The first time you drive through Tehaleh, you know you’re someplace very special. A beautiful community peers through fir trees, winding trails and a sense of community you can only dream about—all under the thoughtful gaze of Mount Rainier.
Want to know the best spots for hiking and picnicking? Or the best dessert at Caffé D’arte? Get the insider’s point of view of Tehaleh from our Tehaleh Ambassadors. These friendly Tehaleh residents are here to help answer any and all of your questions about living and playing in Tehaleh.
Local foodies flock to the Duris Cucumber Farm, known far and wide for its cucumbers, strawberries and pumpkin patch. This family venture was established in 1955, when Hazel Duris started to make pickles from cucumbers she grew in the family garden. Try this delicious pickle recipe!
If you ever wondered what Tehaleh means, stop by the community welcome center, The Post and check out our new chalk art mural where you can learn about Tehaleh and the meaning behind some of our most significant names.
What is geocaching? Residents are bringing a fun and exciting new scavenger hunt game to Tehaleh - geocaching, and hiding these hidden gems all over the community. And we all know, in Tehaleh, there are always new treasures to find.
Residents are living the ultimate in Northwest outdoor lifestyles in Tehaleh. Led by resident fitness expert Gina Rittenhouse, who also owns Fleet Feet Bonney Lake, homeowners of all ages get together several times a week to run the trails right out their back doors.