Explore our Local Area Guide to find fun activities, attractions and things to do during your stay in the historic town of Roslyn.
109 W Pennsylvania Ave, Roslyn, WA
Want to have fun out in the forest around us here in Roslyn? Then this is the place to go. They do everything to; Bike Rentals, Snowshoe Rentals, Bicycle sales and repairs located in the heart of downtown. Check out their Fat bike rentals and group trips in the groomed trails around Roslyn.
Crow Creek Guide Services
50 No 245 Rd, Cle Elum, WA
Have you always wanted to learn to fly fishing? Look no further because you won`t find a nicer group of folks to teach you! Get out on the river in beautiful Upper Kittitas County (or, `UKC` to the locals).
Roslyn Trails Alliance
The Roslyn Trails Alliance helps, build, maintain and advocate for trails in the Roslyn area which acts as the gateway to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness & Teanaway Community Forest.
Check out their website for information on trails in the area.
The Roslyn Yard
102 W Pennsylvania Ave, Roslyn, WA
Did you see that pretty little open space between the Brick and Basecamp? That`s the Roslyn Yard! It`s an open space owned and operated by Basecamp Books and Bites; you`ll find a community firepit, outdoor games for the kids to play, live music, and an occasional Brewfest! Summertime outdoor movies are a family favorite in The Yard.
You can also find a rousing game of trivia happening each Wednesday night at 6pm, at Basecamp Books and Bites.
Check the Basecamp website for details.
The Roslyn Museum
203 W Pennsylvania Ave, Roslyn, WA
Roslyn, founded in 1886, has a rich history of diversity and tenacity during the coal mining era and beyond. Duck into the museum for peek at what was once a booming town of industry and see how it evolved into a site for the Pop Culture television show Northern Exposure.
Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm.
101 E. Pennsylvania Ave. Roslyn, WA 98941
Fused is a beautiful glass studio, gallery, giftshop, and workshop. Come with your friends and create your own creative glass art, through classes and instruction by Tony! Hours are: Wednesday - Sunday: 10:30am - 6pm Monday and Tuesday with select scheduling!
Cle Elum Lake
Cle Elum, WA
Just seven miles northwest of Cle Elum is this stunning lake! Fishing season is open year-round, but there are no boat launch facilities after mid-summer due to excessive reservoir drawdown. Follow Hwy 903 through Roslyn toward Salmon La Sac and you`ll come upon the expansive lake and reservoir perfect for fishing, boating, and outdoor recreation.
The Coal Mines Trail
It doesn`t get any easier to access this trail. It`s quite literally right out our front door here in Roslyn. Hiking, biking, or strolling along it just doesn`t get any prettier than the Coal Mines Trail. From Cle Elum to Ronald WA.
Washington State Horse Park
1202 Douglas Munro Blvd, Cle Elum, WA
The Washington State Horse Park is a 501c(3) Non-Profit Organization. With the mission to build, promote, operate and sustain the premier destination for horse activities in the Pacific Northwest. The Horse Park is the premier equestrian facility in Washington state, serving the recreational, competitive and educational needs of riders and horse enthusiasts in all disciplines, age groups and skill levels. The venue provides ample facilities to accommodate small-to-large size shows as well as less formal activities.
Horseback Riding- 3 Peaks Outfitters
Cle Elum, WA
Sleigh rides, Trail Rides, Wilderness Trip and Hunting. Three Peaks Outfitters offers guided horseback riding and overnight trips into the Alpine Lakes Wilderness, as well as day trips and sleighrides in the winter (weather conditions permitting).
113 East First St Cle Elum, WA 98922
Troutwater is a guide service & fly shop in Cle Elum. They provide guided fly-fishing trips for trout on the Yakima and Methow rivers, as well as steelhead trips on the Methow, Klickitat and Grande Ronde rivers.
Roslyn Walking Tours
Located just 80 miles east of Seattle in the Cascade mountains, Roslyn, WA was is a designated heritage city, founded during Washington's territorial period of 1853 - 1889 as a coal mining town. Today, it's home to many residents and local businesses and is a hot spot for tourists and outdoor lovers. With historic coal mines, ethnic cemeteries, and the longest continuously running saloon in Washington, Roslyn has been, and is, a going place. Join long time museum docent and storyteller Dave Franklin on a walking tour of the town for historical facts, inside information, and good stories.
Roslyn may have began as a coal mining town, but it might be most well known as the filming site for the TV series "Northern Exposure." Around town you will find many iconic landmarks from the show including Roslyn Grocery, KBHR Radio Station Set, and Cicely's Gift Shop to name a few.