Our year in review: take a stroll down the 2017 Parks Walk of Fame

Looking back on 2017, King County Parks has had a busy year. Here are ten of our favorite plog posts and accomplishments. Take a stroll down the Parks Walk of Fame:

1) Granite Creek Trailhead opened

Blog post: Skip the crowds at Mailbox and check out the new Granite Creek Trailhead

Granite_Creek2) New Solar Panels at Steve Cox and Marymoor Park

Blog post: Going beyond carbon neutral: new solar panels installed in our parks


3) Teatro Zinzanni began at Marymoor Park 

Blog post: Behind the scenes with Teatro ZinZanni

Teatro_Zinzanni4) Trailhead Direct service began

Blog post: Park. Ride. Hike. Trailhead Direct to your next hike!


5) Water Tower Loop Trail opened

Blog post: Grand Ridge: Water Tower Loop

Water_Tower6) Tiny Trees Outdoor Preschool opened at Cougar Mountain and Big Finn Hill

Blog post: A Day with Tiny Trees Preschool at King County’s Cougar Mountain


7) Lake to Sound Segment B opened 

Blog post: Lake to Sound Grand Opening Ceremony


8) Denny Creek Bridge is refurbished 

Blog post: New Denny Creek Bridge now installed at Big Finn Hill Park South


9) Habitat restoration at Porter Levee Natural Area 

Blog post: Habitat restoration at Porter Levee Natural Area


10) Soos Creek paving makeover

Blog post: Soos Creek Trail Gets a Facelift


We’ve got a good feeling about 2018. See you next year!

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