, gravel pads and custom picnic tables, for the Soos Creek Botanical Garden in Auburn. It took over four different stages to complete and many people lent a hand. Thank you to all that did! Also thanks to Home Depot in Covington for donating lumber and bolts and Palmer Coking Company for donating all the gravel.