On June 29, 2016, we joined for a summer hike at Gibbs Lake County Park, a peaceful spot with lots of fir and mature cedars. The trail around the lake is approximately 1.75 miles and offers intermittent views of the lake.
At different times of the year, trilliums and rhododendrons bloom, ducks float on the tranquil lake, and songbirds nest along the shoreline.
We hiked around the lake and then had a wonderful picnic lunch together at the beach. Those brave enough to manage the cool waters, took a swim. Often the water is clear, clean and beautiful.
Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org was the contact for details.