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A new way to live, both close and away

Poised on the sunny side of the Cascades, an easy 80 miles from downtown Seattle, Tumble Creek is a much-loved private enclave within the mountain resort community of Suncadia. Our intimate, club-centered village gives residents exclusive access to 2,600 acres that include championship golf and other world-class amenities, miles of alpine trails, scenic parks and streams, and a year-round calendar of inspired social programming — not to mention access to all the rest of Suncadia’s amenities, such as a spa, restaurants, winery and more.

Tumble Creek is beautifully established and still growing — but carefully, preserving both nature and your sense of privacy — with a selection of breathtaking homesites, custom homes and, coming soon, portfolio homes with ready-to-go floorplans and curated finishes customized to your taste.

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“Tumble Creek is the idyllic mountain getaway we all long for: a year-round, family community just 80 miles from Seattle. It has unparalleled natural beauty with dynamic amenities, fun gathering places, championship golf, inviting nature trails and unlimited outdoor recreation. Each season, each month, each day brings a new experience.”
Jared Jeffries
General Manager of Tumble Creek
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Make it a Tumble Creek kind of day

This scenic wonderland has something for every generation in your family. You could cross-country ski together. Golf on an award-winning course. Fly-fish along the river. Ski or snowboard on nearby slopes. Hike or ride horses on miles of scenic woodlands. Then recap the day over a great meal, followed by roasted marshmallows and (if you’re lucky) a falling star or two.

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Stewards of the land

There’s no other place like this in the state of Washington. Across all of Suncadia, 80% of the land will remain undeveloped – ensuring the enjoyment and beauty of the land for future generations. Our goal at Tumble Creek and Suncadia is to preserve this magnificent natural setting that has been entrusted to us. As a proud member of the Kittitas Conservation Trust, Tumble Creek and Suncadia are committed to sustainable building practices, prioritizing open spaces, and preserving the pristine forests and meadows of the river corridor.

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A place of many stories, with more to come

Massive glaciers carved our soaring peaks and sprawling valleys. The upper Kittitas County region has been the setting for one of America’s longest stories of intertwining lives: the native Yakama, the prospectors who came to pan for gold, the miners who came to dig the coal for the Great Northern Railroad, the pioneers from every corner of the globe, and devoted cattle ranchers, farmers, and centuries of settlers looking for a better life. We’re grateful to write the next chapter of this millennia-old story, mindful of the generations who will follow us.

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Our good neighbor,
Cle Elum

The town of Cle Elum (population 1,792) lies two miles east of Tumble Creek. In the Native American Yakama language, Cle Elum means “swift water.” This was the traditional hunting and fishing grounds of the native inhabitants for centuries. As pioneers began to cross and settle the Mountain West, coal was discovered here. From the late 1800s through the closing of the historic Roslyn No. 9 mine in 1963, life here revolved around the coal mines. At Tumble Creek, we treasure and honor all those who came before and strive to preserve the history of all those who graced this extraordinary land.


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2021 The Great House at Tumble Creek
2017 The Nelson Swimming Pool at Nelson Farm
2016 Nelson Farm Pavilion
2013 New features & amenities at Tumble Creek Golf House
2013 Sasse Mountain Outpost, a glamping site overlooking the Cle Elum River, for Tumble Creek Club members
2013 Entry monument signage for Nelson Preserve and Nelson Creek Conservancy
2013 The Fish Shed and Picnic Shelter
Summer 2013 1,000 Steps Stairway and Lodge-to-River Trail
Summer 2012 Rope Rider Golf Park
Summer 2011 Rope Rider Golf Course and Swiftwater Cellars Winery
Summer 2008 Glade Spring Spa
Spring 2008 The Lodge at Suncadia
Winter 2008 The Village Pavilion & Ice Skating Rink
Winter 2008 The Swim & Fitness Center
2008 Prospector Golf Course and Suncadia’s first homes
2004 The Inn at Suncadia opens
2003 Resort construction begins with The Inn at Suncadia

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