Federation Forest State Park

4.66 Votes
  • Address: 49201 WA-410, Enumclaw, WA 98022, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-3609028844
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids

Federation Forest State Park is a day-use natural area with 619 acres of old growth evergreens. Located along the White River, the park provides visitors with 12 miles of hiking trail, three interpretive trails, an interpretive center with a gift shop and four picnic areas. This park is for day-use only and has no overnight camping or parking. There are two picnic shelters without electricity and five sheltered picnic tables. The upper picnic area has drinking fountains, a covered shelter, braziers and restrooms with running water.

How to Reach Federation Forest State Park

  • By rented car or taxi.

  • Federation Forest State Park Address: 49201 WA-410, Enumclaw, WA 98022, USA, United States
  • Federation Forest State Park Contact Number: +1-3609028844
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  • 40% of people who visit Enumclaw include Federation Forest State Park in their plan

  • 40% of people start their Federation Forest State Park visit around 6 PM - 7 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Federation Forest State Park

Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Federation Forest State Park

People normally club together Nolte State Park and Walker Lake while planning their visit to Federation Forest State Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Federation Forest State Park Reviews & Ratings

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  • Absolutely beautiful park! The interpretative center was closed Friday afternoon so I didn't get to visit it but the park itself and the trails were beautiful. The air smelled divine, and the sound of the birds and river rushing was cathartic. I did feel a little lost once I got to river and wasn't sure how to get back to the parking lot so it'd be helpful to have signs on the trail but I used my intuition and common sense and found my way back.

  • Awesome place to camp. It can get pretty crowded during the summer months, but once you get off the beaten track, it gives you a sense of freedom that you only have when outside the city and away from civilization. I've made it a habit of camping in this forest at least twice a year. Please be respectful of the locals and wildlife.

  • Great area, beautiful views and a decent amount of hiking trails. Get an amazing feel of the northwestern wilderness. Be ready to drive more than 20 minutes to get somewhere to hike. Negatives: Many areas require a purchased state park pass to park vehicles. Abundant amounts of bussiness owned and logging land crisscross and overwhelm publicly accessible land.

  • Great views with picnic areas and multiple trails. Pet friendly. You need a Discovery Pass or pay $10 cash for the day (there is no credit card machine for day passes).

  • Nice park. We pulled off the main road at a side path down to the river and walked around for 30 mins. Nice, cool, and very relaxing

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