Olallie State Park

Great American Rail-Trail

Nature & Environmental Management

Snoqualmie River is among the several natural wonders accessible by the trails at Olallie State Park.

Photo by: Drums600/Wikimedia

Spanning 3.5 miles along the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River, Olallie State Park features an array of outdoor activities. In addition to the renowned waterfalls and hiking trails, the Old Snoqualmie Wagon Road—a route taken by horse-pulled wagons through the Snoqualmie Pass--cuts through what is now a picnic area. Interpretive signage in the area educates visitors about the history of the former road.


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