National Trails Day at Point Defiance

On June 7, 2014, outdoor enthusiasts across the country will celebrate the 22nd annual National Trails Day®, a long-standing celebration of America’s magnificent trail system.

More than 2,000 events will take place around the country. Volunteers are needed at Point Defiance Park to help improve our trails, clean up after winter storms, and ready the paths for vigorous summer use.

Point Defiance Park volunteers will help with trail maintenance to increase safety and accessibility, including path repair and maintenance, vegetation pruning, removal of accumulated brush piles and downed limbs. All ages and abilities are welcome.

Tools, equipment, snacks, water and materials will be provided. Volunteers are encouraged to carpool, dress appropriately for the weather, and bring their enthusiasm, smiles and energy!

Saturday, June 7, 2014
9 am - Noon

  • National Trails Day Event at Point Defiance Volunteers will be performing trail maintenance to increase trail safety and accessibility. Help groom trails and restore the park, then go play! Point Defiance Park, 5400 N. Pearl St. (map) We ask that groups of 3 or more register in advance so we can properly plan for the day.
  • How to Participate: Individuals should meet at Owen Beach at 9am. Get More Details or Register by contacting Richard Madison at or (253) 202-5978.


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