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The full-time resident population was 10, as of census. Named for Boston railroad tycoon Benjamin Pierce Cheney , [7] Cheney was officially incorporated on November 28, The City of Cheney is located in Spokane County and is home to 10, residents according to the Census. Cheney is proud of its small town nature, which is enhanced by the diverse influence of Eastern Washington University, a public regional university with over 10, full-time students.

The Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League have held the majority of their summer training camps at EWU , from —, and again from through the training camp. Cheney developed into the city known today because of its strong ties to education, trail riding, and agriculture.

This provided a strong economic base for the community and was the result of a much larger event that took place in the United States. In , the last Indian uprising occurred in Eastern Washington. Because isolated Eastern Washington was an area of this Indian unrest during the early part of the territorial period, it was not until the late s and early s that settlers made homes in the area.

In the latter part of that decade, settlers attracted by plentiful water and timber and the promise of a railway line made their homes near a group of springs bubbling through a willow copse from the bank where the Burlington Northern depot now stands. The name of the community, originally Section Thirteen, became Willow Springs, then became Depot Springs, because of its ties to the railroad, then Billings, in honor of a president of the Northern Pacific Company, and finally Cheney, Washington in honor of Benjamin P.

Cheney , a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Cheney was the eldest son of a blacksmith who was born in at Hillsborough, New Hampshire. At age 16, he started work as a stagecoach driver between Nashua and Keene. Five years later he had become a stage agent in Boston and soon organized an express between Boston and Montreal.

He later consolidated that stagecoach line with others to form the United States and Canada Express Company, which 37 years later he merged with American Express , at which time he became American Express's largest shareholder.

The only time Cheney actually visited the town of Cheney was on September 18, , following the "Last Spike Ceremony" which was the joining of the eastern and western divisions of the railroad. Cheney donated a few bucks to establish the Benjamin P.

Cheney Academy in the town. In the railroad was graded through the town, and in the town was incorporated with the streets laid out in the shape of a triangle with the base parallel to the tracks.

The railroad tracks were not in a true east-west line, however, so the original town is askew with the map; the newer part of Cheney was built more to the compass.

After a series of boundary changes caused by legislative acts, Spokane County was created with a permanent county seat still to be selected. Contenders for the honor were Cheney and Spokane Falls now Spokane. Cheney received a majority of the votes, but because of alleged irregularities at the polls the election was won by Spokane Falls.

When this was taken to court, a circuit court judge agreed to a ballot recount. Such recount failed to materialize, however, and the citizens of Cheney took matters into their own hands. On a night when most of the residents of Spokane Falls were at a gala wedding celebration, a delegation of armed "Cheneyites" invaded the Auditor's office and took possession of the books, did their own ballot recount which showed Cheney the victor, and made off into the darkness with the records.

The "Grand Steal" was not contested and was confirmed by a court decision in Cheney remained the county seat until when the faster-growing Spokane Falls again brought the issue to a vote and regained the seat. The fierce determination of Cheney to build and promote its college was largely to regain its lost prestige over the county seat. When Washington became a state in , Cheney was able to obtain legislation establishing one of the state normal schools , mandatory under the Enabling Act , in Cheney.

Its most convincing argument was that it already had the physical beginnings of a normal school in the Benjamin P. Disagreement between legislators and governors resulted in three appropriation vetoes for the normal school in the next 25 years, but in each case, the citizens of Cheney somehow raised the funds to keep the college going until the next legislative session.

The growth of the Cheney Normal School and the transformation of the frontier land into a thriving community were the basis for the changing attitudes in this area. The innovators who created the small community atmosphere were the women of the frontier. All of the energies that were once focused into making the west a home for their families were transformed into creating a vision of preferred lifestyle choices for the youth.

The Battle of Four Lakes was the final battle in a two-phase expedition against a confederation of the Coeur d'Alene , Spokane , Palouse and Northern Paiute tribes from the states of Washington and Idaho the "Confederated Tribes" , which began in August Attacks by Native Americans on U.

Wright's troops were well armed with the latest weaponry and engaged members of the Confederated Tribes under command of Chief Kamiakin just north of present-day Cheney and over a four-day period and routed the Confederated Tribes in the Battle of Four Lakes , who then sued for peace. The Battle of Four Lakes was the final battle in the expedition.

