Day One: Afternoon
Who doesn't love a good sandwich? Pair it with a yummy side of soup and you got yourself a delicious meal.
2) Take a Picture with Ellensburg's "The Bull"
Explore the various shops of downtown Ellensburg and then take your picture with the famous "Ellensburg Bull". Learn about the history of the Ellensburg Bull and its sculptor Richard Beyer, here
3) Leah Polacek Butterfly Garden
Bring the family and enjoy the peaceful Leah Polacek Butterfly Garden. Adore the beautiful and unique butterflies that frequent this garden. Make sure to bring your camera to take pictures of these magnificent insects.
Day One: Evening
Known for the famous "Ellensburger," Rossow's is a must stop for burger aficionados. Their Ellensburg takes a spin on the class cheeseburger by adding grilled ham. Not one for trying new things? Don't worry their Deluxe Cheese Burger is one of the many great options for a good, juicy burger.
Cle Elum, WA
Great service and even better food. Caboose Bar and Grill has a kid friendly side, so you can enjoy the delicious food with your whole family.
3) Turnout Café
A newly renovated interior gives the Turnout Cafe a relaxing and chic atmosphere. Past customers rave about their burgers. Don't miss their delicious truffle fries. Have a gluten allergy? Don't worry Turnout Café
makes yummy gluten free burgers, too.
Day Two: Morning
1) ABC Donuts
There is nothing much better than starting your morning with a fresh donut. With a great selection, you can find a donut to please everyone in the family.
Cle Elum, WA
Suncadia's Rope Rider Course is perfect for the whole family. With youth tees on every hole and shorter three and six-hole loops so you don't have to spend the hole day on the course.
Snowshoes are available to rent here.
3) Fish at Lavender Lake
Wake up early, grab your fishing rods and head to Lavender Lake for a great morning of fishing. You can find Rainbow Trout and other lake trout in the lake. Don't forget to purchase your fishing license
: kids who are 14 and younger don't need a fishing license in the state of WA. Teens 15 years of age are required to buy a youth fishing license, which allows them to fish in both fresh and saltwater. First time fishing with kids? Check out some tips from WDFW
Day Two: Afternoon
Fiesta En Jalisco serves authentic Mexican cuisine that are traditionally hand-crafted to perfection. With a special menu for kids, you can find great priced meals even for the "picky" one in the family.
2) Rock N Tomahawk Ranch: Rock Hounding
Rock N' Tomahawk Ranch allows agate hunting at $5 per person and $2.50 for children 5-10. Children under 5 are free. Spend the afternoon searching for the rare blue agate, or just have exploring the property and digging for treasures.
A popular spot on warm days for local families and students, People's Pond, also known as Carey Lake, is part of the Irene Rinehart Riverfront Park. With large grassy areas and beautiful views of the lake, People's Pond is the perfect spot for a picnic with the family.