About the Farm Meadowbrook Farm has been described as the jewel of the Snoqualmie Valley. A 460-acre, historic farm property located in the cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie, Meadowbrook Farm commands sweeping views of Mount Si and the Cascade Mountain Range.
A remnant of the original Snoqualmie Prairie, Meadowbrook Farm has been used through history as an important location for hunting and gathering, a hop ranch reputed to be the largest in the world in the late 1800s, and a vegetable crop and dairy farm through the 1960s. Meadowbrook Farm is now owned by the Cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie and managed by the Meadowbrook Farm Preservation Association.
Meadowbrook Farm offers passive recreational opportunities, including nature appreciation, trails, environmental interpretation, and native habitat protection. The fields on the property are also used for recreational and community events that require large spaces, such as concerts and festivals. Elk herds now use many of the habitats on the site and are routinely seen grazing on Meadowbrook Farm. They are a popular attraction with local residents and visitors to the area.
A 2,400 square-foot Interpretive Center building is located on the property, providing meeting space for public and private events, classes, and the like. With an open interior, wood-beam construction, large sliding doors that open to terrific views of Mt. Si, and ample surrounding fields, the Interpretive Center is a perfect location for weddings, family reunions, and other events.