Things To Do In Enumclaw
Cole Street Brew: Open 7 days a week, this craft brewery offers a range of beers from double IPA, hefeweisen, chocolate stout and summer shandy!
Located at 2551 Cole Street Suite R, and opened from 2pm – 7/8/or 9 PM. Check out their website for more information about upcoming events and the exact beer list.
Flaming Geyser State Park A haven for kayakers and rafters alike, this 503 acre national park is the perfect place for outdoor junkies.
From hiking and horse trails to swimming, watching the salmon runs in autumn, and much more, this park is a true gem in Enumclaw. Of course, there are also the inactive geysers, with a rich history.
If you want to bring a group of friends and grill, there are group picnic sites along with a playground, volleyball fields, fire circles and a model-airplane flying area in the park along with more amenities.
For more information, head over to their website and plan your next park adventure.
Enumclaw History Museum: With the first pioneer, Allen Porter discovering Enumclaw back in 1850, this city has created an interesting path through history.
If you’re interested in knowing more background information from a basic timeline of events, to the history of the name Enumclaw, or even looking at their extensive photography collection; give this museum a visit.
Offering hands-on educational kits, a pioneer collection, and oral history transcriptions, this museum has a lot to show. Open only on Thursdays and Sundays from 1pm-4pm, this museum survives on membership fees, so if you visit and love what you saw, make sure to check out their website for more information on becoming a member for a small yearly due.