As a member of our community you are an important partner in helping preserve public access along our waterways.
Receiving a copy of the guidebook is just one of the benefits members receive from our organization.
While our online information is open to the public, for the past two decades the physical guidebook has been a significant member benefit and we encourage you to join now, as an Individual or as a Household, if you haven’t already. Not current? Now is the time to renew, as an Individual or as a Household.
Our CMT Guidebook is 173 pages jam-packed with information. It has ALL NEW MAPS, new site photos, and is more useful and inspiring than ever! Check out all the latest updates on where to lunch and launch, to land for rest stops, to get out of the weather, and for starry overnight stays. Not to mention being a resource for planning day-trip journeys all along the trail. This guidebook features a 2-page spread for every camping site, a launch/land trailheads index, and lots of user-friendly information for all who are inspired to adventure on the trail!
As a member of WWTA you’ll also be able to access Andrew Anderson Marine Park is a unique South Sound Cascadia Marine Trail site available to WWTA members by reservation only.
Member reservations must be made three business days in advance through WWTA, either by calling the office (206.545.9161) or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your member name, number in party, and home phone. If the site is available, one party of up to 8 members may reserve the site for one night. Note: Reservations are subject to cancellations by the Park District up to 2 weeks before the reservation date. There is no charge to use this site. Check the calendar here.
Other benefits include discounts on events, the latest trail information, news, and access to detailed online water trail site maps! Current members can renew their memberships here or update their contact information online.
Last Updated - 6.5.21