Romtec designed and supplied a pavilion and a restroom building at Parker’s Landing Waterfront in Washougal, Washington. The Port of Camas-Washougal purchased this property along the Columbia River to create a mixed-use development with an emphasis on pedestrian accessible activities and recreation. The first phase of the project was centered around developing Waterfront Park. The park includes a walking trail that is connected to the Gorge Towns to Trails system that connects several communities through a scenic trail exploring the Columbia Gorge area. A natural play area at the park features several interpretive play elements including a 9-foot climbable sculpture of Eegah, the Sasquatch. The pavilion and restroom building were installed along the walking trail and share a similar visual design for consistency, including green metal roofing and stone wainscot. Solar panels are installed on the restroom building and provide the structure with sustainable power. The Waterfront Park at Parker’s Landing is a beautiful example of combining recreation and business together to engage the community while promoting growth and tourism.