Capitol Land Trust and Shellfish Week are excited to present the grand opening of the interpretive trail at Randall Preserve on Mud Bay. Come learn how this preserve has changed over time and its important role in keeping Puget Sound healthy.
Date: Sunday, April 15, 2018
Time: 3 – 5 PM, Remarks at 4 PM
Location: Randall Preserve – 4939 Mud Bay Road NW, Olympia, WA 98502
Parking is available in front of Bay Mercantile and next to Randall Preserve. Overflow parking is available at the nearby Park & Ride.
Trail Map: Interpretive Trail at Randall Preserve_map
The Interpretive Trail is a flat trail covered in bark mulch. The approximate trail distance is: 560 feet / 0.1 miles.
The community is invited to attend this open house from 3-5, taking place at Randall Preserve and neighboring Bay Mercantile. Ribbon cutting and remarks by community leaders will take place at Randall Preserve at 4. Festivities will include enjoying shellfish treats prepared by Chelsea Farms and Taylor Shellfish Farms, strolling on the new interpretive trail, exploring the wonders of shellfish with Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association, book signing with Cynthia Nims, and more!
Many thanks to the HDR Foundation for making this new interpretive trail possible.
Aerial view of Interpretive Trail at Randall Preserve.