The war was officially ended at a council called by Col. Wright at Latah Creek southwest of Spokane on September 23, which imposed a peace treaty on tribes. Under this treaty most of the tribes were sent to reservations. It was reported that Col. Wright did not lose one soldier in the Battle of Four Lakes. A memorial to the battle was erected on the spot of the battle in by the Spokane County Pioneer Society.

The informational content of the monument is disputed. The monument claims that a force of U. Many historical accounts dispute this and suggest that the U. The battle is also known locally as the Battle of Spokane Plains, because as it raged on it spread from the Four Lakes area out to the plains area directly west of the city of Spokane and northeast of the city of Cheney.

The granite monument for this battle can be viewed at the corner of 1st Street and Electric Avenue in the town of Four Lakes. Cheney is at the highest point on the railroads between Spokane and Portland , and sits atop the route of gentlest gradient from the Spokane Valley to the Columbia Plateau , which was the reason for much of its early growth and railroad activity.

The town is built on rolling palouse hills overlooking Channeled Scablands carved out by the pre-historic Missoula Floods to the south and east. These scablands now host " pothole " lakes and wetlands, and are home to Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge.

According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 4. Cheney is located in the edge of the semi-arid region leading up to the foothills of the Selkirk Mountains , where the summers are hot and dry, and winters are cold, wet and windy. Winter — Relatively cold, wet, snowy and windy. The wind chill factor can be well below zero and temperatures can reach into the negative double-digits at times. Spring — Moderate temperatures, occasionally wet.

Very windy with average daytime highs in the upper 60s to low 70s with upper 40s to low 50s overnight. Summer — Very hot, dry heat with little to no precipitation. Temperatures soar into triple-digits from time to time; however, temperatures cool down somewhat at night. Average daytime highs are in the upper 80s while dropping into the mid to upper 50s after midnight. Fall — Moderate temperatures, sometimes with little to no precipitation. The transitional period from summer to winter temperatures can be very short.

As a result, the deciduous trees tend to lose their leaves quickly, seemingly overnight, with only a slight color change.

Average daytime highs are in the upper 50s and low 70s while dropping into the mid 30s to mid 40s overnight. Located approximately four blocks from the EWU campus, Historic Downtown Cheney offers a traditional mix of retail and service businesses as well as government offices.

Pathways to Progress is not a registered c 3 nonprofit corporation. Immediately, Pathways to Progress undertook several major projects including pedestrian streetscape enhancements along First Street Main Street , and College Avenue.

Additionally, Pathways facilitated talks between EWU and a private developer that led to the construction of Brewster Hall, a mixed-use student residence in the downtown core.

Downtown Cheney has since evolved into a more traditional "university district", hosting numerous community festivals, a farmers' market [ permanent dead link ] , and businesses catering to the college crowd.

Cheney's downtown area is also the home of the Cheney Historical Museum which is dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing information and artifacts concerning the history of the Four Lakes, Marshall, Cheney, Tyler, and Amber districts of southwest Spokane County in eastern Washington.

Volunteers open the museum at various times by season and by appointment as well as engaging in doing research, and preserving and caring for the collection.

Today, Fairchild's aircraft and personnel make up the backbone of the Air Force's airborne refueling tanker fleet on the west coast. The War Department chose Spokane for several reasons: SERE is a U. It was created by the U. Air Force but was expanded to the U. Army and the U. Navy after the Vietnam War.

The SERE school at Fairchild AFB is intended to train aircrews, special forces, and other service members who operate in dangerous areas and are thus more likely to be captured. As of the census [3] of , there were 10, people, 3, households, and 1, families residing in the city.

The population density was 2, There were 4, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 9.

There were 3, households of which The average household size was 2. The median age in the city was The gender makeup of the city was As of the census of , there were 8, people, 3, households, and 1, families residing in the city. There were 3, housing units at an average density of Hispanic or Latino of any race were 4. There were 3, households out of which In the city, the age distribution of the population shows The median age was 23 years.

For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were

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This provided a strong economic base for the community and was the result of a much larger event that took place in the United States. In , the last Indian uprising occurred in Eastern Washington. Because isolated Eastern Washington was an area of this Indian unrest during the early part of the territorial period, it was not until the late s and early s that settlers made homes in the area.

