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Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Area

A photo of two foothills, one covered with snow

About the park

The Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Area is located along the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River, about nine miles east of the City of North Bend. It contains primarily forested lands along the Middle Fork River and tributary streams, providing important habitat for terrestrial and aquatic wildlife. The park is also near US Forest Service lands and Mount Si Recreation Area.

The Middle Fork Snoqualmie Natural Area is across Southeast Lake Dorothy Road from a hand boat (kayaks, rafts, canoes) river access point, situated just below the concrete bridge over the Snoqualmie River.

Acreage: 645 acres

Park activities and facilities


Nature observation


River access


River access

The hand boat river access point is on Southeast Lake Dorothy Road, just below the concrete bridge.


Road shoulder parking is available along Southeast Lake Dorothy Road.