The day-use area at Dash Point State Park will reopen Friday. A week later, the upper loop (Loop A) of the 141-site campground will reopen.
The 398-acre park has been closed since last September so crews could complete a $3.4 million renovation of the park’s sewer system.
The park features more than 3,300 feet of Puget Sound shoreline, as well as 11 miles of hiking and biking trails. The park also is popular with anglers, especially on odd-numbered years when returning pink salmon pass the park en route to the Puyallup River.
The park is located at 5700 S.W. Dash …