In the latter part of that decade, settlers attracted by plentiful water and timber and the promise of a railway line made their homes near a group of springs bubbling through a willow copse from the bank where the Burlington Northern depot now stands. The name of the community, originally Section Thirteen, became Willow Springs, then became Depot Springs, because of its ties to the railroad, then Billings, in honor of a president of the Northern Pacific Company, and finally Cheney, Washington in honor of Benjamin P.

Cheney , a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad. Cheney was the eldest son of a blacksmith who was born in at Hillsborough, New Hampshire. At age 16, he started work as a stagecoach driver between Nashua and Keene. Five years later he had become a stage agent in Boston and soon organized an express between Boston and Montreal. He later consolidated that stagecoach line with others to form the United States and Canada Express Company, which 37 years later he merged with American Express , at which time he became American Express's largest shareholder.

The only time Cheney actually visited the town of Cheney was on September 18, , following the "Last Spike Ceremony" which was the joining of the eastern and western divisions of the railroad. Cheney donated a few bucks to establish the Benjamin P. Cheney Academy in the town. In the railroad was graded through the town, and in the town was incorporated with the streets laid out in the shape of a triangle with the base parallel to the tracks.

The railroad tracks were not in a true east-west line, however, so the original town is askew with the map; the newer part of Cheney was built more to the compass. After a series of boundary changes caused by legislative acts, Spokane County was created with a permanent county seat still to be selected.

Contenders for the honor were Cheney and Spokane Falls now Spokane. Cheney received a majority of the votes, but because of alleged irregularities at the polls the election was won by Spokane Falls. When this was taken to court, a circuit court judge agreed to a ballot recount. Such recount failed to materialize, however, and the citizens of Cheney took matters into their own hands. On a night when most of the residents of Spokane Falls were at a gala wedding celebration, a delegation of armed "Cheneyites" invaded the Auditor's office and took possession of the books, did their own ballot recount which showed Cheney the victor, and made off into the darkness with the records.

The "Grand Steal" was not contested and was confirmed by a court decision in Cheney remained the county seat until when the faster-growing Spokane Falls again brought the issue to a vote and regained the seat.

The fierce determination of Cheney to build and promote its college was largely to regain its lost prestige over the county seat. When Washington became a state in , Cheney was able to obtain legislation establishing one of the state normal schools , mandatory under the Enabling Act , in Cheney. Its most convincing argument was that it already had the physical beginnings of a normal school in the Benjamin P. Disagreement between legislators and governors resulted in three appropriation vetoes for the normal school in the next 25 years, but in each case, the citizens of Cheney somehow raised the funds to keep the college going until the next legislative session.

The growth of the Cheney Normal School and the transformation of the frontier land into a thriving community were the basis for the changing attitudes in this area. The innovators who created the small community atmosphere were the women of the frontier. All of the energies that were once focused into making the west a home for their families were transformed into creating a vision of preferred lifestyle choices for the youth.

The Battle of Four Lakes was the final battle in a two-phase expedition against a confederation of the Coeur d'Alene , Spokane , Palouse and Northern Paiute tribes from the states of Washington and Idaho the "Confederated Tribes" , which began in August Attacks by Native Americans on U. Wright's troops were well armed with the latest weaponry and engaged members of the Confederated Tribes under command of Chief Kamiakin just north of present-day Cheney and over a four-day period and routed the Confederated Tribes in the Battle of Four Lakes , who then sued for peace.

The Battle of Four Lakes was the final battle in the expedition. The war was officially ended at a council called by Col. Wright at Latah Creek southwest of Spokane on September 23, which imposed a peace treaty on tribes. Under this treaty most of the tribes were sent to reservations. It was reported that Col.

Wright did not lose one soldier in the Battle of Four Lakes. A memorial to the battle was erected on the spot of the battle in by the Spokane County Pioneer Society. The informational content of the monument is disputed. The monument claims that a force of U. Many historical accounts dispute this and suggest that the U. The battle is also known locally as the Battle of Spokane Plains, because as it raged on it spread from the Four Lakes area out to the plains area directly west of the city of Spokane and northeast of the city of Cheney.

The granite monument for this battle can be viewed at the corner of 1st Street and Electric Avenue in the town of Four Lakes. Cheney is at the highest point on the railroads between Spokane and Portland , and sits atop the route of gentlest gradient from the Spokane Valley to the Columbia Plateau , which was the reason for much of its early growth and railroad activity.

