Idie Ulsh Park

Comprised of fifteen deeply wooded acres, Idie Ulsh Park offers a short but very lush walk through some of the oldest cedars on the island.


The trail maintains a natural, "rough" path through the park, with woodchips covering the trail and a moderate amount of up and down along the .4 mile hike. It passes the Schoolhouse Creek and winds through trees dripping with moss. 


This park has been identified as having particularly notable native plant representation, and will feature native plant identification signs in the near future.


HISTORY


This park was opened in October 2018 and is dedicated to the memory of the Ulsh, Julin, and Petterson families. It was acquired with the support of "Ducks Unlimited" and "The North American Wetlands Conservation Council". 

Park Snapshot

TRAILHEAD

Located on 108th St across from the "Old School House"


TRAIL LENGTH

.4-mile loop, moderate


TOILETS?

Portable toilet across the street at Old Schoolhouse


DOGS ALLOWED?

Leashed dogs are allowed


WATER ACCESS?

No


PARK COMMISSIONER CONTACT

Belen Schneider | 253-884-7976

bschneider@andersonislandparks.org