call,central,washington,color 888-925-2204     email,central,washington,color EMAIL     blog,central,washington,color BLOG


central,washington,color,home,page | Where to Go | Easton
Easton, the first town east of Snoqualmie Pass, is home to a few unique businesses and ample recreation opportunities. The Easton saloon parking lot is often packed with snowmobilers in the winter. The Parkside Cafe & Turtle Lounge is another popular spot.

In the summer, people flock to 516-Acre Lake Easton State Park to boat, fish, hike, and test the lake's cold water. The Palouse to Cascades State Park Trail runs along the southern edge of the park and into town, which is about a mile from the lake.

In the winter, snowmobilers, cross-country skiers, and sledders play in the old-growth forest surrounding the Yakima River and the lake, which is a reservoir of the river. The state park and an RV park along the shore of Lake Easton are popular for camping in the summer, and reservations are often necessary on weekends at the state park.

For a town with slightly fewer than 500 residents, Easton throws a big party on Memorial Day weekend. The parade on Railroad Street is one of the best in the country. The celebration started in the 1990's and has included a pancake breakfast, street fair, live music, raffle, talent show & car show.

Stay in the know!
Sign up for FREE newsletters on the latest Central Washington updates!

  Plan your trip with our
      and FREE Brochures & Newsletters


Live Life in Color
This is Central Washington, and this is an outdoorsman's paradise. For those wishing to hike, bike, golf, hunt, or fish, our scenic little part of Washington is beyond compare. Ranging from the Cascades to the Columbia, there are over 2,300 square miles to explore. Plan your stay and get exploring.
Find more winter activities


central,washington,color,on,twitter   central,washington,color,on,facebook   central,washington,color,on,instagram   central,washington,color,on,you tube   central,washington,color,blog
Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce

A Land of Contrasts
From the mighty Columbia River to the snow-capped Cascade Mountains, Kittitas County is a premier destination for outdoor adventure, sunshine and unique cultural offerings.

Find out more at one of our Visitors Centers:

Ellensburg, WA
609 N. Main St, Ellensburg

Cle Elum, WA
312 W 1st Street, Cle Elum
  Planning Your Trip
Top 10 Reason to Visit
Travel Maps
Add Business or Event
Press Release
Visitors' Center
About Central Washington
Privacy Statement
Logo Guidelines
Media Room

Site Created by: Genesis Marketing

Click to chat