This park has a baseball field, horse arena, open space and lots of river access. The Snoqualmie Tribe has implemented a large habitat restoration project in this King County Park, which began in 2009. This project focused on removing invasive blackberry, knotweed, and other invasive plants, while also planting 51 different culturally significant native plant species. In total, 14.2 acres have been restored, including an interpretive trail through the park, and 14,178 native plants planted.
SR 202 and 337th Place SE, Fall City, WA 98024
To book the Fall City Horse Arena:
Contact King County Park's Regional Scheduling office: