Water Sports, Picnicking and More at Nearby Flaming Geyser State Park
The park’s name comes from a remarkable geological feature of once-active cluster of methane seeps. Due to depletion of the methane, there’s no longer any flame at Flaming Geyser, but visitors can read all about the history of the flame on a series of interpretive park panels.
Rafting, Tubing and Kayaking
Flaming Geyser has more than three miles of freshwater shoreline on the Green River for access by rafts, kayaks and river tubes. When the dog days of summer hit, and Ten Trails residents need some relief from the heat, the icy-cold waters of the Green River are a great place to cool off and hang out with friends and neighbors.
Guided and Interpretive Tours
Visitors can schedule an interpretive walk through Flaming Geyser Park with a park ranger, or take a self-guided salmon interpretive trail walk using signage that is located along the river. In addition to touring, visitors can play a game of volleyball on one of park’s four volleyball courts or hike along some of the park’s many trails.
Get Your Washington State Parks Discover Pass