Entiat’s Numeral Mountain has been a tradition since 1923. Each year, seniors design their graduating year number, and paint it on the steep cliffs overlooking the Entiat River. Numeral Mountain is well known and has been publicized in Life Magazine and National Geographic. There is a deep feeling of pride when graduates see their class number on the mountain.
Join us as we create the world's first center for education, training, research and interpretation of Wildland Fire....nature's most dramatic agent of change.
Come walk the Trail of Fire and Forest and view historic lookouts....
This museum resides in a home built in 1895, and is one of the two remaining buildings after the catastrophic flood in the 1950s when Rocky Reach Dam was constructed. The museum site was dedicated in July, 1979 and displays historical items of the logging and fruit industries of the early years. Viewing every Saturday from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends at 10:00 a.m
Named a historic site, a high level earthquake hit this area in 1872 and deposited enough rock and boulders below to dam the Columbia River for a period of time. Indians living in pit houses in this area at that time quickly moved to a safer location to the south.
This mitigation hatchery for Grand Coulee Dam was constructed in 1940 and primarily is a hatchery for spring Chinook salmon. Visitation hours are from dawn to dusk and viewing of adult salmon occurs from mid May till the first week in September. The hatchery hosts a kids’ fishing day the first Saturday in June and an open house the last Saturday in August.
Lake Entiat is the "Gateway to Recreation" - Hiking, Fishing, Hunting, Camping, Water Skiing, Snowmobiling, Mountain Biking, Horseback Riding, Cross Country, Motorcycle Trail Riding.