Located in the heart of Historic Snoqualmie, this four-acre park is a prime stop while visiting the Northwest Railway Museum, or the downtown shops and cafes. Railroad Park is the site of the old growth Douglas Fir log, which is sheltered underneath a preserved Weyerhaeuser Mill building. The park also offers a gazebo with picnic tables as well as rose and other historic gardens. Nearby parking makes this a very convenient stop for travelers. If you want to relax and learn a little more about the history of Snoqualmie, right on the main route through town, Railroad Park is the place to visit.
From Seattle and points west, take I-90 east to Exit 25, Highway 18 West/Snoqualmie Parkway. Turn left onto Snoqualmie Parkway.
From North Bend and points east, take I-90 west to Exit 25, Highway 18 West/Snoqualmie Parkway. Turn right onto Snoqualmie Parkway.
Turn right onto Railroad Avenue SE/State Route 202.
7971 Railroad Avenue SE is on your right directly before the Northwest Railway Museum.