The Official Site of Mount Rainier Tourism
The entrance fee-free days for 2018 will be: Mark your calendar for these entrance fee–free dates in 2017: January 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day April
The entrance fee-free days for 2018 will be:
Mark your calendar for these entrance fee–free dates in 2017:
- January 15: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- April 21: first day of National Park Week
- September 22: National Public Lands Day
- November 11: Veterans Day
Area Lodging in Mount Rainier National Park: Visitors will find options located in the park visitors for camping and overnight accommodations at the Paradise Inn and the National Inn. Guests are encouraged to place reservations early as these popular options can sell out quickly. For additional places to stay be sure to look at our lodging pages for cabin rentals, lodges, motels, country inns and campgrounds outside the park in our gateway communities.
Area Dining in Mount Rainier National Park: Located in the National Park visitors will find two full service restaurants, the two full service restaurants are the National Park Inn Restaurant, and Paradise Inn Restaurant. Visitors will also find a snack bar and general store. There are over 100 area restaurants located in our gateway communities! When planning your visit remember that Mount Rainier National Park covers over 369 miles and it takes approximately an hour and thirty minutes to drive from one side of the park to the other.
Enjoy seasonal delights during a Chef Prepared Five Course Dinner paired with Kelly's Restaurant and Lounge Private Label Wines from St. Hilarie Vineyard.
Limited Seating available. Save the Date and Reserve your Tickets early. Menu to be released soon.
For lodging within walking distance of Kelly’s Restaurant and Lounge click here. Tickets are $83.79 per person including ticket fee via Brown Paper Tickets.
The gateway to Mount Rainier National Park serves as the host for this popular season-opening event. This event begins at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The long course goes 5.1 miles
The gateway to Mount Rainier National Park serves as the host for this popular season-opening event. This event begins at the Enumclaw Expo Center. The long course goes 5.1 miles using the local roads. Once on your bike, you will ride on rural roads through farm lands (watch for Mount Rainier) riding up Mud Mountain Dam Hill and come to a screaming descent down Highway 410 taking a hard left to the fairgrounds and you get to do this 14.4-mile loop one more time. The final run is again on local roads, actually taking you to the base of Mount Peak completing 3.8 miles.
- The event is USA Triathlon Sanctioned (For information about an annual USAT membership – click here!)
- Standard USA Triathlon Categories:
- Age Groups: under 19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34…65-69, 70 & over
- Athenas (women >165 lbs.) and Clydesdale (men >220 lbs.)
- BuDu Racing, LLC reserves the right to adjust age groups, based on attendance.
- USA Triathlon Rules enforced. This includes wearing a HELMET at ALL times when on your bike. No headsets are allowed on course.
- Registration: https://runsignup.com/Race/WA/Enumclaw/MountRainierDuathlon
For lodging near the course click here.
All Day (Sunday)
Enumclaw Expo Center
45224 284th Ave SE, Enumclaw, WA 98022