Follow Hwy 7, continue to Elbe approximately 16 miles, turn left onto Mountain Hwy E/Hwy 7 continue approximately 10 miles to WA-161/ Meridian and continue to the wonderful town of Eatonville!
Head south on SR 161 / Meridian Ave until you arrive at the wonderful town of Eatonville!
Head west on Hwy 512, take Hwy 7/Pacific Ave exit toward Parkland/Spanaway, turn right on Hwy 7/Pacific Ave S follow Hwy 7 about 16 miles, turn left on Eatonville Cutoff Road E. Turn right on SR161 and follow until you arrive at the wonderful town of Eatonville!
Head south on I-5 , take Hwy 18 heading west, take Hwy 167 exit heading south to Puyallup, take the Meridian Exit (Eatonville/Mt. Rainier) stay on Meridian/ SR 161 all the way to the wonderful town of Eatonville!
Pioneer Farm Museum
1880's Homesteading in WA State. (360) 832-6300
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park
Over 200 North-American animals. (360) 832-6117
Mt. Rainier National Park
Discover scenic hiking trails and beautiful campgrounds at beautiful Mt. Rainier National Park. Established on March 2, 1899 as the fifth national park in the United States, the park contains 368 square miles of valleys, waterfalls, subalpine wildflower meadows, old growth forest.
Morton Loggers Jubilee Annual logging show
Second weekend in August. Parade, live music, street dancing.
Rainier Mountain Festival 8th Annual
September 12th and 13th.
Held at Whittaker Mountaineering's Rainier Basecamp in Ashford, will honor mountaineers for their accomplishments.
Reflection Farm Working sheep farm
Shop open Thursday-Sunday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. (253) 847-0832
Roy Pioneer Rodeo
September 5, 6, and 7. (253) 843-2242
Eatonville Lions Art Festival
Held annually at Glacier Park in Eatonville, first weekend in August.
Rainier Arts Festival 3rd annual festival
October 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Upper Nisqually valley, free admission. Variety of classes and workshops available. www.rainierarts.com
Recycled Spirits of Iron
Dan Klennert's scrap iron sculpture garden. Along 702 east of Elbe. Iron sculptures in front, driftwood creations behind house and barn. View free of charge. Gift shop. (360) 569-2280