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Harbor Family Park

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Terry R wrote a review Sep 2018
Gig Harbor, Washington55 contributions8 helpful votes
It's a basic heavily wooded public park with trails through the woods. Not much of anything else here, other than a parking lot.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Ben A wrote a review Aug 2018
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This was a cool little spot. Easy enough that we were able to let our little one (18 months) down to walk on his own. Really neat dense growth to walk through which added to the experience. My only complaint was how easy it was to take wrong turns. Luckily I was smart enough to snap a picture of the one hand drawn map at the parking lot before we set off, otherwise we would have been totally lost. Other than that this is great spot for family hikes/walks!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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JiminGigHarbor wrote a review Aug 2015
Gig Harbor, Washington54 contributions66 helpful votes
This parcel of native woodlands was purchased several years ago by the local park district with the intention of developing yet another neighborhood baseball and soccer field. In the meantime the natural trails that wind about the acreage are cleared each season and it remains home to a variety of small animals and birds. For toddlers it a chance to walk in Winnie the Pooh's Hundred Acre woods. For older kids a place to explore, walk a dog, or take a hike near home. For my grown children, it is a living memory of what much of Gig Harbor used to be in their childhood. We have had guests from out of state and out of country visit it and we were amazed that it was one of the highlights of their trips. It is signed and has an unpaved parking area and trash disposal cans. It is probably one of the least expensive parks to maintain in the area and one of the least publicized. But for those who have taken the time to explore it, one of the most unique and special. Visit it before our tax dollars "develop" it and it's lost forever.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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