Auburn is a city located in King County, with an inclusion of small portion in Pierce County, Washington, United States. It is a fourteenth largest city in the state of Washington. The total population of the city, according to the United States Census Bureau 2000 was 40,314 and in a census 2010, there were 70,180 people in the town.
Auburn is a town in Washington, located at the coordinates 47°18′8″N 122°12′53″W. As per the United States Census Bureau, the city’s total area is 29.89 square miles, out of which, 29.62 square miles is land and 0.27 square miles is water. There are two rivers, The White River and Green River flow through Auburn to a greater extent.
Auburn was initially incorporated as Slaughter, Washington after the name of Lt. William Slaughter. The first white settler came to the valley in the 1850s. The valley was originally the home of Skopamish and Smalhkamish tribes. Auburn was officially incorporated in 1891.
Auburn includes some of the best places and wonderful amenities to spend weekend getaways, some of them are: Emerald Downs, Muckleshoot Casino, The Outlet Collection Seattle, White River Amphitheatre, Soos Creek Botanical Garden, White River Valley Museum, Flaming Geyser State Park, Blackfish Spirits Distillery, Auburn Pioneer Cemetery, Issac Evans Park, Les Gove Park, King County Library System, Rail Hop’n Brewing Co., Brannan Park, Auburn Environmental Park, The Little Farm at Windwater, Neely Mansion, Bars & Clubs, Spas, Golf Courses, Horseback Riding Tours, Gift & Speciality Shops, Paint & Pottery Studios, Bus Transportation, Roegner Park, Veterans Memorial Park, Soos Creek Hatchery and much more.
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