Olallie State Park

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The Olallie State Park is a day-use park in Washington around part of the Snoqualmie River. The most prominent feature of the park is Twin Falls.

Snoqualmie River, in the Olallie Park.

Location[edit]

The park is located four miles east of North Bend, Washington, south of I-90 and along the Snoqualmie River.

Features[edit]

The park features old-growth forests and the 135-foot (41 m) high Twin Falls[1] and six miles of hiking trails. Other activities include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and bird watching.

Weeks Falls on the Snoqualmie River, in Olallie Park.

Waterfalls[edit]

Olallie State park features five notable waterfalls: Twin Falls, Middle Twin Falls, Upper Twin Falls, Weeks Falls, and Upper Weeks Falls.

Local history[edit]

"Ollalie" is Chinook for "berry", which are common in the park.[2]

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Coordinates: 47°26′13.9″N 121°39′11.8″W / 47.437194°N 121.653278°W / 47.437194; -121.653278