Gibbs Lake Park and Ropes Course
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110 Gibbs Lake Rd
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Chimacum, WA 98325
|Jefferson County Parks are open to the public from sunrise to sunset.
Directions: Turn west on West Valley Rd. from HWY 19 (by Chimacum School), follow West Valley Rd. approximately 5 miles, turn right on Gibbs Lake Rd, approximately ¾ mile to park boundary.
For the 4-H Challenge Course information such as; course fees, clothing list, health form, liability waiver and more details click link below for WSU Cooperative Extension 4H Challenge Course.
Printable Gibbs Lake Trail Map
The trails are built and maintained by volunteers. To volunteer contact the Quimper Trails Association through their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Quimper-Trails-Association-573883589368187/
|Over 700 acres of beautiful forest with a 90 acre pristine lake; seven miles of multiple purpose single track trail; limited bicycle only trail being built at the Silent Alder Area; hiking; horseback riding; hand boat launch area; incredible fishing; challenge course; Beautiful 100 year old forest.
Fires or Charcoal grills are not allowed at Gibbs Lake County Park at anytime.
|Dogs are Not Permitted at the Gibbs Lake Swimming Beach
|Please do not take your dog to the beach at Gibbs Lake County Park. It is not allowed according to County Parks Code 12.25.170 (4).
You may take your dog to any other area in Gibbs Lake County Park, on a leash at all times, such as the Walt Hoffman Trail which goes around the West side of Gibbs Lake.
Thank you for your cooperation as we work to maintain a safe, clean and peaceful environment at the Gibbs Lake swimming beach.
|No Alcohol in Gibbs Lake Park
|“In the State of Washington it is illegal to open or consume alcoholic beverages in a public place" (see Title 66.44.100 of the RCW). This law applies in all Jefferson County parks, campgrounds, and recreation facilities. Exceptions to this law can be granted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board (see Title 314 of the WAC) in the form of a banquet permit or a special occasion license for example. All proposals to serve alcohol at an event in a Jefferson County Park are subject to approval by Jefferson County. For more information please contact Matt Tyler at 360-385-9129 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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