Game Farm Wilderness Park
Located across the White River from the more popular Game Farm Park, the Wilderness Park is completely different. This park is designed to be more natural, preserving some of the woodlands along the river. One of the major features that brings people to the park is the White River Trail as it passes through the park, ending at the east end. Game Farm Wilderness Park also includes a campground, very unique for being in the city limits of Auburn. Most of the sites seem to tailor to recreation vehicles but some tent camping is encouraged. For groups, there is a Day Camp area where events can be held. Short trails exist in the area which include an 18-hole Disc Golf Course. Other Game Farm Wilderness Park Amenities include a kids play area, picnic shelter, open grassy space, restrooms, and fishing.
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From I-5 or Hwy 167, take 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.
2401 Stuck River Rd
Open year round, this campground gives campers access to a wilderness area within the Auburn City limits. The camping area is designed to accommodate recreation vehicles, trailers and tents. The 18 individual campsites have water, electricity hookups, picnic tables, and a firepit. There is a shared picnic shelter and an RV dump site. The day camp area is ideal for scouting, church or other group activities.
Game Farm Wilderness Park map