Climbing one of the sail mounds at Dune Peninsula is like ascending a pyramid.…Continued
As you drive deeper into old growth forest, drawing closer and closer to the Nisqually Entrance of Mt. Rainier, the message on AM 1610 reminds you that you’ll soon leave gas stations and cell service far behind.…Continued
At Dozer Day and Lake Kapowsin Day this month, kids had a blast doing a less messy version of rock painting.…Continued
Washington Rock has sent rock to some of the coolest parks in the Puget Sound. Here are 5 of The Rock’s favorites.
At the Spring Fair last month, the outdoors were a blur of sunny, colorful fun. But despite the warm sun and fun rides and games, hundreds of children chose to play indoors instead. The attraction of choice wasn’t a fast ride but something much simpler: a giant sandbox.
From public parks to private gardens, Washington Rock has provided material to many different projects. But June provided a first for us: supplying material for an art installation. …Continued
If you enjoyed Washington Rock’s display or didn’t have a chance to see it, please check out pictures below. You can also find a list of the plants from the Spring Fair here.