The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce relaunched their tourism focused website, www.issaquahchamber.com, on Feb. 11. Image of website

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce relaunched their tourism focused website, www.issaquahchamber.com, on Feb. 11. Image of website

Issaquah Chamber relaunches tourism focused website Discover Issaquah

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce announced the re-launch of the Discover Issaquah website.

As part of continued work in Issaquah to increase tourism branding, the Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce announced the re-launch of the Discover Issaquah website at www.issaquahchamber.com.

Discover Issaquah is the chamber’s effort to promote city businesses and recreation opportunities. The new website is designed to feature attractions, dining options, recreation, history, nature and lodging.

The website features entries for businesses, like Boehm’s Candies or Fox Hollow Farm, with photos, an address, a brief description of what visitors can find there, and a direct link to the business’ official website.

The Discover Issaquah site also features a section designed around the history of the area. Historic locations such as the Railroad Depot and Museum, David J. Horrocks Research Center, and the Alexander House which now acts as the current Visitor Information Center.

Discover Issaquah also features a downloads page where lists of restaurants, meeting and event spaces, camping and RV sites, maps, and guides can be downloaded individually.

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