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Clark County Parks Foundation,

a 501c3 nonprofit

Current Officers

President and Site Leader, Anita Will

Vice-President, Michael Lenz

Treasurer, Christine Kukula

Secretary, Cheryl Herndon

Government Liaison, Tyler Castle

Contact Anita Will at 360.687.4760


Christine Kukula at 360.713.3099

Our generous supporters

“We do all kinds of cool stuff to get Whipple Creek Park back in shape...”

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Who are we?

Mission  As a citizens advocacy group, the Whipple Creek Park Restoration Committee, in 2012, along with Clark County Parks, officially adopted Whipple Creek Regional Park, although volunteer maintenance hours, small grants, and materials have been contributed since 2010.

Goals  Priority One is to fix the existing trails.  Priority Two is to repair and restore the historical features contained within the 375+ acre park.  Priority Three is to create the Park as a neighborhood destination and a multi-state attraction, providing recreation, education and economic impact as part of The Intertwine System of parks and with assistance from Historical and Preservation Associations.

Values  Health, recreation, education, historic preservation, and environmental preservation of parks for future generations.   Volunteers have dedicated thousands of hours and have been recognized by Clark County Parks as the highest quantity of volunteer hours in 2011-2012 and having made the most improvements.

Notice of Public Input

Whipple Creek Regional Park user-generated trail names were reviewed at the Whipple Creek Restoration Committee Meeting held June 16, 2016.  The map attached to the right contains the names and location of the user-generated trails that were proposed and reviewed at the June 16, 2016 meeting.  After this one month period of public notice, public input will be heard at the next Whipple Creek Restoration Committee Meeting scheduled to be held July 21, 2016 6pm - 8pm at Mill Creek Pub in Battle Ground, WA.  Any public input will be heard, in-person, at the July 21, 2016 meeting.  Immediately after the close of in-person public input, final approval of the Whipple Creek Regional Park trail naming will occur. 

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