Ongoing - Monarch Sculpture Park - we are hoping to be able to open this in the summer for limited access! Keep checking back for updated info.
Safety Hazards on the trail: Please contact the maintenance departments indicated here to report safety hazards.
March 28 Opening day for Trails. Put those shoes on, grab the kids and dog and get out on the trails. The trails are for your enjoyment!!!
May 7 - Urban Onion - Olympia. Join WTGA for our annual meeting 6-8pm. All volunteers and interested parties are invited.
June 6 - National Trails Day
Sunny Sunny Sunny days are ahead as we continue our summer. Get our and enjoy the trails. The bridges over Pacific Avenue are open and ready for use.
A trail is like a potato chip! I've never eaten just one.. Once a trail has gone in, people want to know, "How come we don't have more?" Jerry Rampelt - Exec Director of the Ohio to Erie Trail Fund. WTGA Board Meeting are held the 1st Thursday of each month at the Urban Onion in Olympia. We start at 6 pm and try to be finished by 8 pm. All volunteers are welcome. Join us and help us shape the future trails!
2015 dates for board meetings:
April 2, 2015 May 7, 2015 WTGA's annual meeting @ the Urban Onion. Want to attend.. email us at email@example.com and let us know to expect you. June 4, 2015 July 2, 2015 August 6, 2015
The mission the Woodland Trail Greenway Association is to advocate for and partner in the development of a publicly-owned multiuse trail and greenway from Pioneer Park to McAlister Springs, linking the cities of Lacey, Olympia and Tumwater in Washington State.
We further advocate the development of other non-motorized connections, recognizing that it will be part of an interconnected system of trails, sidewalks, bike lanes, low volume streets, and transit in Thurston County Washington.
Please contact the Woodland Trail Greenway Association for more information:
More info is available on our Facebook page, Woodland Trail Greenway Association
Dear Friends: USE THE TRAIL!!! It's the best way to show that the residents of Thurston County WANTS these trails developed!