A view of the new pedestrian bridge from the perspective of the “Fisherman’s Daughter” statue on the Wright Park pond in Tacoma last month. Nearly 6.3 million people visited the county last year, according to an annual travel impacts study by Dean Runyan Associates. That’s more than the number that visited the year of the U.S. Open.
A view of the new pedestrian bridge from the perspective of the “Fisherman’s Daughter” statue on the Wright Park pond in Tacoma last month. Nearly 6.3 million people visited the county last year, according to an annual travel impacts study by Dean Runyan Associates. That’s more than the number that visited the year of the U.S. Open. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
A view of the new pedestrian bridge from the perspective of the “Fisherman’s Daughter” statue on the Wright Park pond in Tacoma last month. Nearly 6.3 million people visited the county last year, according to an annual travel impacts study by Dean Runyan Associates. That’s more than the number that visited the year of the U.S. Open. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Who needs the U.S. Open? Pierce County had even more people visit in 2016

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