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Flaming Geyser State Park

Flaming Geyser State Park is a hotspot for sounds of happiness, from the river to the field. An assortment of model planes fly and swoop overhead across an area of the park set aside for such activity as rafters and kayakers glide past its banks. Flaming Geyser State Park is a great place to find peace and tranquility. Visitors can explore the many hiking trails, fish in the river, or just relax in the natural beauty of the park. The sounds of happiness will be sure to follow you home from your visit to Flaming Geyser State Park.

This rural gem in Enumclaw, located on a lovely stretch of the Green River east of Auburn, offers wooded walking and horse paths, as well as open fields for play and views of the fall salmon runs and exquisite summer swimming, and fishing, and just hanging out.

Flaming Geyser, a day-use park, is located around a “flaming geyser,” or cluster of formerly active methane seeps, which is unique to the area. Because the methane source has run out, the flame no longer burns. However, interpretive panels at the site will intrigue visitors about the ongoing vitality of Earth’s planet. This is also the location to host a company barbecue, birthday party, or family reunion with four group picnic areas. Each area can be booked for a special event and seats 50 people.

Green River Flaming Geyser State Park is a 503-acre day-use park with over 3 miles of freshwater beachfront on the Green River. An automated pay station for visitors to buy a one-day or annual Discover Pass is available at this park, which has an alcohol ban and is strictly enforced throughout the park, including picnic shelters. With one week’s notice, a park ranger may lead tours of Flaming Geyser and river habitats. The Salmon Interpretive Trail is also self-guided and ADA accessible! There is even a remote-control, model-airplane flying area and an open field for equestrian use! This park truly has it all.

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