Storm Damage Advisory
Please be cautious as you visit parks following the heavy winds and rain this past week. There are visible downed branches and trees that staff is clearing as they find. There are also invisible hazards such as loose ground and concealed water that can make normal activities hazardous. Please contact our main business line during business hours to report hazards at 753-8380. You can also alert us on Twitter at @OlyPARD.
The City of Olympia has over 900 acres of park land that consist of neighborhood, community, and open space parks, as well as recreational facilities. Each park has something unique to offer and amenities to better serve you. From playgrounds and ball fields to public art and wildlife habitats, come explore nature in a way that only Olympia can offer! For more information about Olympia's parks call 360.753.8380.
Note: Capitol Lake, Heritage, Marathon, and Sylvester Parks in downtown Olympia are part of the State Capitol Campus grounds. Those State properties are managed by the State of Washington Department of Enterprise Services (DES). Information about Sylvester, Heritage, and Marathon Parks is not listed below. You will find that information on the Washington DES website.