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Things To Do
Mount Rainier National Park
Mount Rainier is located between Tacoma and Yakima. It holds the largest single-park glacial system in the nation. Recreation opportunities include camping, hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Visitor centers at Paradise, Longmire, Ohanapecosh and Sunrise have exhibits on a variety of park features. The Nisqually-Paradise road is open year-round, weather permitting. Other entrances and roads are closed in winter. Tahoma woods Star Route, Ashford, Washington 98304. (360) 569-2211
Mount St. Helens
A two-hour drive south of Seattle yields up-close views of what remains of the 110,000 acre volcanic monument since its explosion in 1980.
Museum of Flight
Features 54 of the world’s most awe-inspiring airplanes, authentic and in mint condition. 9404 East Marginal Way S. (206) 764-5720
Duwamish-Green River Trail and Interurban Trail
Duwamish Trail comprises a system of 10.46 miles of trails that later connect with the interurban Trail for a total of 30 miles of paved pathways. The trail system begins in West Seattle, travels through the cities of Tukwila and Kent, and then finally ends in King County’s Auburn Narrows Park. You can access the trail from Fort Dent Park in Tukwila, or via North Green River Park. Interurban Trail provides comfort and healthy walks on a 14 mile trail and will take you through South Seattle.
Coulon Beach Park
1201 Lake Washington Blvd North, Renton, Washington 98056 It has a great walking trail along the waterfront, loads on space for picnics & cookouts, a fair amount of parking , several easy-on-the-pocket places to eat, and lots of year-round activities open to everyone.
Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park
1201 Lake Washington Blvd N, Renton, Washington 98056 Separate play space for 2-5 year olds (tot lot). Another playground that wows with the sheer amount of equipment: Large metal structures boast lots of extra features, including bounce buttons, hand... More on Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park (originally Lake Washington Beach Park) consists of 57 acres of land and water at the southeast corner of Lake Washington.
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Jimi Hendrix Grave Site
350 Monroe Ave NE, Renton, Washington 98056 Jimi Hendrix Grave Site User Rating 3.0 The simple marker of legendary guitarist Jimi Hendrix Grave Site, ... More on Fodor's
The Renton History Museum
235 Mill Avenue South, Renton, Washington 98055 The Renton History Museum The Society collects artifacts, photographs and ephemera relative to the human history and industrial development of the greater Renton area. We have a 5,000 sq ft facility ... More on
Spirit of Washington Dinner Train
625 S 4th St, Renton, Washington 98057 Spirit of Washington Dinner Train User Rating 3.5 Running from Renton, south of Seattle, along the eastern shores of Lake Washington, the Spirit of Washington... More on Discover America
Cedar River Trail
1717 Maple Valley Highway, Renton, Washington 98055 This is a beautiful smooth, long trail. Perfect for long bike rides. Very picturesque along the Cedar river... More on Yahoo! Travel

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