Thurston County Area Adventure Page

April 20, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

City Life!

Capital
With mild winters and gratifyingly warm summers, the city of Olympia serves as a fantastic place to experience outdoor recreation, including in one of its 40 public parks. Residents enjoy the benefits of an educated community, stable work force, and a well-supported school system. The historic downtown portion of Olympia offers wide-ranging array of shopping and dining experiences, while Olympia’s westside is a regional shopping destination home to numerous national brand stores and the auto mall.

National Parks!

Pacific
Discover the incredible wilderness sheltered in the Olympic National Park. With nearly a million acres of forest and lakes, the park is the perfect place for a day filled with boating, backpacking and wildlife viewing.

Beautiful Peaks!

Beautiful
Explore one the iconic national parks of the Washington landscape for an unforgettable time in nature. Wildflower meadows and ancient forests surrounding the icy volcano of Mt. Rainier are sure to impress anyone brave enough to venture for a day of hiking or biking into this beautiful park.

Casino Scene!

Win
Play and master your favorite games at the Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel. Whether you like slots or blackjack, or you just want to unwind in an indoor pool and enjoy a tasty steak, the luxurious Lucky Eagle is for you.

Shopping!

Front
Check out the new offers at your favorite retailers at the Capital Mall. With tons of stores and restaurants to choose from, you’ll never get bored spending an afternoon here. And you can always catch the latest blockbuster at the Century Theatre on the 1st floor of the mall.

Hotels!

Best
For those night you want to spend in comfort and relaxation, the city of Olympia hosts a variety of well-known hotels. Some of these hotels include a Ramada by Wyndham, a Best Western Plus, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, a Hampton Inn & Suites, and a TownePlace Suites by Marriott.

Skiing and Snowboarding!

Tackle
Just a couple hours outside of Thurston County, you’ll find Crystal Mountain Resort. The resort lies a mere six miles away from Mt. Rainier National Park’s Northeast entrance, a region known as the popular Sunrise area of the park. Crystal Mountain Resort is the perfect place to experience pure Washington wilderness while being nestled amongst wildflower-filled wilderness and stunning forests.

Additional Photos


Mt. Rainier Overlooking Budd Inlet in Olympia

Mt. Rainier Overlooking Budd Inlet in Olympia



Docks at Budd Inlet

Docks at Budd Inlet



The Home Course - Golf Course in DuPont, WA

The Home Course - Golf Course in DuPont, WA


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