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Midtown Park

Mount Rainier Area > Chinook Pass - Hwy 410
47.1658, -122.1524 Map & Directions

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This forest is located in the heart of Bonney Lake, offering a place to walk on trails beneath the trees. Continue reading

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Hiking Midtown Park

Formerly called the WSU Forest, this park became part of the City of Bonney Lake in 2010. It is in an unlikely spot for a park, given that the only access is through a parking lot for a shopping center off of Highway 410. 

The park consists of 40 acres with a network of trails and is bordered by roads on all three sides. The walking here is mostly flat and entirely in the trees.  

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Midtown Park

Map & Directions

Co-ordinates: 47.1658, -122.1524 Open in Google Maps

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Getting There

This park is located in the town of Bonney Lake. Access is at the southern end of a parking lot for a shopping center off of 410, between an old movie theater and the Fred Meyer. The shopping center is located a few hundred feet west of the intersection of Highway 410 and 214th Ave, on the south side of the highway. Drive to the forested edge and look for a park sign peaking out from the trees.  

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Mount Rainier Area > Chinook Pass - Hwy 410

City of Bonney Lake

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