At just 0.7 acres, Centennial Viewpoint Park mainly serves as a viewpoint overlooking Auburn. The view south extends well past all the way to Mount Rainier. For many years, the location was more of a gravel pull-out until it was developed into a park in 1991. It was built by the Auburn Rotary Club during Auburn's Centennial year celebration.
Dash Point State Park is set on the Puget Sound in Western Washington and is a popular destination for water recreation. This 461-acre camping park features 3,301 feet of saltwater shoreline. The beach provides unobstructed views of Puget Sound and opportunities for sea-life study.
Inspirational setting, cozy quarters at Dumas Bay Centre A spectacular natural setting, comfortable accommodations, home-cooked meals and reasonable rates make Dumas Bay Centre, located in Federal Way, Washington, a favorite meeting and special events venue.
Federal Hill Park is a 10.3 acres park located in Baltimore, Maryland on the south shore of the Inner Harbor. The park is a signature Baltimore landmark and offers visitors some of the most noted views in the city often photographed looking north to the downtown skyline of skyscrapers across the Inner Harbor (formerly known as "The Basin") of the Northwest Branch of the Patapsco River / Baltimore Harbor.
A little history, a little wildlife, a little botany -- it's all here in this quiet little wetland right off a main road in Federal Way. The unassuming parking area for West Hylebos Wetlands is a gateway to a surprisingly rich, diverse, and lush wetland. Walk down the wide graveled path past two restored cabins, the Denny and Barker cabins.
Julia's Gulch takes its name from Julia Staney Hughes, a Puyallup-Klickitat tribal member who once lived on a float house below the Gulch. In 2007 the Port of Tacoma, the City of Tacoma and Schnitzer Steel bought the land from Woodworth & Company and implemented a stewardship agreement with the Cascade Land Conservancy (now called ForTerra).
Although Lake Geneva Park has an Auburn address, the park is in unincorporated King County, closer to Federal Way or Edgewood. Because this park is well hidden off the beaten path, you could easily find yourself alone here for long periods of time. The park location is prime, right on the lake where a nice second growth forest towers above.
Marvista Elementary School has 640 children. The public schools in Normandy Park are part of Highline School District. Tukwila School District is nearby and is rated worse than Highline School District. Nearby Federal Way School District scores lower, with a rating of 3. The population of Normandy Park is 6,215.
The Neely Mansion Association's mission is to restore and maintain the Neely Mansion as an historic house that actively interprets for the public the rich agricultural, pioneer, and ethnic heritage of the Mansion, its families and its surroundings in the Green River Valley.
Home to one of the largest collections of species rhododendrons in the world, the garden displays over 700 of the more than 1,000 species found in the wilds of North America, Europe, and Asia, as well as the tropical regions of southeast Asia and northern Australia.
Discover the laid-back pace and easy style of lakeside living at Surprise Lake Village. Tucked into 16 acres of woods and lush green space, our apartments and townhomes for rent in Milton, Washington, each feature a chef-inspired kitchen, cozy fireplace, and beautiful wood-style flooring.
About West Hylebos Wetlands Park The West Hylebos Wetlands Parks features a large trail network through 120 acres of unique old growth forest and wetlands in the heart of Federal Way. These wetlands are equal parts wildlife refuge, ecological and hydrological conservatory, nature trail, and pure natural wonder.
Every scholar received a Woodmont t-shirt and a pencil when their class met this goal. Not only has every classroom met this goal, but eight classrooms have met this goal twice! Our second graders have the best overall attendance in the entire school, with our fifth graders coming in a close second.