Created in 1960 on land belonging to the Skokomish, is a tract of shoreline along Hood Canal. The park offers year-round activities, from boating and water recreation in the summer to snowmobiling and snowshoeing in the winter months. On the west side of US 101 opposite Hood Canal stands the Cushman Powerhouse No. 2, part of the Cushman Hydro Project the City of Tacoma undertook in the 1920s. The classically composed concrete structure houses massive turbines that generate power for Tacoma.
Potlatch State Park
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