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If you're planning a trip to Ellensburg, there are a handful of wine tasting rooms worth building into your itinerary. Here's a look at some of the best wine attractions the city has to offer.
"The City of Ellensburg is proud to be home to a wide variety of small craft brewing companies," says Amy McGuffin director of tourism for Ellensburg Tourism. "This makes hunting down craft beer favorites easy and enjoyable."
Whether your preferred way of exploring the great outdoors and the natural beauty of Washington state is by foot, bike or horseback, the Palouse To Cascades State Park Trail has a lot to offer.

Get to know the trail, and begin planning your outdoor adventure today!
Secreted away under the steep-pitched roof of The Yellow Church Cafe, patrons find artistry, rich comfort food and a warm atmosphere in Ellensburg, Washington. Customers rave the gourmet eats are truly divine, and in this 1923 historic church building, that's no joke.
Central Washington is home to beautiful scenery, friendly people and many hidden treasures, including Helen McCabe State Park in Ellensburg, an oasis of fun and recreation recently upgraded for maximum enjoyment.
If you enjoy Mother Nature at her most peaceful and serene, consider visiting Lion Rock Campground. There, overlooking the Central Cascades, you're sure to slow down and become inspired by the area's quiet beauty.
Just east of Ellensburg, tucked into a patchwork landscape of farms, Paul Rogers Wildlife Park is a quiet, beautiful place to walk a dog, take a brisk hike or engage in some casual bird-watching. Willows, native grasses and wildflowers make it lovely year-round and one of the community's best-kept natural secrets.
Along the Yakima River in Ellensburg lies a largely undiscovered gem, Irene Rinehart Riverfront Park. This charming 117-acre park offers an array of amenities for families and nature-lovers alike and is less than a two-hour drive southeast from Seattle.
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