Torguson Park


Torguson is the principal park in the city of North Bend.  It is a 17.3 acre facility that consists of six ball fields, a soccer field, restrooms, a skate park, picnic facilities, an informal BMX race track, climbing tower, and a parking lot. This park offers numerous recreational activities for visitors and locals.  Moreover, at this park you will see Mt. Si in the back drop and admire the views of the renown mountain. If you want to go for a jog, the park has access to the Snoqualmie Valley trail. Also, the park is about the last mile of the Iron Horse Marathon and is very scenic.   

A remodel of Torguson Park completed in September, 2017.  There is now a new restroom, concession building, improved sports fields with eight new covered dugouts and benches, and a new walking, running, and biking trail around the park.

Climbing wall at Torguson Park with Mt. Si in the back

Find a 35,000 square foot bike park located on the southwest side of the Park.  The newly built (2018) park replaces an old user built course.   It features an all-ages, all-abilities track, which both advanced and novice riders can enjoy together.  A separate Striders track offers a safe environment for young children who are still learning how to ride.   Parents can walk along and help.

Torguson Park Location

Torguson Park is located at 750 North Bend Way.  Parking access is from E North Bend Way, the parking lot accommodates 190 vehicles.  There are several pedestrian / bicycle access points from Thrasher Avenue and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail which runs directly behind the park.