Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Access Dev Phase I

Category Overview

Washington is famous for its gorgeous and abundant waterways, from the Salish Sea to the Nisqually River, but many communities lack open public beaches and waterfronts where everyone can enjoy picnicking, swimming, paddling, boating, and angling. Water Access projects fund public shoreline access, boat launches, and fishing docks to create more opportunities for water recreation.

Project Highlights

The Department of Natural Resources, King County, and the City of North Bend will develop and improve two key put-in locations and construct one key take-out location for a popular half-day kayaking and rafting run on the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River: putting in at Granite Flats and Mine Creek halfway up the Middle Fork Valley and taking out at Tanner Landing in North Bend. New trails will be constructed at Granite Flats/Champion Beach and Mine Creek to provide additional river access points and to expand opportunities for walking, swimming, fishing, and picnicking along the river. A new kayak/rafting facility will be constructed at Tanner Landing Park with parking for cars and trailers and access to the river. A new park, Dahlgren Family Park, will be constructed to provide access to Tanner Landing from North Bend Way as well as picnic facilities and natural play areas. The primary recreation opportunity provided by this project will be safe and sustainable use of non-motorized water access and day use facilities.

Quick Facts

WWRP Applicant: Natural Resources Dept of Category: Water Access WWRP Grant: $634,460.00 Applicant Match: $1,070,800.00 Project Type: Development County: King Legislative District: 12 Status: Active RCO Project # 18-1456

Location Details

I-90 Exit 32, North on 436th Ave SE, Right on SE North Bend Way. Site is located at 44120 SE North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045, just before Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail crosses the road.

What is the WWRP

The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is a state grant program that creates and conserves local and state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms. The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office administers WWRP grants, and the legislature funds the program.