Overview of North Bend Parks
North Bend parks and trails provide multiple opportunities for enjoying team sports, hiking, fishing, bicycling, climbing, river sports, wildlife observation and scenic views, all within a short walk or bike ride. This is one of the reasons the North Bend area is such a great place to live and visit. The parks are listed below. Click on the links below to find details on each park.
We’ve also included a couple of parks in the nearby community of Snoqualmie. In fact, Meadowbrook Farm is located in both North Bend and Snoqualmie.
10.7 Acres. baseball field, open field, playground, restrooms, picnic tables. Si-view community center with indoor swimming pool, gym, basketball court
3.3 Acres. Historical museum, gazebo, picnic tables, walking path, senior center
Tanner Landing Park
Tanner Landing Park is a large park along the banks of the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River sandwiched in between the river and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. It’s great for a short hike or picnic. Hiking is a mile or so either along the river, across a meadow, or along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. There are great views of nearby Mt Si, Little Si and across the valley to Rattlesnake Ledge.
Many people park here when the Mt Si and Little Si trailhead parking lots fill up. It’s an easy hike or bike up the Snoqualmie Valley Trail from downtown North Bend.
Tanner Landing Park Location
Three Forks Natural Area
The Three Forks Natural Area is located around the area where the three forks (North, Middle, and South) of the Snoqualmie River join together to form the Snoqualmie River. The North and Middle Forks join first with the South Fork joining just downstream. Snoqualmie Falls is just 2 miles downstream. There is over 200 acres of open space dominated by meadow, cottonwood forest, sloughs, and wetlands.
The area features an off leash dog park, fantastic views of Mt Si as well as several river access points. The Snoqualmie Valley Trail (SVT) cuts through the middle of the park and is accessible from the parking area for the dog park. The SVT enters this area from the north at Ronette’s bridge over the Snoqualmie River. South of the area is the Mt Si Golf Course.