November 23, 2014     Guide for Residents | Guide for Businesses | Guide for Visitors
     
Three Forks Natural Area and Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park - 39912 SE Park Street

The Three Forks Natural Area has more than 200 acres of open space situated at the confluence of the south fork, north fork and middle fork of the Snoqualmie River. With an astounding up-close view of Mount Si, it is dominated by riverine, riparian, and wetland habitat.

Adjacent to the natural area is the Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park, which has eight acreas of mowed open space for running large and small dogs. The park is partially fenced and has water access. 

DIRECTIONS

From points west, take I-90 east. Take Exit 27 toward Snoqualmie/North Bend.
Turn left onto SE North Bend Way. Pass through one roundabout.
Turn left onto Meadowbrook Way SE.
Turn right onto SE Park Street.
39912 SE Park Street is on the left.

From points east, take I-90 west. Take the WA 202 exit, Exit 31, toward North Bend/Snoqualmie.
Turn right onto Bendigo Boulevard/WA 202 East.
Turn right onto Meadowbrook Way SE.
Turn right onto SE Park Street.
39912 SE Park Street is on the left.

     
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