SE 95th Way & Coal Creek Parkway, Newcastle
Located along the southern edge of the City, this is one of the few remaining large, undeveloped, wooded parks in the City of Newcastle. Although steep, rugged terrain limits use of this park, it is an open-space resource for our community.
1711 Boalch Avenue, North Bend, Snoqualmie
This scenic open space on the Snoqualmie Valley Floor is an important story location to the Snoqualmie Tribal people. Historically, the Snoqualmie Tribal people maintained the prairie through traditional methods. Today, Meadowbrook Farm is managed for historic and cultural interpretation, wildlife habitat, agriculture, and public recreation by multiple municipalities. The 460-acre farm at the foot
1625 118th Ave. SE, Bellevue
Tucked into the southern end of Bellevue, this park includes 320 acres of wetlands and meadows with five miles of trails for nature walks, canoe trips, and bird watching. A partnership between the Pacific Science Center and City of Bellevue Parks Department, the Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center provides year-round education and hands-on learning in
This Natural Resource Conservation Area protects protect wildlife habitat, scenic views and the upper reaches of the river, while offering low-impact recreation on a variety of hiking trails and a day-use area.
10902 NE Moss Lake Road,
This National Resources and Parks Ecological land, managed for wildlife habitat, is made up of high-quality wetland and forested upland ecosystems. It has a limited trail system that is used by hikers, horse riders and mountain bikers.
The towering site is a scenic landmark and popular recreation area, offering views of the Olympic Mountains, Snoqualmie Valley, and the Cascade Mountains.
Muir St, Snoqualmie
Muir Park is a peaceful natural area where you can still hear the frogs and the birds. Surrounded by the golf course, the pond is a great place to relax. The park comes complete with a picnic table and park bench.
3600 SW MYRTLE ST, Seattle
This park includes an open grass field on top of the lidded reservoir for informal play with a pathway circling the field and ADA accessible pathways. The park also features a play area and an elavated hill for viewing.
Located on the eastern slopes of the central Cascade Mountains and south of the city of Wenatchee, the forest includes 71,000-acres of mostly forested uplands. There are no developed recreation sites but it is open year round for dispersed recreation.
Preston-Fall City Road & SE 65th,
This area, on the east bank of the Raging River, adjacent to the Preston-Snoqualmie Trail is managed to protect water and habitat quality. Passive recreation activities such as hiking and bird watching are permitted.
19901 Cedar Falls Road S.E.,
Nestled between Mt. Washington and Rattlesnake Mountain, this lake is popular for fishing, swimming, hiking, and picnicking. The John Wayne Pioneer Trail heads east from here and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail heads north. The Cedar River Watershed Education Center houses exhibits relating to the 90,000-acre watershed that supplies much of Seattle’s drinking water.