The town is built on rolling palouse hills overlooking Channeled Scablands carved out by the pre-historic Missoula Floods to the south and east. These scablands now host " pothole " lakes and wetlands, and are home to Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of 4. Cheney is located in the edge of the semi-arid region leading up to the foothills of the Selkirk Mountains , where the summers are hot and dry, and winters are cold, wet and windy.

Winter — Relatively cold, wet, snowy and windy. The wind chill factor can be well below zero and temperatures can reach into the negative double-digits at times. Spring — Moderate temperatures, occasionally wet. Very windy with average daytime highs in the upper 60s to low 70s with upper 40s to low 50s overnight. Summer — Very hot, dry heat with little to no precipitation. Temperatures soar into triple-digits from time to time; however, temperatures cool down somewhat at night.

Average daytime highs are in the upper 80s while dropping into the mid to upper 50s after midnight. Fall — Moderate temperatures, sometimes with little to no precipitation. The transitional period from summer to winter temperatures can be very short.

As a result, the deciduous trees tend to lose their leaves quickly, seemingly overnight, with only a slight color change. Average daytime highs are in the upper 50s and low 70s while dropping into the mid 30s to mid 40s overnight.

Located approximately four blocks from the EWU campus, Historic Downtown Cheney offers a traditional mix of retail and service businesses as well as government offices. Pathways to Progress is not a registered c 3 nonprofit corporation. Immediately, Pathways to Progress undertook several major projects including pedestrian streetscape enhancements along First Street Main Street , and College Avenue. Additionally, Pathways facilitated talks between EWU and a private developer that led to the construction of Brewster Hall, a mixed-use student residence in the downtown core.

Downtown Cheney has since evolved into a more traditional "university district", hosting numerous community festivals, a farmers' market [ permanent dead link ] , and businesses catering to the college crowd. Cheney's downtown area is also the home of the Cheney Historical Museum which is dedicated to gathering, preserving, and sharing information and artifacts concerning the history of the Four Lakes, Marshall, Cheney, Tyler, and Amber districts of southwest Spokane County in eastern Washington.

Volunteers open the museum at various times by season and by appointment as well as engaging in doing research, and preserving and caring for the collection. Today, Fairchild's aircraft and personnel make up the backbone of the Air Force's airborne refueling tanker fleet on the west coast. The War Department chose Spokane for several reasons: SERE is a U.

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You can learn all about the history of the town when you visit Der Markt Platz Market Square where you can watch a 30min film that describes the transformation. Leavenworth is a year-round destination with an emphasis on outdoor activities. In summer you can go white-water rafting or set off on one of several outdoor adventures.

Leavenworth Ziplines will lure adventurers while children can enjoy a ride on a horse-drawn carriage or wagon. You can visit the unusual Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum or the Icicle Creek Center for the Arts and in October the Oktoberfest is a great opportunity to savor German beer, food and entertainment.

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Things to Do in Yakima Photo: Not only will you have a wide selection of beach activities such as sailing, scuba diving, kayaking, and fishing to enjoy, but the entire area is also steeped in history and there are many interesting historic places to visit should you tire of the beach.

Peter's Mission Museum, and at Port Gamble you can step back in time for a glimpse of life during the heyday of the saw mills at the Port Gamble Historic Museum. The Kitsap Peninsula encompasses no less than nine state parks, and 14 city parks where you can hike, cycle and bird watch.

There are 11 golf courses and a number of wonderful gardens to visit including the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island and Heronswood Gardens in Kingston.

All of the quaint sea-side towns and cities offer interesting galleries, shopping and dining. Hiking is the most popular and natural way to explore and there are trails suitable for all fitness levels, including strenuous Back-Packing trails from one campsite to the next. You can rent a mountain bike or kayak, canoe or paddle board to explore the tranquil lakes.

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The bird watching is excellent and fishing is very popular on all the lakes. At Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort you can relax in three hot mineral pools and one freshwater pool or treat yourself to a relaxing pool-side massage. Called "the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula," Gig Harbor is close to several large state and city parks and has developed into a popular tourist destination.

On the way to one of the parks, spend some time in the charming city with its vibrant historic waterfront lined up with fancy boutiques, gourmet restaurants, cafes, and bars. Stroll along the docks, sit at the outdoor table at one of the many coffee shops, and enjoy the view of the boats in the harbor or the snow-covered slopes of Mount Rainier.

