Olympic Peninsula: Miller Peninsula State Park, Manzanita Trail

Olympic Peninsula
December 14, 2017 10:00AM


Meet at Fat Smitty’s at 10:00 am.  This hike will explore the newly constructed Manzanita trail and will be approximately 6 miles round trip.  Since the plants
will be dormant we will work on winter twig identification. 

The Miller Peninsula State Park includes over 2,800 acres and is one of the newest state parks in Washington.  It includes 3 miles of shoreline on the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Discovery Bay. The Manzanita Trail was constructed in March of 2017 as a collaboration between Washington’s State Parks, Dungeness River Audubon Center, Forest Service, and Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe.  Most of the labor was done by Sequim youth as a service project. Maps of the state park trail system and a plant list will be provided on request. Contact or 360 385-6432 for signup, carpooling and/or further information.

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