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Springbrook Trail Boardwalk

Springbrook Trail Boardwalk


The Springbrook Creek Wetland & Habitat Mitigation Bank Project enhances 110 acres of wetlands and buffer, restore and create a larger connected 20 acres of wetland; totaling approximately 130 acres of wetlands. Thousands of native plants were planted over the entire project site; including black cottonwood, pacific willow, sitka spruce, western red cedar, snowberry, douglas-fir and big-leaf maple. These trees, shrubs and plants will attract and create habitat for many different species of wildlife. WSDOT crews have completed building an interpretive boardwalk trail through a portion of the site that will provide opportunities to educate the public on the benefits of wetlands and the habitat they support. The start of the boardwalk trail is located on SW 27th Street between Oakesdale Avenue SW and Lind Avenue SW.  


From I-405 to Exit 2A (from north), (2B from west), to intersection of Rainier Avenue S and S Grady Way, West on S Grady Way to Lind Avenue, South on Lind Avenue to SW 27 Street, West on SW 27 Street about one block on south side of street.  Street parking only. 

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