Rent a kayak and see the city from the water, hop on a Riviera Cruise, or rent a romantic Gig Harbor Gondola. Check out what grows in the area at the colorful farmers market at Skansie Brothers Park and Netshed, right on the harbor. Whatcom Falls Park, where you can swim, fish or picnic close to the Whatcome Creek Gorge and several beautiful waterfalls, is a good place to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities.

At Larrabee Park you can combine nature and history by hiking along the rocky coastline, and Mount Baker offers skiing and snowboarding in winter or cycling and camping in summer. Families can take the children to the Mindport Arts and Sciences Museum for some hands-on learning fun. Nature lovers should not miss a visit to the Sehome Hill Arboretum to commune with nature, while art lovers can head to the Western Washington University Campus to see the Outdoor Sculpture Collection at the Western Gallery.

At the waterfront, you can book a whale watching expedition or board a ferry to visit the San Juan Islands. Things to Do in Bellingham Photo: Port Angeles Situated in the heart of Washington State's beautiful Olympic Peninsula, Port Angeles has something special to offer each and every tourist. Energetic visitors can enjoy a variety of active holiday pursuits such as ocean and lake kayaking, mountain biking and paddle boarding - lessons and equipment on site.

You can go cycling along the Discovery Trail or enjoy unlimited hiking, bird watching and fishing in near-by Olympic National Park or at Hurricane Ridge. Or, you can simply relax on a beautiful beach, explore the rock pools and enjoy the wonderful seascapes. You can do a walking tour of the Downtown area to see the Art on the Town Outdoor Sculpture Gallery, and the Clallam County Historical Society's Museum at the Carnegie is well worth a visit to learn about the history of the area.

In addition, you can go on a Heritage Tour of the Downtown Historic District, choose a whale watching excursion, visit the Fiero Marine Life Center on the waterfront or go antique hunting and shopping in Downtown.

There are a number of great museums you can visit in Tacoma, starting with the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, which will transport you back in time to life in a British outpost in the 's. Foss Waterway Seaport is a maritime museum popular with families, and motor enthusiasts can visit Lemay - America's Car Museum and the Lemay Family Collection at Marymount to see one of the largest collections of vintage cars in America.

Tacoma is famous for glass art, and at the Museum of Glass you can learn all about the art of glass blowing and see the amazing Chihuly Bridge of Glass created by local glass artist Dale Chihuly. To experience the great outdoors you can make your way to Point Defiance Park where there are miles of walking and cycling trails, the lovely Point Defiance Rose Garden, the Point Defiance Pagoda and the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium, which is a family favorite.

Other attractions for families include the Explore It Scavenger Hunt and the Children's Museum of Tacoma where kids can have hours of fun with hands-on learning experiences.

Finally, you can explore an eclectic selection of boutique shops, restaurants and music venues along Sixth Avenue.

Things to Do in Tacoma Photo: Vancouver has no shortage of green spaces and the Waterfront Renaissance Trail, which runs for 5 miles along the banks of the Columbia River linking Wintler Park with downtown Ester Short Park, is a great place for strolling, jogging, skating and cycling.

Other popular outdoor attractions you can visit include Vancouver Lake Park where you can canoe, kayak or windsurf, and enjoy picnics and a children's play area, and Salmon Creek Regional Park, which has a sandy beach, a roped swimming area and a children's playground. Historic Officer's Row comprises 22 fully restored beautiful historic buildings that once housed the US Army officers, featuring beautiful architecture dating back to the 's.

There are several places where you can walk or hike, starting with the Waterfront Trail near the ferry terminal, which offers a 1. I suggest bypassing the trail around UW until construction is completed. Instead go west through Fremont and Ballard or start up in Bothell and bike south. The Burke-Gilman has come a long way since I was a kid. I enjoyed the trail today with my son and it brought back some wonderful memories! Yes there is a bit of wear on the trail but the amount of families and commuters it supports is amazing.

I'm glad it is here for our enjoyment: I rode from Lake Forest Park to Redmond for the first time. Not the first time I've been on this trail, but just the first time I've ridden that far. Didn't go all the way to Marymore Park because I was tired by the time I got to where I turned around not quite sure where that was, but my cell-phone navigator said I was in Redmond. To be precise, the navigator said I was 3 miles past nd St and Woodinville-Redmond Rd, where I needed to go to catch a bus back home.

