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Game Farm Wilderness

2401 Stuck River Rd
Community Park
10.0 acres
Dedicated in 1989

Game Farm Wilderness Park emphasizes a connection with the natural environment. It has limited development and has preserved most of the native woodland along the White River. The White River Trail continues along the river on the north side of the park from Kersey Way beyond the east end of the park. The park is designed for both overnight and daytime visitors. The group camping area is designed to accommodate recreation vehicles, providing each unit with water and power hook-ups.

Park Features

Park History

This property was also built with the state Department of Parks on land formerly a game and wildlife area. The property was also part of the Department of Game land, opposite side of the Stuck River from Game Farm Park. It was dedicated in 1989.

Driving Directions

2401 Stuck River Rd

From I-5 or Hwy 167, take the Hwy 18 East. Take the Auburn-Enumclaw exit. At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Auburn Way South. Continue south on Auburn Way. At the intersection of 'M' Street, be in the right hand lane to take Howard Road. At the end of the Howard Road, take a right onto 'R' St. SE. Continue on 'R' Street over the river. Turn left at the next road – Stuck River Rd. The park is on your left. The picnic shelter is at the end of the park road to the left. The RV Camping area is to the right as you enter the park.