Completed Projects - Parks F-K
In January 2008 Washington State Parks completed the land-use plan for Fort Flagler State Park.
Fort Worden pier and boat launch
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is planning improvements to the Fort Worden State Park marine area, including replacement of the existing pier and boat launch as well as upland improvements to pedestrian and vehicle circulation and parking. The proposed improvements aim to enhance recreational use, provide safer access, reduce maintenance costs and restore nearshore habitat and processes.
Fort Worden Part I
Washington State Parks has completed Part 1 of a two-part, long-range planning effort for Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend.
Fort Worden Part II
In September 2008 Washington State Parks completed Part II of its long-range planning effort for Fort Worden State Park. The effort culminated with Commission adoption of three planning documents: Fort Worden Site and Facilities Use and Development Plan Fort Worden Business and Operations Implementation Plan Fort Worden Guidelines for Rehabilitation
Fudge Point Planning
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (WSPRC) is beginning a planning process for the Fudge Point property located on Harstine Island in Mason County. The property is 136 acres in size, and could be developed for public access.
Green River Gorge
September 17, 1997 the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission approved a management plan.
In November 2008 Washington State Parks completed a he land-use plan for Hoko River State Park.
Hope Island - Mason County
On September 17, 1997 The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission approved a management plan for Hope Island State Park in Mason County.
In November 2010 Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission approved the land-use plan for Klickitat Trail State Park. as adopted in November 2010.
Klickitat State Park Trail Long Term Boundary
This planning action is to modify the Klickitat State Park Trail Long Term Boundary (LTB) to include the surrounding slopes adjacent to the trail between the town of Klickitat and Warwick. The goal is to look at options and funding if willing landowners would like to talk more.
Kopachuck Day Use Development
May 2020, the project is currently in the final stages of design and permitting. State Parks is working closely with Pierce County to create a new welcome center and a multi-purpose day-use building that will be suitable to accommodate a wide range of events including weddings, school groups, and community gatherings. In addition, there will be a new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant picnic area, amphitheater and play area located adjacent to these buildings. New infrastructure including water, sewer, and storm water management systems will support these features.
Kopachuck Master Plan
In 2014 Kopachuck State Park underwent a master planning process. The park’s campground was closed because of a disease affecting many of the parks’ mature trees. In 2010, the Parks and Recreation Commission approved a long-term plan for the park, but with the campground closure, it is now out of date. The Commission developed a new master plan based on the land classifications adopted as part of the 2010 planning process, updating the park plan to be in alignment with the park’s current status as a day-use operation. The master plan and agenda item was approved at the July 2014 Commission meeting.
In December 2012, State Parks adopted a master plan for the Kukutali Preserve.