ADVISORY NOTICE: Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail will be open Saturday December 2 from 10-4 pm, and closed Sunday December 3
December 2, 2017 is the last day the Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail is open this year. See you next fall!!
Welcome to Kennedy Creek! The Trail will be open Saturday, October 28. The Trail will be open to the public on weekends, Veteran’s Day and the Friday after Thanksgiving from 10am – 4pm. The Trail will close on December 1.
To schedule a weekday tour or for any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see you out there!
From south (i.e. Olympia): Go north on 101. At Milepost 357, turn left onto Old Olympic Highway. Continue on Old Olympic Highway until you see the Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail Signs on your left. Go up forest road 2700 for .75 miles. Turn right into the Trail parking lot.
From north (i.e. Shelton): Go south on 101. At Milepost 356, turn right onto Old Olympic Highway. Continue on Old Olympic Highway until you see the Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail signs on your right. Go up forest road 2700 for .75 miles. Turn right into the Trail parking lot.
NOTE: The gate is locked for the season.
Teachers! If you’d like to schedule a visit to Kennedy Creek with your class please contact Claire Williamson, KCST Coordinator at (360) 412-0808 x 105 or by email at KennedyCreek@spsseg.org. Visits to the Trail are free, however schools are responsible for transportation. We will provide a curriculum for teachers to use in the classroom to help enhance the visit for students.
Docents! If you would like to volunteer as a Docent this year please contact Claire Williamson, KCST Coordinator at (360) 412-0808 x 105 or by email at KennedyCreek@spsseg.org to get on our docent email list. Docents are integral to Kennedy Creek as they answer questions about the salmon life cycle, habitat, and spawning. All this information is covered at the training and is found in our docent notebooks, so all you need is enthusiasm about salmon! Docent training typically occurs in October, we’ll keep you posted!
We’ll see you at the Trail!