State Recreation and Conservation Plan
The 2018-2022 Recreation and Conservation Plan for Washington State provides a strategic direction for how local, regional, state, and federal agencies, together with tribal governments, and private and nonprofit partners, can assure the effective and adequate provision of outdoor recreation and conservation to meet the needs of Washington State residents.
Economic and Health Benefits of Walking, Hiking, and Bicycling on Recreational Trails in Washington State
Companion reports that look at the economic, environmental, social, and health benefits of trails.
State Land Acquisition and Development Strategy
In 2015, the Washington State Legislature directed RCO to review the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program. One recommendation of the review was for state agencies to develop a coordinated, statewide, conservation and outdoor recreation strategy that outlines state agency priorities for acquisitions and development. The Habitat and Recreation Lands Coordinating Group worked with the agencies to develop such a plan.