Rattlesnake Lake and the Cedar River Watershed Education Center

Description

Nestled between Mt. Washington and Rattlesnake Mountain, this lake is popular for fishing, swimming, hiking and picnicking. The John Wayne Pioneer Trail heads east across the state from here. The Cedar River Watershed Education Center houses exhibits about the 90,000-acre watershed that supplies much of Seattle’s drinking water. From I-90 exit 32 head south for 3 miles.

Address

19901 Cedar Falls Road S.E.
North Bend, WA 98045

Lat/Long

45.41108800, -87.35456300
Visit Website
(206) 733-9421

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