Cozy cottages and RV camping is available, along with fishing and boat rentals. The general store has everything from fishing lures, food, and flip-flops in case you find yourself in need. The Lady of the Lake Public House Restaurant welcomes visitors with classic American dishes in a serene setting on the shores of Offut Lake. A chat with owner Becky is especially nice if you get the chance, she’s a gracious host and you can just feel the love she has for the place.
The town of Tenino, also known as “The Stone City,” bears a testament to its origins. Many of the buildings on the main avenue are made of sandstone that was mined from the local quarry. Today the old quarry serves as the town’s swimming pool, complete with a lifeguard and diving boards. Also nearby is Wolf Haven, a nationally recognized wolf sanctuary that rescues displaced, captive born wolves. The guided 50-minute walking tour offers visitors a rare, close-up view of these beautiful animals. To date, Wolf Haven has rescued and provided a lifetime home to more than 300 wolves!