Great to hear, JeepinTim!
And no problem Jeepguy1977 / Inwadventures. You'll find a bunch of people up there usually. Reiter is surprisingly close to the Monroe, Everett, Lynwood, Bothell areas. Closer than Evan's Creek (probably my favorite area). It's not geographically "big" but there is enough up there to keep you entertained for a day. Plus there are several abandon mines. Lots of motorbike and ATV trails, too. And hiking trails if you want to hoof it. I've actually hiked up to Lake Isabel once. Steep trail and it took 45 min to get there. That was from the end of the Lk Isabel trail (which the upper 1/3 is now washed out and just plain gone).
There are areas of Reiter than can get intense in a hurry so as you explore watch it.
They do have the main Rock Garden trail if you really want to push it, though. Both times I've done it I've scraped up my Jeep and needed winching. One of the guys behind me saw what I was going through and said forget it and didn't follow . . . and he was on 35's with a long-arm lift and lockers.
Seriously, though, the Rock Garden way outclasses my Jeep on all but the very perimeter trails that I use to sneak around all the main lines.
To give you an idea, more than any where else in WA state I see the biggest collection of rock buggies up at Reiter. Things like these, it's their playground:
Oh, and I forgot to mention the Rhinoland trail. That's another fun one. Kind of tough in spots. It's the one that caved in my oil pan and bashed up my control arm brackets.