The effort to develop the Nisqually-Mashel state park has been delayed by the budget cuts facing Washington State Parks. The agency has been working for a couple of years and gathering public input to create plans to develop the 1,230-acre property at the confluence of the Nisqually and Mashell rivers along Highway 7, across from Pack Forest.
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