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Olmstead Place State Park

Olmstead Place State Park – Recreating the Lifestyle of the Old-time Pioneers

Size: 217 Acres

Overview: Recreating the lifestyle of the old-time pioneers, Olmstead Place State Park is an educational facility that features a working pioneer farm. Watch century-old artifacts in action as the park mimics life on the American frontier.

Learning is fun and easy with guided tours, special events, and elaborate school field trips including butter churning and educational games. History enthusiasts in love may even book a garden wedding here.

Schedule your visit to Olmstead Place State Park to experience a piece of our shared American heritage.

Visitors to Washington state parks and state recreation lands managed by the Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources are required to display a daily or annual Discover Pass on their vehicles.

Fees, permits and reservations may apply.

921 N. Ferguson Road

Ellensburg, WA 98926

(509) 925-1943            

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