Fall City is a friendly, Snoqualmie Valley community that is approximately 26 miles east of Seattle.
Many are surprised to hear that we aren’t truly a city, but are simply an unincorporated rural town nestled along the banks of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. The rivers play an important role in our community as thousands of visitors descend upon our town during the summer and fall months to float in the river and play along our broad, rocky shorelines.
Fall City has a vibrant arts community that hosts a variety of family and fine arts programs throughout the year and we also have an active historical society that is proud to promote and preserve the elements that make Fall City special.
Fall City and the surrounding area offers numerous recreation opportunities.
Here are just a few ideas to get you started.
- Visit Baxter Barn for a first hand look at a Northwest farm.
- Float the Snoqulamie river, hike the river or go fishing. Fall City sits just west of the confluence of the Raging River which produces a beautiful, gently sloping shoreline when the water level is low.
- Take a tour or spend the night at Treehouse Point, a location made famous by the Animal Planet TV show, Treehouse Masters.
- Golf at one of two, world-class golf courses set in the Snoqualmie River valley: Twin Rivers Golf Course or Snoqualmie Falls Golf course.
- Ride a pony or host a kids birthday party at Party Ponies.
- Hike one of several trails such as the Preston-Snoqualmie trail.
- Learn to ride and practice good horsemanship at the Northwest Natural Horsemanship Center.
- Ride your bike or run in peace on scenic Neal Road or W. Snoqualmie River Road.
- Watch a summertime baseball game featuring the semi-professional team, The Honkers, at Fall City Park.
- Check our latest Neighbor's Paper for what's happening this month.