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Parks & Recreation Department

With 35 parks and more than 25 miles of trails, there is a wide range of recreation opportunities in Snoqualmie. Our parks highlight the scenic beauty and vitality of Snoqualmie and the Snoqualmie Valley.

The Parks & Recreation Department manages 35 parks today with more planned for the future. Those parks have something for everyone, from play equipment for the little ones to tennis courts and athletic fields. Many parks have facilities available for rental, inlcuding fields, picnic shelters, and the fabulous view shelter at Snoqualmie Point Park.

Lost something in a Snoqualmie park? Call 425-831-5784.


Recreation: Sports and Community Activities

The Parks and Recreation Department pulls the community together for events and recreational offerings. The department's main events are the holiday tree lighting, the teen egg hunt and kids' egg hunt and Arbor Day.

The department also partners with vendors to provide programs for youth on City-owned fields, including Skyhawks for sport summer day camps and Kidz Love Soccer. In addition, the department offers fields for rental to various local recreational providers serving the Valley, such as Falls Little League, Snoqualmie Valley Little League, Wildcats Football League and the Snoqualmie Valley Youth Soccer Association. Check back often for new offerings or contact your local league representatives.



Dan Marcinko
Parks & Recreation Director


Snoqualmie City Hall
38624 SE River St.
PO Box 987
Snoqualmie, WA 98065



Location and Directions

Parks & Recreation Department
425-831-5784 phone
425-831-6041 fax

Management Office: City Hall, 38624 SE River St.
Facility: 38194 SE Stearns Rd.
Mailing: PO Box 987
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Office Hours:
Monday- Friday, 7:00am-4:00pm

Driving Directions to City Hall, Parks & Recreation Department
From I-90 East - take exit 25.  Turn left unto Snoqualmie Pkwy. Turn right onto State Route 202 (Railroad Ave SE). Proceed through downtown Snoqualmie. Turn right onto SE River St. Drive one block. City Hall is on the right.

From North Bend on State Route 202 - Approaching downtown Snoqualmie, turn left onto  SE River St. Drive one block. City Hall is on the right.

Driving Directions to the Parks & Recreation Facility
The Parks & Recreation Department is located in the Public Works Building at 38194 SE Stearns Road.

From I-90, take exit 25 and head east on Snoqualmie Parkway. Follow Snoqualmie Parkway approximately 3.5 miles to State Route 202 (Railroad Ave. SE). Turn left onto SR 202. Once you have crossed the bridge, take an immediate right onto Mill Pond Road.  Take your first left onto Stearns Road. Turn right into the Snoqualmie Wastewater Treatment Plant; enter through the gates and follow the signs to the Public Works Facility (located behind the Wastewater Treatment Plant). The Parks & Recreation Facility is located in the Public Works building.

Photography Guidelines

City of Snoqualmie reserves the right to photograph Snoqualmie Parks and Recreation Department activities and programs and all persons participating in such programs and activities wherever such activities and programs may occur. The City of Snoqualmie further reserves the right to photograph programs and activities sponsored by others occurring within City parks or facilities. All photos remain the property of the City of Snoqualmie and may be used by the City for potential future promotion and publicizing of activities and program sponsored by the Snoqualmie Parks and Recreation Department, or future promotion and publicizing of City parks and facilities for activities and programs sponsored by others. Participation in City sponsored activities and programs, or use of City parks or other public facilities for activities and programs sponsored by others, shall be deemed to constitute consent for use of any photographs taken by or for the City of Snoqualmie for such purposes.

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