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Key Peninsula

Key Peninsula

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation



Preserving our lands and rural culture through our parks.

About Us


Because Parks Matter.


About Us

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Bill Trandum

Board Members

Rob Home

Susan Coughlin

The Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation was founded to financially help support our local Park District and function as a non-profit liaison between the district and potential donors. Our mission is to preserve and grow our local parks and public lands while at the same time providing donors with potential tax benefits.

Your Parks Foundation is an IRS approved 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation which operates under very high standards as set forth by the Land Trust Alliance, of which we are a member. We are here to help you, help preserve and build your Key Pen Park system. Donations can be small or large, they all help.

If you would like to help the community any donation, including volunteering of your time for events, helps improve or preserve Key Peninsula Parks.

If you'd like to help your community you have come to the right place. Your local Parks Foundation could have just the opportunity; from temporary assistance to helping us be ready to respond to both opportunities or challenges, to supporting a funding drive by delivering information to those who need it or connecting resources to areas of need. There are a lot of options when it comes to helping.

Ex-Officio Member from the K.P. Park Board




Board Member





Your Donations Make

All The Difference

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Susan Quigley

Board President




Maureen Reilly

Board Member





Parks on the Peninsula

Rocky Creek Conservation Area


Contact Info


Phone: 888-532-7770

Key Peninsula Parks & Recreation Foundation

PO Box 188

Lakebay WA 98349


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Get Involved

Active/Passive Parks


Parks Matter

Everyone knows what an active park looks like - ball fields, lights, bleachers, concessions etc… but a park may also be a passive use area or scenic piece of land with trails, bird watching areas and a few benches. With passive use areas, your parks may also act as land conservation areas protecting the look, feel and character of our community.

Monetary donations to the Key Peninsula Parks Foundation are by far the most valuable asset we can receive.

No matter how large or small your donation is, it takes The Foundation one step closer to achieving the goals set forth by Key Pen Parks and the community -you.


Now is your opportunity to be one of the first to offer financial support toward building a first class parks system on the Key Peninsula.