Historic Thorp Mill

Priority Areas:
Upper Yakima Basin
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Built in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1977, the Thorp Grist Mill is the oldest industrial artifact in Kittitas County. See a remarkable collection of handmade wooden mill machinery in this small museum, open in the summer.

Details:
Standard Campground; 10 campsites
Features:
Features: Historic Site, Interpretive Signs
Recreation Options:
Summer Sports: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
Amenities:
Amenities: Bathroom, Campground, Group Camp Site, Horse Facilities, Picnic Tables, Potable Water, Tour
Facilities:
Facilites: Trails
Campground:
Standard Campground
Reservations:
Reservations: Reservations recommended - Phone reservations 509-964-9640
Season:
Season: Year round (Open)
Pass or Permit Required:
Free - No fee or pass
Location:
11640 N Thorp Hwy,
Website:
Website
Driving Directions:
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