After eight months of tireless work and mapping over 80 miles, the Park Foundation is close to releasing a trail map of the Park. A huge thank you goes out to Avista and REI for their funding support and for the Riverside staff and Foundation Board for hours of planning and development. The Foundation took on this project to help enable more people to visit the Park. Many non-users reported not knowing the park well enough to make it their go-to place for recreation. The map will enable anyone who wants to explore the park the ability to do so. The first edition of the map will be out in spring of 2020 and will be available at local retailers and at Park Headquarters for $10. If you are interested in donating to this project, please click here. Riverside State Park is the second largest park in Washington with more than 9, 000 acres that includes campgrounds, equestrian area, ORV area, and water access providing a wide variety of recreational opportunities. To learn more about the Foundation visit our website here. To learn more about Riverside State Park, visit Washington State Parks here.
Riverside State Park Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization with a mission and vision to protect the land and maintain safe, sustainable recreation for all. The foundation has supported the park since its incorporation in 2002, playing a critical role in helping fund the needs of Riverside State Park. Join us in supporting and protecting the park for future generations.