Mima Mounds Natural Area, Little Rock 98512

The Mima Mounds Natural Area Preserve (NAP) was established in 1976 to protect rare examples of mima mound landforms and Puget prairie grasslands. The site includes a small Garry oak woodland and savannah (widely spaced oak trees with grass understory) and also supports a variety of prairie dependent butterflies and birds, and Douglas-fir forest. The NAP currently comprises 637...Read More »

, Olympia

The historic Chehalis Western Railroad, which operated from 1926 through the mid-1980's, has now become the Chehalis Western Trail.  The trail runs north-south through the heart of Thurston County and links up with the County-owned 14.5-mile Yelm-Tenino Trail. It passes through a variety of ecosystems and environments in both the urban and rural areas of the County. It provides...Read More »

2600 East Bay Drive NE , Olympia 98501

Priest Point Park has a deep and rich history. Missionaries of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate came to this area in 1848 to minister nearby Indian tribes. The site was claimed as St. Joseph's of New Market and was led by Father Pascal Ricard. Father Ricard and three other priests cleared the land, planted a large garden, built a chapel and operated a school for Indian boys. The...Read More »

7825 Old Hwy 99 SE, Olympia 98501

When you visit us at JAS we will welcome you as a guest. We provide complimentary coffee, soft drinks, snacks and fruit in a comfortable lounge. You can kick back, put your feet up and relax while your aircraft is being fueled or use the conference room for a business meeting. JAS can accommodate all of your needs while you are visiting the Olympia area.   JAS strives to...Read More »

4004 11th Ave NW, Olympia 98502

CSA CSA members receive a weekly box of fresh vegetables and herbs, mid-May to mid-November.  Small Share, Full Share and Extended Season options available. Call for directions and availability.

13208 – 201st Ave SW, Rochester 98579

CSA, Farmers Market, Special Order, Wholesale, Restaurants, Local Processors Certified Organic since 1994. We grow 100+ varieties of vegetables, herbs, strawberries, and veggie starts. CSA runs mid-June through October. Olympia Farmers Market from April-Dec. Bulk quantities of many crops for canning, freezing, & storage. PICKLING CUCUMBERS! Driving directions: I-5 exit 88,...Read More »

17101 Vircon Dr SW, Rochester 98579

Olympia Farmers Market & Greenhouses in Rochester 33 years of growing plant starts: annuals, perennials, strawberry plants, kitchen herbs, vegetable starts, and hanging baskets. Petting zoo on weekends during May and available for special occasions. Hours: Tues-Sun 10-5pm April 25th-July 3th. Driving directions: I-5 exit 88, W onto Hwy 12. R at 1st light, L on 196th to...Read More »

Yelm - Tenino - Rainier, WA, Yelm

The Yelm-Tenino trail corridor was acquired by Thurston County 1993. Historically it operated as a railroad from about 1869 through the late 1980's. This 14.5 mile line runs east-west through the southern portion of Thurston County and connects the communities of Yelm, Rainier, and Tenino. The trail traverses forest and agricultural lands, wetlands, creeks, and other habitat...Read More »

3639 Skookumchuck Rd SE, Tenino 98589

U-Pick, Special Order, Wholesale, Phone/Email Riverbend Ranch offers Grass Fed/Finished beef, all natural farm raised pork, feeder calves, over a century old wedding barn venue, Christmas trees, and 1st and 2nd cutting Timothy or Orchard grass hay in square and round bales. Please visit our website for more information. From I-5 take exit 88, go east 10 miles to Tenino,...Read More »

415 4th Avenue E., Olympia 98501

The Artesian Well, located between 4th Avenue E, and Jefferson Street (former Diamond Parking Lot), is at 415 4th Avenue E.  It is reported the well was constructed between 1895 and 1915 on the former railroad station site, now Olympic Outfitters.