Mason County Community Website

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  • TakeTheKids-30.mpg

    Summer Action on Hood Canal. Water sports galore!
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  • Waterfalls and Lakes of Mason County, WA

    More than a third of Mason County is public recreation land, with much of that covered by or bordering water. This video highlights some of the liquid pleasures awaiting those who explore this area of the Pacific Northwest.
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  • Mason County, Washington Overview

    Only 2 hours from Seattle, WA, Mason County has plenty of wilderness, salt water beaches and boating, mountains to climb, trails to explore, especially in the Olympic National Park. Take a peek at all the recreation and leisure activities.
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  • Wild About Washington: June 2007

    Hosted by Aimee McIntyre, of the Habitat Program in Olympia.

    Features include:

    - Washington's first Youth Outdoor Expo, including interviews with Bonnie Long, outreach manager and Jeff Koenings, director.

    - Enforcement of the Hood Canal recreational shrimp fishery, featuring Dennis Flowers and Mark James, enforcement officers.

    - Fishing opportunities across Washington.

    - A WDFW access site in Mason County that was "adopted" by students at Choice High School

    - A reminder to "leave wild things in the wild," featuring Rocky Spencer, biologist, and Bill Lantiegne, enforcement officer.

    See: See: http://wdfw.wa.gov/pubaffrs/wildwash/

    "Wild About Washington" is produced by Chuck Bolland, WDFW Public Affairs.
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  • Waterfalls and Lakes of Mason County, WA

    More than a third of Mason County is public recreation land, with much of that covered by or bordering water. This video highlights some of the liquid pleasures awaiting those who explore this area of the Pacific Northwest.
    774 Views
  • Waterfalls and Lakes of Mason County, WA

    More than a third of Mason County is public recreation land, with much of that covered by or bordering water. This video highlights some of the liquid pleasures awaiting those who explore this area of the Pacific Northwest.
    948 Views
  • Waterfalls and Lakes of Mason County, WA

    More than a third of Mason County is public recreation land, with much of that covered by or bordering water. This video highlights some of the liquid pleasures awaiting those who explore this area of the Pacific Northwest.
    948 Views
  • Gorgeous Golf Courses in Mason County, WA

    Five golf courses will keep you swinging all season long in Mason County. Affordable, accessible, and most offer water and/or mountain views.
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  • Wild About Washington: June 2007

    Hosted by Aimee McIntyre, of the Habitat Program in Olympia.

    Features include:

    - Washington's first Youth Outdoor Expo, including interviews with Bonnie Long, outreach manager and Jeff Koenings, director.

    - Enforcement of the Hood Canal recreational shrimp fishery, featuring Dennis Flowers and Mark James, enforcement officers.

    - Fishing opportunities across Washington.

    - A WDFW access site in Mason County that was "adopted" by students at Choice High School

    - A reminder to "leave wild things in the wild," featuring Rocky Spencer, biologist, and Bill Lantiegne, enforcement officer.

    See: See: http://wdfw.wa.gov/pubaffrs/wildwash/

    "Wild About Washington" is produced by Chuck Bolland, WDFW Public Affairs.
    1386 Views
  • Mason County, Washington Overview

    Only 2 hours from Seattle, WA, Mason County has plenty of wilderness, salt water beaches and boating, mountains to climb, trails to explore, especially in the Olympic National Park. Take a peek at all the recreation and leisure activities.
    4634 Views