Lower Daybreak Trail Improvement Project
Planning for a Lower Daybreak properties conceptual master plan began in 2008. After completing an extensive public outreach and involvement process, the plan was finalized in June 2010.
The purpose of the plan is to provide a clear vision and framework for the future development of Lower Daybreak. The plan balances active and passive recreational use with the enhancement of riparian and lowland habitats.
This project includes:
- Installation of an accessible trailhead
- Multiuse paths
- Viewpoint to the East Fork Lewis River
- Interpretive signage
- Other site furnishings
The trailhead will be accessed from the boat launch parking lot located on the west side of NE Daybreak Road across from Daybreak Regional Park.
Trail users should stay on marked trails to minimize impacts to wetland and habitat areas.
Funding for the project has been provided by an Aquatic Lands Enhancement Account grant from the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office.
The boat launch currently holds 97 parking spaces and six accessible parking spaces with trailhead access. Parking at this location is free.
Dedicated funds are not available at this time. The county will continue to apply for grants, pursue partnerships and seek nontraditional ways to build further improvements of the master plan that will enhance pedestrian safety and recreation, and promote a healthy lifestyle.
For more information:
Sarah Smith, project manager
Clark County Public Works