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Established to protect, maintain and enhance Bridle Trails State Park
To preserve, maintain and enhance Bridle Trails State Park - Now and in the Future
We are committed to keeping Bridle Trails State Park a vibrant and important part of the State Park system. We work closely with Washington State Parks to enhance the use and visibility of this wonderful public resource.
Bridle Trails Park Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 which raises money to protect Bridle Trails State Park. We also work closely with the Washington Parks Ranger and the agency to promote proper use and enhancement of this public facility.
This is a 486-acre oasis of greenery in the middle of suburbia. After the land was stolen from the Native Americans way back when, the land was used by the State as part of the Department of Natural Resources, and was logged periodically to help pay for public schools. In the 1930s, the citizens lobbied the legislature to turn the land over to the State Parks system.
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created April 11, 2013
updated April 14, 2013