Welcome to Historic Eatonville, Washington
Nestled among the foothills of beautiful Mt. Rainier is the town of Eatonville. This community has a friendly small-town vibe, protects its natural environment, and grows within sustainable limits.
Things To Do in Eatonville
Reconnect with nature at an award winning 723 hundred acre Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Browse shops in historic downtown like the Center Street Junction with over 7,000 square feet of vintage thrift and artisan wares. Go antiquing at a historic farm at the Founding Family Antiques store. Stroll the paths at Millpond and Smallwood Parks. Hike the Bud Blancher Trail to see Mashel Falls. Take a living history tour at Pioneer Farm and Ohop Indian Village. Explore the trails at Washington State’s newest state park, Nisqually State Park. On a clear day snap a photo of Mount Rainier from Dogwood Park. And for evening entertainment consider a movie at the historic Roxy Theater or live entertainment at the Mill Haus Cider Co.
Eatonville, WA Lodging
Lodging includes Mill Village Motel, farm stays at Left Foot Farm, rustic cabins at Henley’s Silver Lake Resort, and camping at Alder Lake Campground.
Restaurants in Eatonville
There are over a dozen eateries to choose from. Check out the hottest destination restaurant in town, Mill Haus Cider Co. Go wine tasting by a lavender field at Stringtown Cellars. On a clear day enjoy a view of Mount Rainier from the Cruiser Café outdoor seating. Grab a booth by the windows at Bruno’s to see local history in the mural next to the restaurant.
Where is Eatonville, WA?
Located 25 miles from the Nisqually Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park. 59 miles south of Seattle. 31 miles southeast of Tacoma. 84 miles from the Mt. St. Helens Visitor Center.
Eatonville has a history in agriculture, forestry, and fishing industries. This authentic rural community was founded by Thomas C. VanEaton. Native Americans roamed the rivers and streams, including Indian Henry. Indian Henry guided Thomas VanEaton to Mt. Rainier in 1889. Van Eaton established a trading post to provide goods and supplies to early settlers, hence the town’s name. For more area history please visit Eatonville to Rainier.