Welcome to "One of a Kind" Waitsburg
Waitsburg is a great place to visit, from our small independent businesses to our friendly people. Enjoy Waitsburg's accommodations, have a great meal and peruse our local shops. Come sample some of the area's finest wines and craft beers. Our region is full of recreation opportunities, including cycling, boating, fishing, horseback riding, hiking historic trails, swimming and skiing. It's an experience you won't want to miss!
BRUCE MEMORIAL MUSEUM
318 Main Street, Waitsburg, WA
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Pioneer Fall Festival - 3rd Sunday in September
Tours by Appointment: Daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Call: 509-337-6157 or 509-337-3009
A docent will meet you at the entrance to the Bruce House Museum within 15 minutes.
Annual memberships in the Waitsburg Historical Society benefit the continued restoration of the Bruce House.
Visit Main Street Waitsburg and stop to play a game or snap a picture with our beautiful bronze sculptures. Get game pieces at Weller Public Library to play "The Waitsburg Story" (artist Wayne Chabre) with Fannie Weller. Then cross the street to pose with the City's founding fathers in "The Waitsburg Trilogy" (artist Jeffrey Hill) located in front of City Hall, and meander down further to see "The Waitsburg Monument" (artist Squire Broel) that features markings made by our Waitsburg kids and community members!
Coppei Avenue & Hwy 12
Waitsburg, WA 99361
Our city park is the perfect place to take a break and relax. Cool off under the lush canopy of trees, have fun on the playground, or take advantage of the BBQ grills for the perfect picnic. If you listen closely, you might even hear the hooting of our resident owls. Dogs are welcome, provided that they are on leash and any waste is bagged and disposed of in the trash. The park is conveniently located on Highway 12, and just a block from historic Main Street.
LEWIS & CLARK TRAIL STATE PARK
36149 Hwy 12
Dayton, WA 99328-9500
This Touchet River park features numerous campsites, picnic areas, shelters and trails, and an amphitheater. Fishing, hiking and camping are popular activities here. Park Rangers offer talks/reenactments on Lewis & Clark, local natives, trappers, regional plants and pioneers every summer. Located 3 miles east of Waitsburg.