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Ann Wolford- formerly Nichols Bar Property

Property Description

This 33-acre County park was the result of a partnership between Skagit Land Trust and Skagit County, with funding assistance from Salmon Recovery Funding Board and Skagit Watershed Council.  The Trust worked with several landowners to purchase the land and transfered ownership to Skagit County Parks in  2009. Located just west of Lyman, this river-side park ensures that important existing salmon habitat is protected and provides non-motorized river access to our community.

For public access information please visit Skagit County Parks & Recreation facilities guide.

 

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Property Info

  • Type: Trust-Assisted
  • Location: Middle Skagit
  • Acreage: 33 acres
  • Date Added: 2009
  • Please visit this property!

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