Salmon Tours 2017
We have a 3/8th of a mile trail that borders the creek and winds through the woods with signage on the various trees and plants. The trail is maintained by the Lake Washington Environmental Adventure School run by the amazing Brian Healey.
If you or your family want to check out the salmon, feel free to stop on in and take a peek. The trail is open to the public during normal business hours, and you can drop in to see the salmon when they are spawning. We have maps in our Farm Store and are more than happy to show you the way.
If you plan on doing a self-guided tour but have a group larger than 6, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make sure there won't be any parking conflicts in our small lot.
For larger groups, please contact Nature Vision at email@example.com to schedule a tour to see the salmon spawning in our creek. The fee for this docent led tour is $100. In the tour, you will learn about the various trees and native plants as well as the salmon themselves. We will talk about the journey the salmon takes as it completes a life cycle, as well as the various types of salmon we see in Bear Creek.