Parks volunteers come in all ages. They work from Pinnacle Peak in Enumclaw to Chinook Bend in Carnation and everywhere in between. They build trails on Cougar Mountain and pick up litter along Soos Creek Trail. They remove invasive weeds at Marymoor Park and plant native vegetation at White Center Heights Park. King County Parks volunteers show up and work hard – no matter the size of the project or the severity of the weather.
Thank you, volunteers. You’ve helped make King County Parks’ 180-plus parks, 175 miles of regional trails and 25,000 acres of natural lands stand out as among the very best in the nation. We look forward to seeing you out in a park, along a trail or in the field in 2010!
To learn more about volunteering, visit www.kingcountyparks.com