World-Famous National Parks in Your Back Yard
Randle is an unincorporated community in eastern Lewis County. Not many places can lay claim to having a world-famous National Park right in their own back yard—Randle has three. Randle is sandwiched between Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mt. Rainier National Park and sits at the North East access point to Mt. St Helens. Located a few miles from White Pass ski area, there are numerous recreational opportunities available year-round.
Our stud mill in Randle is less than a half hour drive from our mill and Morton. Together, these two facilities are known as our “Cowlitz stud mills.”
- A few miles east of Randle lies the town of Packwood, WA, which hosts the Mountain Festival each spring to celebrate “mountain culture,” local crafts, and Native American heritage.