Why We Need your Help:
In the spring of 2017 the Washington State Legislature will decide the fate of this epic cross state trail. So please sign the petition below and to help save the Iron Horse Park/John Wayne Trail.
The Iron Horse Park / John Wayne Trail is Washington's only cross state trail. It stretches from North Bend to Tekoa on the Idaho border. It is a 285 mile long, 100 foot wide ribbon of beauty extending through rich full forests, dramatic scab lands and the vibrant pastures of the Palouse. Each step offers peace, tranquility and gracious vistas.
Show your Support:
Enter your contact information and comments. They will be forwarded to Washington's elected officials so they may respond to you if they choose. Anyone is eligible to sign and circulate this petition, including non residents of Washington State. It is not a ballot measure or in any way a legal document, merely a statement of support.
To make the Tekoa Trestle accessible and enjoyable to all. We also hope to expand the use of and enhance the John Wayne Trail.
We the undersigned ask that the Washington State Legislature and Governor Jay Inslee support and consider expanding a Washington State Parks request for funding repairs to the Iron Horse State Park / John Wayne Pioneer Trail (Washington's only cross state trail)
during the 2017 legislative session.
Help Save the John Wayne Trail!
Please donate to the...
Tekoa Trail and Trestle Association.
Your donation will help with our campaign to Save the John Wayne Trail and with vital trail repair.
Reach Our Goal of 10,000 Petition Signatures by
May 15, 2017
We currently have over 2,500 signatures
Thanks for Your Support!
A poem to save
the John Wayne Trail
Washington state is justly renowned
As a place where natural beauty is found--
Islands, peaks and rainforest glens
All delight the photographer's lens...
TTTA Press Release
January 23, 2017
The 2017 Washington State Legislative Session has started!! The fate of our only cross-state trail is being decided now!!
A Legislative Call to Action from The Tekoa Trail and Trestle Association
The Current Situation:
The John Wayne Trail is a center piece of the WA Parks Department and Governor Inslee's 2017 biennium budget. $4 million in repairs are in the WWRP grant program and $2 million in capital budget requests.
President, Ted Baszak
Vice President, Monte Morgan
Secretary, Fred Wagner
Treasurer, John Miller (Santa)
Listen to Our
Save the John Wayne Trail
The Tekoa Trail and Trestle Association is a 51c03 nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the John Wayne Trail and the Tekoa Trestle.
Membership cost $5/year, officer elections are held at the August meeting. Member do not need to attend in person to vote.