In answer to another reviewer, I took the Sammamish River fork and it comes out in Woodinville right behind Molbak's. Good scenery along the river, nice open green spaces. I wasn't in a hurry, and spotted a Great Blue Heron on the prowl in the river. I stopped and watched him snatch a fish from the river.

There were parts along the way that looked more like Eastern Washington farms with irrigation equipment that aren't real exciting. Another good point is you're not very far from bus lines if you get tired. I roller bladed this trail from Gasworks to Matthews Beach park and back to Gasworks yesterday afternoon.

Overall quite okay experience, but time to time bumpy surface. Also, trail is under maintenance in University District, so it was a bit inconvenient to skate on the streets. This is a nice trail except that there are several areas where tree roots have raised the trail and makes for a bumpy ride.

It would be a five star if there were some repairs to smooth out the pavement. I'm not clear, from reading the description of the Burke-Gilman Trail route, whether the trail will get me to Woodinville. Does it go that far? The page has four pictures and reviews from seven years back. Worse, the TL map is missing a number of facilities. Step One is always the on-line search. TB checked out the maps from the various sources. They do not agree.

It runs here, but it also runs there. Which trail goes where? He looked at the TrailLink map. He parked at the Sammamish River Park and started riding. Soon he determined that Google Earth has mislabeled the Sammanish River Trail at this point the Burke Gilman Trail — at least according to the signs the trail manager has placed.

The trail along the river in Bothell is the Sammamish River Trail. It crosses the river on a wooden bridge at Not much action here. No trailhead, no parking lot, no facilities. The end of the Tolt Pipeline Trail for mountain bikers is here. You can use the park to stage for the BGT, but most folks are down on the river in the Sammamish River Park parking only or the Bothell Landing Park water, restrooms, parking, old school house, etc.

If you want a quiet and attractive trailhead, here it is. We are going to rewind and go back up the river to Sammamish River Park and do the ride the way most folks do it. If you head upstream there is an exercise circuit along the trail. You want to hang a left and head downstream.

There is water, flushies, parking, tables, a historical museum, the original school house with big bronze bell and more. Not a bad choice for a trailhead. It dumps you out at golf course parking lot.

Now the trail runs alongside Bothell Way for roughly 2. TrailBear remembers Back When there were actual log booms here. It was a booming ground then. Logs were made up into rafts and towed down lake to the mill.

Lot of bikies stopping in or staging from here. The park offers restrooms, water, parking, a history walk, tot lot a fishing pier and a nice rest area with tables down by the water. The ladies loo is unusual: There is an interesting wall of ceramic art outside it. As a trailhead, the park may be too popular — at least in summer. TB found the parking lot almost full on a July Friday afternoon. The sun was out. If you are coming on a sunny summer day, come early.

One nice feature, never before seen on other trails in five western states: They have a Rest Room thataway sign up on the trail. While the ride along Bothell Way was mostly open, you now have some shade ahead. Here is one now. Where the trail crosses Ballinger Way at Bothell Way across from the mall there is a shaded wayside with tables, benches, a brook and a fish fountain.

Check it out in the photo section. Across the street from the fish fountain is a mall that would make a nice commercial trailhead: Lake Forest Park Towne Centre. The name says it all. It got class, too. Now the trail stays mostly in shade, always welcome on a hot July day. It runs under the bluff and has views of the backs of the homes that have the lakefront view.

The exit is well signed. Get off the trail at the handy Rest Rooms thataway sign, turn right and head up that knoll. This puts you at the very top of the picnic area with a selection of tables, benches with views of the lake and a good view of the tot lot below.

The facilities are below, but you can stay far above the madding crowd, if desired. It has a larger parking lot and it was full, full, full. TB had to circle, along with the others, waiting for a spot to open. It has a swimming beach and was full of kids and families trying to lose that NorthWet fish belly white color and replace it with something pink or red. It has restrooms with showers changing room for kiddies , water, a beach, picnic area and crowds and urchins underfoot.

If you are going on ahead, the next stop is the former Sand Pt. Naval Air Station, then the descent to the University of Washington. The BGT is following the original shoreline of Lake Washington before they built the locks and lowered the lake. Those playing fields and parking lots and such to the north of Husky Stadium are the remains of the former Montlake Dump. TrailBear remembers them well:

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