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Finding Your Community Event

Connect with non-profit and civic organizations to help make the Tri-Cities a better place! Friends of Badger Mountain will be present, as well as over 85 other local organizations at this event

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The Candy Mountain Trail Is Open

The brand new trail is open and ready to be hiked. You can access the trail from Dallas Road by looking for the Candy Mountain Preserve sign just before you go under Interstate 182 heading southbound.

Update: The trail is still open following the fire on September 8th. We ask that everyone stays on the official trail since the landscape is especially vulnerable following the fire on September 8th. Read more about the fire below.

More about the Candy Mountain Trail View Tri-City Herald story View Benton County Parks post on Facebook

 


Help Name the Candy Mountain Trail

The brand new trail on Candy Mountain does not have an official name. Check out the link below to see how you can submit your ideas.

Name The Trail on Candy Mountain

Volunteer Calendar to support Friends of Badger Mountain

We have a volunteer working on a calendar featuring photos of Badger, Candy, and Red Mountains for the benefit of Friends of Badger Mountain. Visit the link below for more information.

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Volunteer for Trail Work

If you would like to take part in future trail work projects, please contact our trail master below and mention “add me to your trail work list.” This will keep you informed about any upcoming trail work plans. Also, be sure to check for posted work parties via the link below.

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Upcoming Events

  1. First Trail Work Party of Fall 2017 (Joined by REI)

    September 30 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

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