I spent the day in the southern part of the park, in the ravine that leads down the O.O. Denny Park, building stairs on a Washington Trails Association work party. We had great weather and were able to get several more steps built and installed, as well as a decent number more built and ready to be installed. Our other group worked on fixing some drainage and tread issues to make the trail generally more pleasant for everyone. This is a beautiful little park and the improvements we've been making will lead to greater and easier enjoyment for everyone!
WTA is an organization that is powered by members, and if you're reading this trip report then I know that you value the resources they provide. So if you value what you get from WTA I hope that you're a member already, and if you're not then I really encourage you to become one! It's fast, it's easy, and the return on your investment is priceless.
The trails we hike on—including this one—were likely built and maintained by WTA volunteers. Stepping beyond being a member, WTA always needs more people to put their boots on the ground with a shovel (or grub hoe, or Pulaski, or loppers) in their hand, to help maintain the places and experiences we love. No experience is necessary and fun is guaranteed!