Tolt MacDonald Park
Located along the East bank of the Snoqualmie River, Tolt MacDonald has picnic tables and fire-pits, overnight campsites, soccer fields, and a historic barn used for events. A 500-foot suspension bridge crosses the Snoqualmie River. During the summer and fall, you can see salmon swimming upriver and osprey soaring above.
The park’s wetlands offer great birdwatching, and are a key habitat for resident and migratory birds. Just to the North, King County’s Carnation Marsh Natural Area also provides a place for birds to rest and live.