Enumclaw City Hall, built in 1921, with the last major renovation completed in 1987.
The Enumclaw Expo Center, includes 72 acres of amenities available for rent for both private and public special events. If you are planning a unique wedding reception, birthday party, company picnic, concert, tradeshow, convention, or animal/livestock exhibition, then the Enumclaw Expo Center is for you. Call the Expo Center at 360-226-3493 for more information, or visit the Expo Center website.
The Expo Center is shown here with Mt. Peak (Pinnacle Peak) in the background.
Historic Downtown Enumclaw has many shopping opportunities for all, and recently underwent a major renovation called Downtown Streetscape. For more information on Downtown Enumclaw, contact the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce at 360-825-7666.
Another view of Downtown, taken from atop the Mutual of Enumclaw building after a January snowfall. Enumclaw Mountain, where the city gets its name, is in the background.
Another view of downtown Enumclaw during the Enumclaw Street Fair, held annually in July. Visit the Enumclaw Street Fair website for more information.
Kasey Kahne, 2004 NASCAR Rookie of the Year, was honored here in September 2005 at Kasey Kahne Day, where thousands of fans came to recognize him for his achievements. The city renamed 1st Street as 'Honorary Kasey Kahne Drive' and placed a monument on the Drive as the 1st marker in the Enumclaw Walk of Fame.
The Logging Legacy Memorial, designed by local artist Dan Snider, and constructed in 2008, honors the 8,000 individuals who have died in the logging industry in Washington State. Over $500,000 was raised for the memorial from a wide array of area public and private sources. The memorial is located on Griffin Avenue (State Route 164) in front of the Enumclaw Public Library.
The Anderson Rhododendron Garden, started in 1961, has over 3 acres of Washington State's official flower. The Garden is open to the public in May.
Enumclaw Veteran's Memorial Park, built 1995-1997, honors our local veterans for their service in the nation's Armed Forces. The Memorial has the names of the 90 area residents killed in the line of duty during the 4 wars that the United States was involved in during the 20th century. The benches and bricks shown were purchased by residents.
Enumclaw's Blackhawk Memorial, also located in Veteran's Memorial Park and dedicated on July 4, 2008, honors U.S. Army aviators James Whitehead, Patrick Paige, and Thomas Clarkston killed in a Blackhawk helicopter crash on December 21, 2006, on Mt. Peak (shown in the background). VFW Post 1949 and the city, with private donations, built the memorial.
Enumclaw's Marine Memorial, located in Veteran's Memorial Park and dedicated in 1999, honors the 32 Marines killed in a plane crash on December 10, 1946, on the South Tahoma Glacier on Mt. Rainier. This is an exact replica of the memorial on Mt. Rainier, which is accessible only by foot. This photo is from the annual service honoring those Marines, held in August.
From the annual Marine Memorial Service, held in August, this detachment of Marines stands ready to pay respect for their fallen comrades in Veteran's Memorial Park.
Elk just immediately south of city limits, enjoying a spring morning with Mt. Rainier in the background.
The Enumclaw Golf Course is set in one of the most picturesque locations in the area. Enjoy a low cost round of golf while enjoying such amenities as Boise Creek (pictured) with the salmon run in the fall. A new restaurant and carts are ready for you, too! Call 360-825-2827 for a tee time today.
The Expo Center Fieldhouse, part of the Enumclaw Expo Center, once held a large outdoor pool, (where the photo has been taken) and still called by locals as Pete's Pool. The historic fieldhouse, built in 1940, is available for rent by contacting the Expo Center.
A picture of Mount Rainier, Washington State's highest peak at 14,411 feet, taken just west of Enumclaw.