Western Washington Chapter of the Gold Prospectors Association of America - WWGPAA

Outing, Event and JAN 2019 MTGMeeting Schedule

Our Chapter meetings are usually on the 2nd Saturday of the month and outings are from March through October usually on the 3rd weekend. This is our 2019 meeting & outing schedule, check back before each meeting or outing, things change.

Date Outings, Meetings and Events
January 12, 12pm Board meeting before the general meeting
January 12, 1pm General monthly meeting
January 19, 1pm Group Breakfast - Denny’s on Kitsap Way in Bremerton at 9:30 am - More info at meeting
February 9, 1pm General monthly meeting
February 9 & 10 WPMA Gold/Mineral Show - More info
February 16 Group Breakfast - That One Place in Port Orchard next to Bi-Mart on Mile Hill - More info at meeting
March 9, 1pm General monthly meeting
March 23 OUTING - Sea Glass at North Beach Pt. Townsend - 12:37pm low tide 0.8 - More info at meeting
March 23 & 24 GPAA Gold Show - More info at meeting

Our Chapter Claims

We have 3 claims, Redbird 1, Redbird 2 and Freedom.
These claims are chapter claims and not GPAA They are for our chapter members only.
Come to a meeting for more information about our claims.

Outing information

Outing information, including times, directions and what to expect are distributed at the meetings.

Guidelines for Outing Hosts

See Eric if you would like to be a host at one of our outings. Click here for the guidelines.

Metal Detecting

Metal detecting is permitted at more than 60 state parks throughout Washington. Users of metal detectors must register first with Washington State Parks and comply with posted regulations. The registration form, rules, and a list of parks that allow detecting may be found in the Metal Detecting in Washington State Parks brochure, which is available from park rangers at 360-902-8500 or from the Washington Telecommunications Relay Service at 800-833-6388.

Metal detecting areas vary in each park. Some parks allow detecting in developed public-use areas and unoccupied campsites, while other parks allow detecting in specific areas only.

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