Meadowbrook Farm Preserve
Meadowbrook Newsletters

Winter 2020-21

Winter at Meadowbrook Farm Park is an Adventure . . .

The leaves are off the trees. You can see further into the woods than you thought possible and new things are catching your eye.

Meadowbrook activities change just as the seasons do. The waters rise in the meandering soughs that wind through the park. You may find that the trail that you walked on regularly now as low areas that fill with water and cannot be navigated without rubber boots. Read more …

Be Safe with Elk!

It’s always exciting to see wildlife while visiting Meadowbrook Farm Park, but remember that wild animals, including elk, can be dangerous to both people and pets. The Snoqualmie valley floor is home to about 500 elk, and they often utilize the protected habitat of Meadowbrook’s meadows and forests. If you encounter an elk, stay at a safe distance. Read more …

Summer 2020

The Prairie Loop Trail

Snoqualmie, North Bend, Si View and the Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association have a pending grant application to complete this 2-plus mile trail loop as a paved, ADA accessible trail! But you can scout out the route now, and summer is the ideal time to do it. Celebrating Meadowbrook’s history as a maintained, food gathering prairie --Baq(w)ab in the Snoqualmie Lushootseed language-- this loop explores hidden fields, forested wetlands and amazing views on a combination of gravel, paved and grassy trail. Plan to carry toddlers partway; not for strollers (yet!) Read more …

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Mount Si views from the Prairie Loop trail