Take the family to Snoqualmie Valley. The incredible beauty of the Valley will have you grabbing your camera to capture every moment, from the magnificent elk grazing in the sunset of Mt. Si, to scenic walks along the river, hikes along the mountainous trails, and bike rides on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail. Looking for something to get your adrenaline pumping? Check out Dirtfish Rally School for a thrill ride with a professional driver or take to the ice at Sno-King Ice Arena in Snoqualmie.
Snoqualmie Casino offers fast-paced gaming, top-tier entertainment, award-winning restaurants, and one of the Northwest’s only cigar lounges. The breathtaking view of the Snoqualmie Valley along with countless entertainment options make Snoqualmie Casino a must-visit destination.
Remlinger Farms has exciting rides, pumpkin patches, mazes, kid friendly animals and more. Family fun is guaranteed to this 300+ acre farm in Carnation. Enjoy family time around your own personal fire pit, surrounded by acres of beautiful landscape. This is the place where lifelong memories are made.
The all new Remlinger Farms Brewery offers fun for the grown ups in a family friendly environment. Did we mention the pretzel charcuterie boards or the world-renowned pie? We could go on forever, but it'll probably save time to just go there and experience it for yourself.
With instructors from a multitude of driving backgrounds, Dirtfish caters to all disciplines to enhance their driving ability; whether it is a mom who wants the confidence to drive her children to school in the winter, a stunt driver who needs more seat time to practice their various skills on multiple surfaces, or a professional road racer looking to gain better control on the track.
Most Twin Peaks fans know that their building served as the setting for the Sheriff's office, but it's also home to one of the world's best simulator lounges. Each simulator has a wireless force feedback racing wheel and pedal assembly that allows you to experience every jump, bump and shudder while you power your car down one of the many rally stages or race tracks!
If you can be in the Valley in June, make sure to stop by Summerfest, the region's biggest celebration of rally and car culture.
Download the city's trail map and get ready for an epic adventure through the trails of Snoqualmie! First up, we have the Business Loop Trail, a 1 1/4 mile stretch that will take you on a wild ride along the borders of Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park. Starting from Fisher Creek Trail, this trail leads you south, showcasing the stunning beauty of the region, before coming to an end at the intersection of SE Douglas Street and Snoqualmie Parkway, right next to the Snoqualmie Police Department.
But that's just the beginning! If you're looking for a shorter, but no less thrilling journey, try the Centennial Trail. This 1/2 mile paved trail takes you through historic downtown Snoqualmie, running parallel to the railroad tracks and SR 202, before coming to an end at the intersection of SR 202 and Snoqualmie Parkway.
If you're up for a longer trek, take on the Deep Creek Trail, stretching approximately 2 miles, starting at Azalea Park and continuing north and west all the way to Whitaker Park. Or, try the Fisher Creek Trail, a 3/4 mile path starting from Fisher Creek Park and leading you west to the start of the Business Loop Trail.
Looking for a path that connects two cities? Look no further than the Meadowbrook Trail! At approximately 3/4 mile, this trail starts at Centennial Fields Park and runs all the way to Mt. Si Golf Course, connecting the cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie at the Meadowbrook Farm Interpretive Center.
For a quieter, more serene experience, explore the Silent Creek Trail. This 1 mile trail begins at the intersection of SE Douglas Street and Snoqualmie Parkway, taking you behind the Osprey Court, Steller, and Cottonwood neighborhoods before ending at Azalea Park. And don't forget to check out Curtis Park, with its gazebo and barbecue, situated right on the trail.
If you're craving a challenge, take on the Whitaker Park Trail, stretching approximately 1/2 mile, starting at Whitaker Park and continuing south between the Crestview and Bandera neighborhoods, before ending at Eagle Lake Drive. And for the ultimate adventure, explore the Deer Park Trail, a 3 1/4 mile soft surface trail starting at SE Swenson Drive in the Deer Park neighborhood and running parallel to Swenson Park and Jacobia Park.
Finally, for a thrilling, 4 mile paved journey, take on the Snoqualmie Parkway (Ridge) Trail. This path parallels both sides of the Snoqualmie Parkway, showcasing the stunning natural beauty of the area, before coming to an end at the intersection of the street and SR 202 in historic downtown Snoqualmie. Let's hit the trails!