Trail Access and COVID-19
A reminder that Badger Mountain Centennial Preserve and Candy Mountain Preserve are Benton County parks. Please remember to follow all guidelines set out by the state and county as they evolve.View County’s COVID-19 Response
Latest from Friends of Badger Mountain
Trail Work is Happening Now
Our trailmaster is leading regular work parties right now. This year the work will involve regular maintenance.
We’re always in need of new volunteers. If you’re interested, contact Jim by email at Trailmaster@friendsofbadger.org and let him know. Mention “add me to your trail work list” so you’ll always know when the next work party is coming up.
15th Anniversary of Friends of Badger
Friends of Badger Mountain is celebrating our 15th anniversary. Check out the poster that’s posted at the trailheads during your next hike or see our About page to learn more about our success these 15 years.
Future Little Badger Mountain Trails
Little Badger Mountain is the next stage in our vision for a system of trails connecting four of our local ridges (Little Badger, Badger, Candy & Red). We’ve partnered with the City of Richland on this project.Find Out More and How You Can Help
Candy Mountain Interpretive Loop
Friends of Badger Mountain, in partnership with the local chapter of the Native Plant Society, Ice Age Floods Institute, and Benton County, have established an Interpretive Loop Trail in the saddle. The loop trail is 1.2 miles long (round trip) starting from the parking lot and has very little elevation gain. The trail features signage pointing out native plants. See the below page for more information.Interpretive Loop Trail
Become a FOBM Member
Becoming a member of FOBM gives you the opportunity to have your voice heard on trail-building, maintenance, our other ongoing matters of interest. You’ll also receive our quarterly e-Newsletter, invitation to our annual celebration and membership meeting, plus elect our board of directors.Become a member