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Snoqualmie Point Park - 37580 SE Winery Road

 

Snoqualmie Point Park has one of the region's grandest views of the Snoqualmie Valley, Mount Si, and the Cascade Mountain Range all the way to Mount Baker.

The park is located off of exit 27 when heading east on I-90 and has lots of parking and convenient restrooms.

Park features include a view shelter with ramp, open-air amphitheater and trail access to the Rattlesnake Mountain Trail.
It is an excellent venue for outdoor concerts, weddings, company picnics and family reunions. (See Rental Guidelines page.)

The lower parking lot at Snoqualmie Point Park is open to the public in general in general and does not require a pass. The adjacent upper parking lot requires a Washington State Discover Pass. The trail is owned by the Washington Department of Natural Resources. However, special event rentals of the park will be provided 25 free Discover Passes through the City of Snoqualmie. 
 
 

DIRECTIONS TO THE PARK

From Seattle and points west:
Take I-90 east.
Take Exit 27 toward Snoqualmie/North Bend.
Turn right onto Winery Road.
You are now on Winery Road. The road is not signed but dead ends at Snoqualmie Point Park.
37580 Winery Road is at the road’s end. The first entrance is for the trailhead for the Rattlesnake Mountain Trail.

From points east, take I-90 west:
Take the WA-202 W exit, Exit 31, toward North Bend/Snoqualmie.
Turn right onto Bendigo Blvd S/WA-202 E. Continue to follow WA-202 E.
Turn left onto North Bend Way.
Continue through roundabout at Casino, taking second right out of roundabout to stay on North Bend Way.
Stay left and pass under I-90.
You are now on Winery Road. The road is not signed but dead ends at Snoqualmie Point Park.
The first entrance is for the trailhead for the Rattlesnake Mountain Trail.

About Snoqualmie Point Park 
The 8-acre Snoqualmie Point Park site was acquired in 2000 through the cooperative efforts of the Trust for Public Lands, the United States Forest Service, and the City of Snoqualmie, with assistance from the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, former Senator Slade Gorton, and the late Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn. The personal contribution of Mountains to Sound Greenway President Jim Ellis in orchestrating the entire acquisition process from City Hall to Washington, DC, was invaluable. Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust subsequently designed and constructed the park improvements in 2006 with major funding from the Gates Foundation. In 2008, the City of Snoqualmie partnered with the U.S. Forest Service and Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to manage the Rattlesnake Ridge trailhead parking and restrooms constructed by DNR on the immediately adjacent federally owned lands.

 

 

     
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