Situated on an elevated corner of Griffin Avenue and 244th Ave SE in Enumclaw, the Mount Rainier Christian Center…More enjoys a majestic view of Mount Rainier on a clear day. The Christian Center uploads both video and audio podcasts of gathering highlights on its website. Various meetings also take place during the week. Check the Center's calendar for more information.</p>
This office serves the Snoqualmie Ranger District within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, covering the west…More side of the Cascades between the Canadian border and Mount Rainier National Park. </p>
<p>The Forest Service does not manage Mount Rainier National Park, though recreational opportunities along State Route 410 between Enumclaw and the park's boundaries are overseen by the Service. </p>
<p>The office is staffed by rangers and other personnel who can help issue a variety of recreational permits, answer questions about current forest road, trail and weather conditions, as well as provide detailed maps for recreational use. Some souvenirs and other collectibles including books and postcards are also for sale. </p>
<p>An impressive cross-section of a now fallen tree is on display towards the rear of the building, with rings highlighted by metal markers illustrating the age of the tree.</p>
Mountain Villa Retirement Community 1099 Mountain Villa Dr, Enumclaw, WA98022 Mountain Villa Retirement Community is located off of Mountain Villa Drive at the foothills of Mount Rainier. The…More facility accepts residents 55 and older. It is clean, attractive and well maintained and features mobile and manufactured housing. There is a large community center where residents can gather for parties and events, visit with friends or enjoy quiet time.
El Dorado Farms 41818 228th Ave SE, Enumclaw, WA98022 Nestled in the foothills of Mount Rainier, and located just to the east of Enumclaw, El Dorado Farms is a…More beautiful locale welcoming the finest of Washington's thoroughbred horses. The farm is a proven breeder of award-winning stallions. It provides boarding and lay-ups, mare care and foaling, discounts for multiple mares, and many other horse services as well.
Park Center Hotel 1000 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw, WA98022 Park Center Hotel is located on Griffin Avenue across from the Enumclaw Library. The hotel is situated within less than…More hour from Mount Rainier National Park, Crystal Mountain Ski Resort, the cities of Seattle and Tacoma, the Puget Sound and many of northwest Washington's best attractions. Offering 40 rooms suitable for casual or business travelers, the hotel offers many conveniences and amenities, including a complimentary continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi internet service, in-room refrigerators and microwaves and exercise facilities. There is a restaurant and lounge on the property as well. Park Center Hotel is pet friendly and offers a parking area suitable for large RVs and trucks.
Situated outside of downtown Enumclaw, among wide-open rural expanses of land that enjoy clear vistas of Mount…More Rainier on a sunny day, is the Northwest Bible Church. The church ministers to members in accordance with Christian beliefs and values.</p>
<li>9 a.m. Sunday School</li>
<li>10 a.m. Sunday Worship</li>
<p>Women's and men's groups also meet mid-week. Check with the Church about exact times.</p>
The Lee 1110 Griffin Ave, Enumclaw, WA98022 The Lee is a hotel, restaurant and lounge in downtown Enumclaw at the corner of Railroad Street and Griffin…More Avenue, with easy access to State Highway 410 and Highways 164 and 169. The Lee is within easy walking distance of local shops and boutiques, and it's a short drive to to Mount Rainier in Seattle and other area attractions. The restaurant is most notable for its comfortable appeal and atmosphere, an expansive menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a superb cook and wait staff.
Washington State Department of Natural Resources 950 Farman Avenue N, Enumclaw, WA98022 This regional office for the State Department of Natural Resources oversees management of the South Puget Sound area,…More which encompasses four counties: King, Pierce, Kitsap, and Mason, as well as parts of Lewis and Snohomish counties. The office manages 204,000 acres of state forest, agriculture, urban, and conservation lands, regulating forest practices and leading wildfire protection on 3.1 million acres of state and private forestland. Specialists work with landowners and tribal representatives to oversee logging policies that ensure habitat protection. The office also manages 30 recreational sites in the region including the Tahoma, Elbe Hills, and Tiger Mountain state forests. Visitors come to the office for a variety of needs, including logging, timber sales and firewood, recreational hunting and maps. While the office is located on State Route 410 en route to Mount Rainier National Park, it does not oversee management of the park. Questions about Mount Rainier should be directed to the <a href="http://www.nps.gov/mora/index.htm">National Park Service</a> or the <a href="http://www.fs.fed.us/r6/mbs/">U.S. Forest Service</a>.
With Mount Rainier off in the near distance, the builders of Hope Lutheran Church knew a good thing when they saw…More it—that's why the church sits slightly askew on this unassuming suburban block in Enumclaw. The large picture window at the front of the church's sanctuary now affords each member in attendance an incomparable view of the Washington state landmark, set against the eastern skies.</p>
<p>Hope Lutheran was founded in Enumclaw by Danish Lutherans in 1894. Today, it ministers to a congregation of between 85 to 105 families and works in concert with nearby Trinity Lutheran Church to provide a strong base of support for both congregations. Both traditional and contemporary services feature music by talented church members, illustrating the overall celebratory and festive personality of this congregation. Sunday services include: contemporary service, youth classes/adult small groups and traditional service.</p>
<p>Members also host several Bible study sessions at their homes during the week. For more information on these sessions as well as special worship services during holidays, please contact the church office. </p>