New Steps for American Camp Trail

The six-mile American Camp Trail (ACT) connecting Friday Harbor with the national park’s visitor center is a relatively easy walk for most people, but as it goes through a gully on airport property it has been difficult for some. So … Continue reading →

Know Your Island Walk, Oct 22

Joining Forces for a Community Trail, hike and learn about the creation of the American Camp Trail trail connecting the Town of Friday Harbor, WA and American Camp National Historical Park. We will walk the middle section of this 6-mile … Continue reading →

American Camp Trail workparty

Another segment of the American Camp Trail is becoming reality! New owners of the property just south of Fairway drive have donated a trail easement. There are nine private properties along the (Friday Harbor to) American Camp Trail, and this is the sixth to give a trail easement. Doug McCutchen from the San Juan County Land Bank said, “Last Friday Aug 19th we took advantage of a Student Conservation Association crew we are currently hosting and got a start on construction.” The crew was back at it this Friday along with members of the Trails Committee.

 

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Know Your Island Walk, August 27

Creatures from the three Lagoons: Join Bill Severson, member of the Trails committee, on a walk between American Camp’s three lagoons: Old Town, Jakle’s, and Third Lagoon. Explore these fascinating ecosystems and the flora, fauna and history that make them … Continue reading →

Visit from Lopez Trails

Trail group from Lopez enjoy a wet Saturday on Mt Grant.

Trail group from Lopez enjoys a wet Saturday on Mt Grant.

Back row: Dick Coffey, Nick Aldrich, Jeanne Aldrich, Mike Moore, Kirm Taylor, Mike Methe
Front row: Theresa Simendinger, Maureen Jones, Leslie Methe, Gus-Gus

National Trails Day — Hike Young Hill!

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June 4th is National Trails Day, a Saturday to celebrate being outdoors on a trail. The American Hiking Society started this annual celebration to honor the many ways trails connect Americans to the land and to each other. Whether one … Continue reading →