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New trail, bridge lead to sandy beach at Larrabee State Park

Path allows for safe, legal access to Clayton Beach

Nick Pate and Melissa Denmark, of Snohomish, walk through the passage between Clayton beach and the Lost Lake parking lot.
Nick Pate and Melissa Denmark, of Snohomish, look out from the new bridge over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad track Aug. 16 in Larrabee State Park. Washington State Parks built a new bridge that provides safe passage between Clayton Beach and the Lost Lake parking lot. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Andrew Foster News Intern
Visitors to Larrabee State Park can now enjoy a new trail and bridge that connects the park to Clayt
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