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Click here to view an article in the South Whidbey Record about the ADA trail at Trustland Trails.
behind the House of Prayer church.
This 200-acre property has been in State ownership since 1895
as part of the State's "trust lands." In 2004, Whidbey
Camano Land Trust, a local non-profit organization, coordinated
an effort to place this property on the DNR transfer list. Public
support was gathered from all over Whidbey Island. The transfer
was approved in 2006 as part of a package of properties in Island
County. The property was appraised by DNR at $3.8 million in May
2007. Funding was approved by the legislature in early 2007, and
the property was officially transferred to the South Whidbey Parks
& Recreation District June 30, 2007. The ADA trail and picnic shelter along with a paved parking lot are accessible from Craw Road.
The District obtained a Cultural Resources Assessment report of the Trustland Trails equestrian trailhead parking lot and the ADA Loop Trail. Click here to view the report. To view the Trustland Trails Management Plan, click here.
ADA TRAIL AT TRUSTLAND TRAILS
UNDEVELOPED PORTION OF TRUSTLAND TRAILS
TRUSTLAND TRAILS PICNIC SHELTER
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