It’s here!!! Lookout Tower at Pinnacle Peak Park

What’s 30 feet in the air and gives you an extra workout at the top of Mount Peak?

Why, that’d be a replica fire lookout tower in Pinnacle Peak Park in Enumclaw!

Community Meeting – June 9, 2022

To improve the view from the new tower to Mt. Rainier and other locations we are working to develop a plan for selected trimming tree and removal.

Please join us on June 9 to learn more about the proposed plan and share your input.

When: June 9, 2022 6 p.m.

Where: 1622 Cole Street, event venue at Cole and Myrtle in downtown Enumclaw

Check out our photos from the ceremonial ribbon cutting, held Oct 16.

Here are some photos from the construction.

About the project

Through our Community Partnerships and Grants Program (CPG), King County Parks has been working with the Mt Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association to design, fund, and build a lookout tower at the top of Mount Peak. The design is reminiscent of the fire lookout tower that was decommissioned in 1966.

The Mt Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association is a community-based organization that formed in 2016 with the goal of enhancing the visitor experience at Pinnacle Peak Park and paying homage to the area’s history through the construction and maintenance of the tower.

The tower is roughly the same scale as the one that stood in 1966, with a 20-foot by 20-foot view deck approximately 30 feet off the ground. From the deck, visitors will have stunning views of Mount Rainier and the Port of Tacoma, along with sweeping views of the valley and foothills.

Funding for this project includes $295,000 from King County Parks’ CPG Program to the Mt. Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association, which matched that with $1,305,000 in grants and in-kind services and donations.

For more information, follow Mt Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association on Facebook at

Here’s some recent press on this project:

One thought on “It’s here!!! Lookout Tower at Pinnacle Peak Park

  1. page says closure notifications will be posted here, but yet to see one…there were cut trees on top Fri 7/9 and they were gone Mon 7/12. Have to assume there were closures?

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