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Mason's Landing ribbon-cutting set for Friday!

Environmental, Events, Sound Rivers

Posted on June 21st, 2021

Hey! What are doing Friday?
Come on out for the City of Washington and Sound Rivers’ ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially launch Washington’s newest kayak launch!
The Mason’s Landing kayak launch on Tranters Creek was built through a partnership between Sound Rivers and the City of Washington, funded by the state Recreational Trails Program, Division of Water Resources, Wildlife Resources Commission and the city. It is the second of two such projects intended to provide greater public access to local waterways.
Location: Mason’s Landing Boating Access Area
625 Clark’s Neck Road, Washington
For more information, email info@soundrivers.org

(Banner photo by Charles Thrasher)

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