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118 W. Maple
Centralia, WA 98531
Phone: 360-330-7688
Email: 
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
  Wilbur Parkins Park

Park Name: Wilbur Parkins Park

DUE TO BUDGETARY CONSTRAINTS THE CITY OF CENTRALIA IS NOT ABLE TO PROVIDE SERVICE LEVELS TO WILBUR PARKINS PARK AS WE HAVE IN THE PAST PLEASE REFER QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS TO: EMIL PIERSON, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/PARKS DIRECTOR (360) 330-7662

 

Park Location: end of Meridian Avenue at the Skookumchuck River

Park Size: 5.07 Acres

Description: This waterfront park was originally established in 1972 by a land donation by Wilbur and May Parkins. Additional land was acquired in 1990 to expand park boundaries. This undeveloped 5-plus acre site is located along the banks of the Skookumchuck River at the end of Meridian Avenue. Informal rustic improvements over the years are the result of the site’s popularity with the community. This site provides gravel beaches and water access to some of the more secluded stretches of the river.

Amenities located at park:
• Primitive parking
• Fishing/water access
• Primitive trails
• Picnic tables
• Benches
• Open play areas

 



 

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