Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Service Trail
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A nearby 700 acre wildlife refuge with walking and hiking trails, a visitor center, bird and whale watching, and a ton of beautiful nature!
Located on the Nisqually River Delta in Southern Puget Sound, this refuge consists of three thousand acres of salt and freshwater marshes, grasslands and mixed forest habitats that provide a resting and nesting area for a wide variety of migratory birds. Great walk and the kids will like it too.
Great 5 mile walk in the bird refuge. Scenic, peaceful and a great place to watch birds.
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“This is a large but quiet park about 5 min drive away with an amazing fun walk down to the beach. Kids will run on ahead through the ferns and tall fir trees. You can easily imagine pixies and fairies wandering about and I am sure I have seen a hobbit or too running ahead on the long winding downhill path to the beach. Once on the beach you can find little sand crabs, driftwood, and occasionally sea shells. These paths are not for the intrepid as it is fun to get to the beach but can be a long walk back up the hill to the parking lot. Make sure you go to the bathroom and pack all your stuff you won't want to walk back up for some small item you forgot in the car. The park also has a great playground and picnic area where you can smell the flowers in bloom and play frisbee in the big open field. This park is not as visited so often you will almost have it to yourself which i love. ”
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“Our nearest ski area is only about 70 minutes drive away at Snoqualmie Summit. They actually have about 4 ski areas in one- experts will love Alpental ski hill. Its steep, its deep and world class skiing. The other 3 areas are more green and blue run friendly plus they have a XC Ski area. daily Ski busses do run there from various companies”
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“A nationally recognized wolf sanctuary that focuses on wildlife rehabilitation and management, as well as wolf conservation.”
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“It's really close by and the beach is nice. There's also a nice 2 mile hiking trail in the woods. However, you need Discover Pass for parking or pay $10 for the day.”
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“3 miles of walking trails in lush forest, ending at an old train trestle which now serves as seal, bird & bat habitat. Bring binoculars of you have them! WA Discover Pass required to park & unfortunately you cannot pay for a pass on site. Alternatively, park at the Chehalis Western Trail parking lot for free & walk down the road to the Conservation Area. ”
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