The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and the Nisqually Indian Tribe are working together on future development of Nisqually State Park in Olympia, Washington.
The 1,300-acre park lies at the confluence of the Nisqually River, Mashel River and Ohop Creek. The park includes a diverse landscape of steep-sided forest valleys, high ridges and reforested plateaus in the Mount Rainier foothills...
Walker, Richard. "Nisqually Tribe, State Partnering on Development of Nisqually State Park." Indian Country Today Media Network. September 10, 2014. Article. (https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/history/sacred-places/nisqually-tribe..., accessed September 12, 2014)