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Things To Do
King County Aquatics Center
650 SW Campus Drive. Three pools and facilities for competitive or recreational swimming and diving. For more information, call 296-4444
Northwest Trek
11610 Trek Drive East, Eatonville. Buffalo, bear, wolves, cougar, lynx, birds of prey and other North American animals within a 600-acre park. Enjoy five miles of nature trails and tram tours of animal habitats. For more information, call 847-1901
Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection
Weyerhaeuser Company, 33663 Weyerhaeuser Way South. An outdoor “living art” museum featuring more than 50 examples of bonsai. The collection includes bonsai art from the Pacific rim nations of Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. Free of charge to the Public. 924-7453 or 924-3153
RSF Rhododendron Garden
2525 South 336th Street on the Weyerhaeuser Corporate Campus. The garden features 500 rhododendron species from around the world. Open year-round. 661-937
Federal Way Philharmonic
Amateur and professional musicians directed by world renowned pianist and conductor, A. Brian Davenport. Performances often include well-known vocal and instrumental soloists. For more information, call 839-9132
Wing Luke Asian Museum
407 Seventh Avenue South, Seattle. Located in Seattle’s International District. The Wing Luke Museum, named in honor of Seattle’s first Asian city councilman, contains Asian artifacts, folk art, and cultural exhibits. 623-5124
Pike Place Market
Pike Street and 1st Avenue, Seattle. The Market is an incredible profusion of over 40 interesting buildings and a variety of 150 individual stalls, shops and restaurants For more information, call 682-7453
Seattle Center / Space Needle
305 Harrison Street, Seattle. Developed in 1962 for the successful Seattle World’s Fair, it is still the cultural heart of the city. The Pacific Science Center has hands-on displays. The Imax Theatre has laser shows. The Bagley Wright Theatre is home to Seattle’s Repertory Company, and the Opera House hosts the Pacific Northwest Ballet and Seattle Opera. On weekends between April and October, there is a beehive of activity, such as outdoor concerts, amusement park attractions, impromptu performances and special events from throughout the State. 684-7200
Kanaskat-Palmer State Park
11 miles northeast of Enumclaw along the Green River. Fishing, kayaking, camping, and river rafting. 360/886-0148
Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument
A two-hour drive south yields up-close views of what remains of the 110,000 acre volcanic monument since its explosion in 1980. An interpretive center on Coldwater Ridge describes the area’s natural recovery since the 1980 eruption. 360/247-5473
Mount Rainier National Park
Tahoma Woods, Star Route, Ashford, Washington. Mount Rainier is located between Tacoma and Yakima. It holds the largest single-peak glacial system in the nation. Recreation opportunities include camping, hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Visitor Centers at Paradise, Longmire, Ohanapecosh, and Sunrise have exhibits on a variety of park features. The Nisqually Entrance and the Nisqually Paradise Road are open year-round, weather permitting. Other entrances and roads are closed in winter. 360/569-2211
Woodland Park Zoo
5500 Phinney Avenue North, Seattle. Recent additions at the zoo make it even more of an adventure. Award winning natural habitat exhibits include an African Savanna, a tropical forest, nocturnal house, mountain habitat and a petting zoo. For more information, call 206/684-4800
Saltwater State Park
North of Federal Way on Highway 509. Located on the Puget Sound, the park is popular for picnicking, hiking, shore fishing, and clamming. Scuba divers will be attracted to the artificial underwater reef which supports marine and plant life
Dash Point State Park
West Federal Way on the shores of Puget Sound, Hwy. 509. A popular area providing hiking, swimming, beach combing, fishing, picknicking and camping. 253/593-2206

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