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Ashford, 23 miles
Auburn, 62 miles
Buckley, 59 miles
Crystal Mountain, 46 miles
Eatonville, 44 miles
Elbe, 31 miles
Enumclaw, 63 miles
Greenwater, 19 miles
Mineral, 19 miles
Morton, 30 miles
Packwood, 29 miles
Randle, 48 miles
Tacoma, 60 miles
Yakima, 74 miles

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Mount Rainier National Park

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Longmire is 95 miles (153 km) southeast of Seattle. Site of the Mineral Spring Resort as developed by James Longmire in 1884.

Longmire Museum is housed in the park's original headquarters.

Scenic Sights

The Grove of the Patriarchs is a short walk from the parking area near the Stevens Canyon Entrance. Douglas fir, western red-cedar and western hemlock.

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