Naches Visitor's Information Center
The Visitors Center is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day:
Naches Visitor Information Center
on Naches Ave at the historic Train Depot
1 block north of Hwy 12
Open Thursday thru Monday
11am to 3pm
Naches Train Depot Visitor’s Center
From Memorial Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend the historic Naches Train Depot serves as a Visitors Center sponsored by the Naches Valley Chamber of Commerce. Kaitlyn Young, a Naches High School graduate, is hosting the center for her third season this summer. The Visitor’s Center hours are Monday thru Thursday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. The goal of the Naches Chamber is to dispense information to visitors about our area.
There have been a lot of new features added since the Train Depot’s renovation unveiling on June 20, 2008. Two covered picnic areas with additional parking have been completed on the south west side of the Depot. The City of Naches is working on additional lawn area along Orchard Street and a sidewalk with street lamps along Second Street to Penny Avenue.
In addition, the most westerly end of the Greenway Path begins at the Train Depot and travels 3.5 miles east. The Yakima Greenway is working on receiving a grant that would enable them to pave another 3.5 miles leaving only about 4 miles to hook up with the Path at 40th Avenue in Yakima. Imagine being able to walk or ride your bike from Naches to Sarg Hubbard Park or the Yakima Area Arboretum. What a wonderful addition to Downtown Naches!
I hope you will visit us at the Train Depot and check out the historic renovated building. You can also come by anytime and enjoy the picnic areas, the landscaped exterior, and maybe take a stroll down the Greenway Path.
Naches Visitors Center housed in the renovated Train Depot
Guests can get information on a wide range of Things to See
and Things to Do in the Naches Valley and nearby mountains
Art Deco Spire and old wagons across from Visitors Center
Town Gazebo just minutes walk from the Center
Naches Trail to the Greenway - Trailhead
Just across the street from the Visitors Center
Antique Clock graces the wall of the Center
Extensive information on Naches Valley
and nearby Cascade Mountain attractions
Just next to the Visitor's Center you'll find covered picnic areas with ample parking.
View the 360° Photo showcasing the Town of Naches Visitors Center, Naches Trailhead, and Spire
click the photo for a high res version of the 360° Panorama
During the spring, fall and winter visitors can obtain information in Naches from:
US Forest Service Naches Ranger Station
Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests
10237 U.S. Highway 12
Naches, Washington 98937
Fax (509) 653-2638
as well as visiting these resource-rich community websites
Chinook Scenic Byway
White Pass Scenic Byway
Yakima Valley Visitors & Convention Bureau