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Do you your parks and trails in King County?

There are many ways to get involved and show your love: volunteer, become a business partner, or support our public lands legacy.

In 2015, our volunteers gave more than 70,000 hours of service, building and repairing trails, removing invasive blackberries, promoting recycling and composting at park events, opening and closing park gates, preparing plants for restoration projects, and sprucing up landscaping, among many other tasks. Join us and help steward our 28,000 acres of open space.

Every year, King County Parks works with dozens of local businesses as part our Partnership for Parks program. From concessions to concerts to corporate sponsorships, we can work with you to make our 5 million visitors your next customers! Share with us your Big Ideas.

Established in honor of King County Parks’ 75th anniversary, the King County Parks Foundation seeks to cultivate private sector philanthropy for the long-term resiliency of our outdoor recreation legacy. Consider King County Parks in your estate planning or donate today!