The 460-acres of open space was acquired by the City of Snoqualmie and the City of North Bend in 1996 for wildlife habitat, historic and cultural interpretation, ongoing agricultural activities, public recreation, and community gatherings.
Snoqualmie Point Park offers one of the region’s grandest views of the Snoqualmie Valley, Mount Si, and the Cascade Mountain Range all the way to Mount Baker. It is an excellent venue for outdoor concerts, weddings, company picnics, and family reunions.
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.