A new 12-space parking lot will open tomorrow at the end of Maringo Drive just east of Farr Road and south of Upriver Drive. The trailhead already had a restroom and drinking fountain, but trail users were parking along residential streets. Centennial Trail trailheads to not require the new Discover Pass (only the trailheads in Riverside State Park do).
Contributions for the parking lot came from the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, the Friends of the Centennial Trail, the Washington State Parks Foundation and Inland Empire Paper. (Inland Empire Paper is owned by Cowles Co., which also owns The Spokesman-Review.) If anyone decides to head over there, let me know how it looks.