Elma is a city lies within Grays Harbor County, Washington, United States. The total population of the city, according to the United States Census Bureau 2000 was 3,049 and in a census 2010, there were 3,107 people organized into 1,209 households in the town.
Elma is a town in Washington, located at the coordinates 47°0′20″N 123°24′23″W. The total area of the city, according to the United States Census Bureau 2010, is 1.92 square miles, out of which, 1.89 square miles is land and 0.03 square miles is water.
Elma first settled in 1853 by D.F. Byles. It was named after Union soldier Elmer Brown. The city of Elma was incorporated on March 22, 1888, and lies within the Chehalis River Valley in Eastern Grays Harbor County. Elma has served as the commercial center serving the East Grays Harbor County agricultural and timber industries.
Elma is a great place to live and spend weekend getaways. It includes some of the wonderful amenities and activity, some of them are: Schafer State Park, ShuJack’s Bar & Grill, Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds and Event Center, The New Alibi Station, Cathy’s Place, Elma Chamber of Commerce, Quinault, Grays Harbor County Fair & Event Center, Splash Festival in Aberdeen, Loggers Playday in Hoquiam, Running Anvil Carriage House, Wynoochee Falls, Shaffner Farms, Driftwood Theatre, Harborena in Hoquiam, Fishing, Clam Digging, Hiking, Hunting, and much more.
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