Beyond Issaquah

Explore Beyond Issaquah

Explore the Cascade Foothills, North Bend, Snoqualmie & Beyond

Panoramic vistas and one-of-a-kind experiences await you in the area surrounding Issaquah. The region. Stay with us in Issaquah and you'll have everything you need to plan a great weekend getaway or day trip from Seattle. Visit Snoqualmie Falls, the most popular and stunning waterfall in Washington and test your luck at the Snoqualmie Casino!

Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls is a sacred Native American site and Washington’s most iconic waterfall, falling 268 feet over granite cliffs. Visitors can view the falls from upper and lower observation decks like the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum and Park.

37451 SE Fish Hatchery Road
Fall City, WA 98024

Upper Observation Deck

The upper observation deck is accessed via a 200 foot wheelchair accessible path from the upper parking lot.
View directions to the upper parking lot.

Lower Observation Deck

The lower observation deck is accessed via the Snoqualmie Falls Trail. This is a 1.3 total mile out-and-back trail when departing from the upper parking lot. Visitors wanting a shorter trail to the bottom of the falls can park in the lower parking lot and pick up the trail on its way down to the river. Please note, as of February 2020, the lower observation deck is currently closed for construction but the trail itself is still open.

Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum and Park

The Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum and Park is a 12-acre park where you can learn about the science and history of hydroelectric energy while viewing the falls from a cliffside observation area.

SE 69th Place
Snoqualmie, WA 98065

Snoqualmie Casino

Feeling lucky? Visit the Snoqualmie Casino, Issaquah’s closest casino. The casino has 1,700 state-of-the-art slot machines, keno, and all of the classic gaming tables like Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette.

The Snoqualmie Casino Express Bus is a stress free travel option to the casino. You can pick it up near Springhill Suites hotel in downtown Issaquah. Rides are $10 and come with a food voucher and free play.

37500 SE North Bend Way

Treehouse Point

Treehouse Point has six treehouses offering treehouse tours for visitors to the property. Tour tickets must be purchased in advance.

6922 Preston-Fall City Road SE

Snoqualmie Valley

Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area

Explore the Snoqualmie Valley and the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area. Stretching from Puget Sound to the eastern slope of the Cascades, the greenway is a connected green corridor with important cultural assets, dynamic communities and healthy ecosystems. The Snoqualmie Valley includes the cities of Fall City, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Carnation and Duvall.

North Bend

Perhaps best known as the town in David Lynch’s television series Twin Peaks, North Bend is a quaint town and a haven for outdoor enthusiasts who hike, ski fish, or float. float. It boasts an impressive view of Mount Si. Hikers stop by for cherry pie and a “damn fine cup o’ coffee” at Twede’s Cafe on their way to climb Mount Si and Little Si.


The city of Snoqualmie is just minutes from Issaquah. It is home to many independent businesses, historic destinations and recreation opportunities such as Championship Golf and more.



Hilton & Marriott properties you trust and love.

Motel options for the budget conscious.

Unique places.

RV spaces.


Urban, hotel conference locations.

Sophisticated northwest lodge-style venues.

Rustic barns and farms for gatherings.

Treehouse retreats and speakeasy spaces.

Getting Here

Public Transit

Points of Entry



Downtown Issaquah

Grand Ridge Plaza

Historic Gilman Village

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