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Torguson Park
North Bend Parks & Trails
Location: 750 E North Bend Way
North Bend, WA 98045
Amenities: Baseball field, Climbing Rock, Pedestrian and bicycle trail, Picnic tables, Playground facilities, Restrooms, Skate Park, and Soccer field
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Torguson Park

About the Park
Torguson Park is the city’s principal active recreation park. This 17.3-acre facility consists of six ball fields, a soccer field, restrooms, an 8,100 square foot skateboard park, picnic facilities, bike racks, informal BMX dirt bike track, tot lot, climbing tower, and a parking lot for 190 vehicles. The sports fields are used for league play from March through November.   

Effective January 1, 2016, maintenance and programming of the park will be scheduled by Si View Metropolitan Park District.  To reserve a field, schedule an event, or check ball field status please contact Si View Metropolitan Park District at (425) 831-1900 or visit them at Si View Metro Parks.  

Heavy Traffic & Use
Torguson Park is a very popular and heavily used facility. The 2010 Torguson Park Master Plan and associated Site Plan will guide further development of this park, including a planned picnic shelter, plaza area, paved trail system, and landscaping.  In addition, the city is currently planning improvements to the ball field quad area to include a new ball field plaza with a restroom/concession building and new backstop fencing.

Current and Upcoming Events For This Facility

Date Event Title
11/3/2017
Arbor Day Tree Planting Event
The City of North Bend proclaims Friday, November 3 as Arbor Day 2017 and invites citizens to a community tree planting event at Torguson Park beginning at 3 p.m.

Please join Mayor Ken Hearing, City Staff, Cub Scouts Girl Scouts, and other community volunteers to plant trees to help beautify Torguson Park and add to the many recent improvements at this great community park. Torguson Park is located at 750 E. North Bend Way.

Volunteers should dress appropriate to the weather and bring their own gloves and shovels, as well as water and snacks, if desired.