MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT ALL INDOOR LOCATIONS WITHIN MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK.

Travel and Road updates:

Travelers can expect daytime one-way alternating traffic for chip seal work 13.6-miles of SR 706 generally between SR 7 and Mount Rainier National Park (milepost 0.01 to 13.6) between April and September. There also will be reduced speed limits within each work zone.

The Grove of the Patriarchs is closed to all public entry effective November 17, 2021 and until further notice.

On the west side, Stevens Canyon Road is OPEN from Paradise Road wye to Snow & Bench Lake Trailhead, with access to Reflection Lake.

On the east side, Stevens Canyon Road is OPEN from SR123 to the Grove of the Patriarchs Trailhead. Note that the Grove remains closed due to damage from flooding. The Grove of the Patriarchs parking lot and restrooms are open, along with access to the Eastside and Silver Falls Trails.

The middle portion of Stevens Canyon Road remains CLOSED to all use, including bicycling. Estimated opening date to be determined. Once the road opens for the season, Stevens Canyon Road will be closed Mon-Thurs due to construction; open with 30 minute delays Fri-Sun. NOTE: We anticipate visitors will be able to access Box Canyon during the proposed construction period. Please continue to monitor park communications for the latest updates.

For more updates: https://www.nps.gov/mora/planyourvisit/road-status.htm

Dining at Sunrise Day Lodge

Sunrise Lodge has closed for the 2021 season. See you next year!!!

The intrepid vacationer can explore more than the wilderness with Mount Rainier National Park’s exquisite dining options. The dining rooms of Paradise Inn and National Park Inn offer signature dishes with a variety of American favorites.

We also offer a variety of cafes in the park where you can sit and relax over a hearty meal and refreshing beverage or grab-and-go as you continue your adventurous exploration of Rainier.

Our expert culinary staff utilizes organic ingredients produced by sustainable agriculture when available. In the great Northwest, we have the magnificent mountains, Pacific coast, and America’s farms all around us. Gently blend with the best climate for growing and tending, and you have the magic recipe for great food.

Sunrise Day Lodge

Plan a visit to Sunrise, located at 6400 feet, the highest point in the park accessible by car. Explore the sub-alpine meadows with breathtaking views of the volcanoes in the Cascade Range and Emmons Glacier.

The Sunrise Day Lodge features a snack bar with hearty dining options for the entire family. Enjoy a mouth-watering cheeseburger hot off the grill, super all-beef hot dogs, deli sandwiches, chili, soup, and soft-serve ice cream cones. Dine in or take out and enjoy a picnic surrounded by the awesome beauty of Sunrise.