Featuring loop trails ranging from a few hundred feet to 2.25 miles, Meadowbrook Farm makes a wonderful spot to stop in the Snoqualmie Valley. Bring your kids, or just yourself and come explore this sweet little parcel of land off Highway 202.
Take a short walk to the Big Cedar trees -- a several hundred yard trail that's great for tiny tots and their families. Or, try the quarter-mile Marie Louie trail, featuring an art installation honoring the early Snoqualmie medicine woman by the same name.
From there, you can hop on the Dike Road Loop Trail, a 0.75 mile trail that affords views of Mount Si.
A trail between the Interpretive Center and Centennial Field Park is perhaps the best option for families. It's paved and boardwalk in some places, so it's stroller friendly, but easy enough for slightly older kids to handle on their own. This one is 1.5 miles roundtrip.
The longest option is the Meadow Loop trail. At 2.25 miles, you'll get views of Mount Si, and if you're quiet, maybe even a glimpse of the elk herd that sometimes lounges in the meadows off Highway 202. This trail is a rough bootpath, and can be very muddy in winter. Bring boots!