Meadowbrook Farm Preserve
Classes and Events at Meadowbrook!

Meadowbrook Farm Park Classes

Snoqualmie Valley Elk
Free, at Interpretive Center
Join Harold Erland, wildlife biologist with the Upper Snoqualmie Valley Elk Management Group, to learn about our local elk herd. The USVEMG improves habitat, maintains highway safety fencing and monitors collared elk to glean information about their lives and travels. Get the latest information on our elk here. Families welcome!!
Friday, April 7, 2023: 7 pm
Snoqualmie Valley Birds
Free, Meet at the Interpretive Center
Free, Meet at the Interpretive Center Enjoy a guided spring birdwatching tour with wildlife biologist and birder Harold Erland, on trails through the varied habitats of Meadowbrook Farm Park. Dress for the weather, including boots for possible wet areas, and bring your binoculars! Families welcome. Heavy rain will cancel.
Saturday, June 3, 2023: 9 am
Hike to the Big Cedar!
Free, Meet at Interpretive Center
Walk through Meadowbrook's woods and across seasonal stream channels to visit a tree 500 years old! See many local northwest native plants and learn how important cedar was for northwest tribes and pioneers. Dress for the weather, including boots for wet areas. Heavy rain will cancel. Families welcome; hike is about 1.75 miles, and not suitable for strollers.
Saturday, June 10, 2022: 9 am
Discovering Meadowbrook: Visit the Scout Meadow
Take a self-guided walk to one of Meadowbrook's hidden fields. Named for years-past Boy Scout camp-outs, the Scout Meadow isn't visible from any road, and is a good area to enter quietly to perhaps see wildlife. Park at the Snoqualmie Middle School parking lot, and follow along the tree line northeasterly, towards the back of the school. Watch for the break in the trees on your right (east) and follow the path across the causeway into the Scout Meadow. Wear boots for possible wet areas. Did you see an elk?

Si View Classes at Meadowbrook Interpretive Center

Visit Si View Park website for more classes, including yoga.

Wildlife Watching Tips
  • Always observe from a distance, preferably downwind.
  • Use binoculars or spotting scopes.
  • Talk and move quietly; minimize sharp sounds.
  • Early morning and twilight are ideal times to see animals; also check nearby fields for herds.
  • bull elk in the fall rutting season.
  • Never come between a mother and her offspring.
  • If an animal becomes nervous or moves away, you are too close.
  • Pets should stay home.
Events at Meadowbrook

Photos of some of our past events

The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project
The Mary Louie Project