Boistfort High School

Boistfort High School lays claim to being one of only two rural high schools in Lewis County in 1918, when it was built. It was the leading educational facility in the valley for years, serving several districts that had been consolidated.

At the time, Boistfort was known for its massive production of hops. The Klaber Hop Yards were the biggest hop producer in the state before its demise.

The school closed in the 1970s, and students today generally attend high school in Adna or other surrounding districts.

However, Boistfort boasts a notable graduate in Scott Crossfield, an Air Force test pilot who became the first person to break Mach 2 in flight. Crossfield is recognized for his achievements at the Chehalis-Centralia Airport’s terminal and observation park.

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Places to stay nearby

Chehalis River Cabin

Doty/Dryad, West
Starting at: $125.00

Rainbow Falls State Park

Doty/Dryad, West, Adna, Pe Ell, Boistfort
Starting at: $27.00

Places to eat nearby

Coffee Outfitters

108 Bunker Creek Road,
Adna, WA
(360) 748-9100

Sweet Chehalis

1133 State Route 6
Adna, WA
(360) 840-5229

Evey's Cafe

416 N. Main St.,
Pe Ell, WA 98572
(360) 291-9902

Jones Creek Brewing

173 Beam Road Chehalis, WA 98532

(360) 245-3429
See website

Pe Ell Pub

205 N. Main St.,
Pe Ell, WA 98572
(360) 291-2707

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