The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and the Nisqually Indian Tribe have signed a partnership agreement to jointly develop 1,300-acre Nisqually State Park, seven miles west of Eatonville. The park serves as a gateway to Mount Rainier National Park. The first phase in the development plan will include a parking lot, restroom and new trailhead facility, to open in July of next year.
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