Welcome to Eatonville, Washington. We are a close-knit community nestled among the foothills of beautiful Mt. Rainier. Our school district is proud of its commitment to excellence in education and its student achievement.
Such commitment to excellence comes in part from Eatonville's strong community spirit, where the citizens of Eatonville are proud of their youth and show great support for the district's academic growth and athletics. We invite you to take a look around our website and learn why we are proud to call Eatonville home.
During the first weekend in August, over one hundred artists, musicians, food vendors, and specialty car collectors come together to participate in the community's most colorful festival of the year. This event makes possible the eye glasses and hearing aid donations, school scholarships, and donations to Diabetes and LCIF.
Mark your calendar to attend this time-honored event and participate in the festivities.
Just a few miles east of Eatonville stands majestic Mount Rainier, towering above the region at 14,411 feet.
Mount Rainier National Park is a United States National Park located in southeast Washington state. It was was established in 1899 as the fifth national park in the United States and contains over 26 glaciers.
Mount Rainier is a popular peak for mountain climbers with over 10,000 climbers attempted to reach its summit each year. Of those 10,000, approximately 25 percent make it to the top.
This 725-acre park is home to more than 200 North American animals. In the park, visitors can embark on a comfortable tram and view at close range bighorn sheep, deer, Roosevelt elk, woodland caribou, mountain goats, bison and more. Five miles of nature trails await visitors as well as the Cheney Family Discovery Center where families of all ages can enjoy exciting hands-on experiences.
Come visit the Northwest Trek park and discover the beauty the great Northwest has to offer.