SEQUIM — Three months after a storm blew down dozens of trees and triggered its closure, Robin Hill Farm County Park has been reopened to users.
The storm in late November 2022 left the park trail system “unsafe and largely impassible,” said R. Donald Crawford, director of Clallam County’s Parks, Fair & Facilities Department, in a press release.
The park was reopened on Friday.
During the closure, only a portion of the downed trees were marketable, and the remaining trees were used for county park cordwood, hauled off by volunteers from the Port Angeles Kiwanis Club or left on the ground, Crawford said.
Trail restoration will continue throughout the summer and fall and conclude by winter 2024, county staff said.
A volunteer tree planting is planned for late October.
For more information, including how to volunteer, contact the county parks department at 360-417-2291 or email@example.com.