Thank you United Way for sending volunteers to us on your Day of Caring, Friday September 23rd. Their work went a long way to revitalizing the hedge maze. Volunteers really do make a difference.
Notice: The park is not closing.
Due to the efforts of County Commissioner Sandra Romero and civic leaders from 5 local cities, funds were gathered to keep the park open through July of 2012 as sustaining funding partners are being sought. Volunteer work parties are keeping the grounds maintained. But, your help is needed. Volunteer your time, expertise or help fund the park.
To foster the creation and the presentation of sculpture by the emerging and the professional sculptor. Personal growth, experimentation, and exploration are encouraged.
- Over 110 contemporary sculptures
- Hedge Maze in shape of a butterfly
- Fantasy Garden
- Bird and Butterfly Garden
- Japanese Garden
- Sound Garden (Sculptural Musical Instruments)
- Nature Walk
- Facilities for indoor and outdoor receptions
- Outdoor Stage with water & power
- Papillon: Indoor gallery
- Parking for visitors
- Indoor Bathroom for reserved groups
- Outdoor Sanican, accessible for special needs
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Periodically there will be works of art on the grounds and in the gallery that represent the unclothed human form.
The sanican is now operated by the Thurston County Parks and Recreation Department.
Access Road is off of Silver Creek Road. The old access that crossed the trail from Waldrick is open for foot traffic only. Bus drop off is from the Waldrick side of the County Rails to Trails.