Flaming Geyser State Park


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Flaming Geyser State Park


Location:2.5 miles south of Black Diamond and 8 miles north of Enumclaw.
Facilities:Picnic areas and shelters, 6 kitchen shelters, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, hiking trails, bike trails, horse trails, game courts, ball fields, model airplane flying area.
Activities:Kayaking, fishing, river rafting, tube floating, swimming, bird watching, interpretive walks, hiking, biking, model airplane flying.
Special Features:Flaming Geyser derives its name from the seepage of methane gas from an old test core bored into the rock where coal was once mined. When ignited, the gas creates a small torch flame in a rock pit. Area is part of Green River Gorge State Park conservation area.
Address:23700 SE Flaming Geyser Rd
Auburn, WA 98092

Phone:253-931-3930
Web: www.parks.wa.gov/parkpage.asp?selectedpark=Flaming%20Geyser
Size: 480 acres.

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