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A tale of two Leverich Parks and two milestones

Original park parcel was donated to city a century ago, but then along came Interstate 5

By Tim Martinez, Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
Published: April 27, 2024, 6:14am
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The boundaries of today&rsquo;s Leverich Park are different from the original one established 100 years ago.
The boundaries of today’s Leverich Park are different from the original one established 100 years ago. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Leverich Park reaches a major milestone this year — or maybe two.

Most Vancouver residents know Leverich Park as the 16-acre wooded park along the banks of Burnt Bridge Creek with ball fields, walking paths, a picnic shelter and disc golf course just northeast of where Interstate 5 and Highway 500 meet.

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