Snoqualmie Pass Visitor Center

[Photo]: Snoqualmie Pass Visitor CenterThis facility is a CCC era house originally built to house the snow ranger at the time. The portion facing the street is the garage and has been converted to a Forest Service Information and Education Center. It open seasonally from Memorial Day to Labor Day and again in the winter from January through March.

Summer offerings include a wide variety of maps, gifts, educational materials and recreation pass sales. Educational opportunities are available to the public through several summer interpretive programs at Gold Creek Pond and along the Twin Lakes trail.

Winter programs include maps, gifts, educational material, Forest Service passes and Washington State Sno-Park passes. Winter is a busy season with three ranger led interpretive programs all held on snowshoes.

Snoqualmie Pass Forest Service Information and Education Center is jointly funded by the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests.

 

[Photo]: Snoqualmie Pass Visitor Center historical image ca. 1973, photo by Ken White

Driving Directions:
Drive I-90 to Exit 52, stay to the right after you exit the freeway. The office is about 2 blocks off the freeway on the right side of the road. There is a sign out front during open hours that says "Visitor Center Open".

Location:
I-90, Exit 52
69805 SE Snoqualmie Pass Summit Road

Operating Hours:
Seasonal
current hours

Phone Number:
(425) 434-6111 
 


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