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Snoqualmie Falls Snoqualmie 6.8 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Snoqualmie
The paths are wide and well-kept, the views are worth looking at for days and days, the photo-ops are endless, and it's FREE to walk in nature and see these gorgeous sights.
The falls is very spectacular, the water is very clear, and the sound of the flowing water is tremendous despite its limited size; the park around it is very clean, beautiful and organized.
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Rattlesnake Mountain Trail
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
Rattlesnake Mountain Trail is well worth the effort, and I heartily recommend it to anyone willing to take a few hours of their time to see the splendor of nature on a big scale.
A nice big parking lot, or can park for free outside of the park and walk in.
Rattlesnake Lake Recreation Area
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
It still is a great place to come and park to go hiking to rattlesnake ridge (no snakes around) or to hike the Chief Iron Horse & John Wayne trail.
Discover pass parking in main lots and free park on street is limited.
Mt Si
#3 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
You need a park pass to use the trailhead parking area.
This may be due to hikers, upon arrival at the park entrance reading that a pass must be displayed on the dashboard.
Twin Falls
#4 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
This is a very nice hike that is about 1.3 miles in to see the falls at Twin Falls State Park off I90.
Went hiking to Twin Falls on one of the free state parks days.
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Denny Creek Trail
#5 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
Iron Horse Trail
#6 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
We stopped at Easton Lake State Park to camp over night.
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Olallie State Park
#7 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
Close enough to get back to nature
Went hiking to Twin Falls on one of the free state parks days.
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Snoqualmie Point Park Snoqualmie 4.8 km away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Snoqualmie
The upkeep on this park is amazing, everything is in tip top shape and it smells so good.
Railroad Community Park Snoqualmie 5.1 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Snoqualmie
The railroad park is an excellent complement to Downtown Snoqualmie and offers plenty of seating and shelter, as well as a few informative plaques and parking for all the downtown activities.
Cool park
Goldmyer Hot Springs
#8 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
Leave the suit at home, and be one with nature!
Little Si Trail
#9 of 9 Nature & Parks in North Bend
Mailbox Peak Snoqualmie 6.6 km away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Snoqualmie
We got there about 9am on a Sunday and had to park quite a way out on the street because the parking lot fills up fast.