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Dash Point Public Fishing Pier

Status
Funded in 1991
WWRP Applicant: Dept of Fish & Wildlife WWRP Category: Water Access WWRP Grant: $929,720 Project Type: Development County: King  Legislative District: 30th 

A cooperative project with Tacoma Metro Park District to replace an unsafe and worn-out fishing pier at Dash Point. Provides excellent views and is a popular saltwater angling site.

RCO Project Number: 92-0816

Location

Located on the west side of Federal Way From I-5: Exit at the 320th St.exit (exit #143). Take 320th St. west approximately four miles. When 320th St. ends at a T-intersection, make a right onto 47th St. When 47th St. ends at a T-intersection, turn left onto Hwy. 509/ Dash Point Rd. Drive about two miles to the state park. Continue on Hwy 509 beyond Dash Point State Park to the right on Markham. Follow Markham down to the beach (site of the pier).

Red Marker Dash Point Public Fishing Pier
A cooperative project with Tacoma Metro Park District to replace an unsafe and worn-out fishing pier at Dash Point. Provides excellent views and is a popular saltwater angling site.
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What is the WWRP?

The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is a state grant program that creates and conserves local and state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms. The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office administers WWRP grants, and the legislature funds the program.

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