Ohop

Located in South Pierce County and bordered by the towns of Roy and Eatonville, 30 miles south of Tacoma, the settlement of Ohop, is currently petitioning for recognition as a township. The area had been owned by the Klickitat Native American tribe and they would come to share it with settlers starting in the mid-1880s. The two groups generally co-existed, and there were many instances where the natives helped the settlers establish farms and shared their own food. The town of Ohop grew rapidly, owing to the lucrative logging business and the tourism from the excellent view of Mount Rainier. A thriving logging trade still exists and the valley is still inhabited, however the settlement is only sparsely populated. 

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There is an abundance of things to do in the area, each place being unique. Whether you are new to the area or just looking for something new to do, we have compiled a list of resources, to give you a taste for the area. Click on the Blue Links below to learn more!

 

Government 
Ohop/Eatonville 
Pierce County 
Eatonville Fire & Rescue 
Police
Eatonville Chamber

Economic Development Board Pierce County
Population: Census Link 

 

Schools

Eatonville School District has 1 high school, 1 Middle School, 2 elementary Schools

Recreation/Entertainment
Deep Forest Challenge

Eatonville Farmer’s market

Fishing: Ohop Lake

Hiking

History of Ohop Valley

Morton Loggers 

Mt. Rainier National Park

Mt Rainier Railroad and Logging Museum

Northwest Trek

Ohop Lake Improvements Club
Ohop Valley Boys 

Pierce County Library System 

Pioneer Farm Museum


Employers in the Area

City of Yelm

Eatonville School District
Pierce County 

Town of Eatonville
State of Washington