Ellensburg KOA

32 S. Thorp Hwy.

Ellensburg, WA 98926

Reserve: 800-562-7616

Info: 509-925-9319

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Local Area Attractions

 

Museums

Olmstead Place State Heritage Area
Thorp Grist Mill

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Location

Quiet, shady pull thrus situated on the Yakima River.

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Green Canyon/Naneum-Wilson Trail

This region displays the beauty of the valley from a different perspective. Just north of town, this area offers a variety of opportunities for those with outdoor interests such as: Hiking, Horseback riding, motorcycle, biking, x-country skiing, snowmobiling.

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Rainforest Exhibit at the Children's Activity Museum

What: New exhibit at the Children's Activity Museum
Where: 118 E. Fourth Ave. Ellensburg, WA 98926
When: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
12 p.m. - 7 p.m. Thursday
Cost: General admission: $4.25 per person (Children under 1 are free)
$14.50 for a family pass. Memberships are also available.
Contact: 509-925-6789

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Western Art Association

For information, visit the Western Art Association website.

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Roslyn

Roslyn is a historic coal mining town which boasts of a log cabin built in the 1880's, 25 old ethnic cemeteries and the quaint Roslyn Museum. Roslyn is the filming site of the television series "Northern Exposure."

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Horse Rentals & Riding

Happy Trails Horseback Riding Ranch Hay Rides - Sleigh Rides - Wagon Train trips - Carriages. Address: 551 Pioneer Trail Road - Easton, WA Take Exit #74 off of Interstate 90 and follow it down 1/2 mile.

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Clymer Museum of Art

The Clymer Museum of Art is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.

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Central Washington University

Visit Central Washington University online for information.

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Umtanum Creek

Umtanum Creek Recreation Area is a great place to explore, with a fine canyon hike leading to rolling hills above.

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Mount St. Helens

Shaken by an earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale, the north face of Mount St. Helens collapsed in a massive rock debris avalanche. Open daily 9:30 a.m. to close. For more information please call (360) 274-7750.

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Great Trout Fishing

This is one of Washington State's best trout fishing areas.

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Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute

Located at Central Washington University. Have a great time at "Chimposiums," one hour educational workshops involving the world renowned chimpanzees which have acquired extensive American Sign Language vocabularies.

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Red Top Lookout

There are few mountaintops in Washington that are accessible by such a short and easy trail. Red Top is a great trail for kids and for adults wanting a half-day hike in the Teanaways. This area is also considered one of the best by valley rock hounds.

From I-90, take exit 85 and go north on Hwy. 97 North for 18 miles. Just past the Mineral Springs Campground, go north on FR 9738. In 2.6 miles, go left on FR 9702. Drive 4.5 miles to the trailhead at the picnic area, elevation 5,000 feet. NW Forest Pass required.

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Historic Ellensburg, Washington

A Walkabout Museum of late Victorian architecture featuring 27 buildings. Enjoy sites from the Lynch Block (dating back to 1888) to the Federal Building (1917) and Ben Snipes Bank (1889).

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Watt Canyon

This canyon, just southwest of Ellensburg, offers year-round entertainment. Hiking, horseback riding, sledding and watching elk feed.

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Convenient Location

We are conveniently located to historical museums and golf courses. Take Exit 106 off of Interstate 90.

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Lion Rock

From this scenic viewpoint you can see Mt Rainier, Mt. Adams and the Stuart Range. It's great for picnicking, hiking and photography.

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Thorp Mill

Located in Thorp Washington, the Thorp Grist Mill was built in 1883 by a homesteader who lived near the Yakima River. This is the only flour mill, of six in the county, still standing today with its machinery complete.

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Manastash Ridge

Hiking and Horseback. This beautiful ridge borders Ellensburg to the south. If offers scenery and several opportunities for varied interest and skill levels. Enjoy a gorgeous view surrounded by forest and wildflowers in the Spring.

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Yakima River

Picnicking, Rafting, Bird watching and Fishing. The winding river provides a beautiful and serene place to enjoy a picnic, float a raft, fly fish or simply listen to the birds who rest on its shore. There are over seven launch sites and 19 miles of accessible water.

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Manastash Lake

Hiking, Horseback, Motorcycle, and Bicycles. This is a 4.4 mile moderate hike that winds along the shore of Lost Lake before climbing a plateau to Manastash Lake. It follows the shore and then climbs steeply to its end on the Manastash Ridge at a 4 x 4 trail. There is a spur trail accessed from this point.

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Yakima Canyon

The Yakima Canyon offers spectacular scenery and fantastic opportunities . . . you may even be able to see one of our local bald eagles! There are several places to stop and enjoy the amenities. Picnicking, fishing, rafting and bird watching.

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Olmstead Place State Park

Olmstead Place State Park is one of the first homestead in the Kittitas Valley. It features the original log cabin, barns and authentic materials from the late 1800s. Good spot for picnicking.

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