Located in unincorporated King County, Pacific Raceways has partnered with the local cities of Auburn, Federal Way, and Kent to give participants and fans access to unmatched lodging, awesome restaurants and other entertainment venues from casinos to water parks that are all conveniently located to the largest motorsports facility in the state.


Welcome to Auburn, Washington. Whether your visit to Auburn finds you enjoying inside or outside attractions, you’ll experience exceptional shopping, exciting entertainment, outstanding performing arts and concert venues, historical landmarks, delicious food, and many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. 

Exploring Auburn takes you through unique and special entertainment experiences by Emerald Downs, White River Amphitheater, Muckleshoot Casino, The Outlet Collection, and nearby Pacific Raceways. Affectionately known as the gateway to Mt. Rainier, Auburn offers everything for the outdoor enthusiast, including bike trails, golf courses, fishing areas, and an extensive park and trail system. Historical attractions such as the White River Valley Museum, Mary Olson Farm, and Neely Mansion allow you to connect with Auburn’s charming colonial heritage.

With a host of nationally affiliated hotels within city limits, we invite you to stay and experience all that Auburn has to offer.  Auburn’s hoteliers offer comfortable stays at affordable rates and can serve as your base camp to explore Auburn, greater Puget Sound, and Pacific Raceways. For a longer visit, Auburn is conveniently situated to other key Puget Sound-area destinations and outdoor recreation opportunities.  

Federal Way

Located along the Puget Sound inlet and shadowed by the majestic Mount Rainier in the Seattle-Tacoma metro area, we are the “Family-Friendly” community – great for leisure and business travelers.

There’s plenty of fun for everyone in Federal Way. Our city is home to the largest theme park in Washington, Wild Waves, and Enchanted Village. It is also the location of the King County Aquatic Center, where you can enjoy the same pool that swimming and diving Olympians use to train and compete. The aquatic center has hosted the US Olympic Trials for diving in 2000 and 2012. With ongoing local music, theater, arts, and community events, our visitors have plenty of entertainment choices. 

Nearly 1 million tourists visit Federal Way every year. So whether you’re here on business or bringing the whole family to catch a race at Pacific Raceways or a Seahawks or Mariners game, you will find everything you’re looking for here. Conveniently located, Federal Way has all the local amenities you and your family will want – and you’ll find the cost of travel easy on the pocketbook.


Kent is part of the Seattle–Tacoma–Bellevue metropolitan area. Its population is 136,588, making it the fourth-largest municipality in greater Seattle and the sixth-largest in Washington state. The city is connected to Seattle, Bellevue, and Tacoma via State Route 167 and Interstate 5, Sounder commuter rail, and commuter buses.

Incorporated in 1890, Kent is the second-oldest incorporated city in King County after Seattle.[6] It is generally divided into three areas: West Hill (mixed residential and commercial along Interstate 5), Valley (primarily industrial and commercial with some medium-density residential; significant parkland along Green River), and East Hill (primarily residential with retail).

Historic downtown Kent and Kent Station, its adjacent entertainment, shopping, and restaurant destination, are must-stops for visitors and residents alike. Pacific Raceways, associated with the City of Kent since the track was first opened in 1960, is just minutes away from the city’s heart, including its hotels, restaurants, and nightlife.