State park in the King County, Washington
150 Lake Easton State Park Rd, North Bend, WA 98045
Iron Horse State Park, part of the Washington State Park System, is a 1,612-acre state park located in the Cascade Mountains and Yakima River Valley, between Cedar Falls on the west and the Columbia River on the east. The park is contiguous with a rail trail that crosses Snoqualmie Pass.
Features: Bike Trails, Bird Watching, Cross-Country Skiing, Dog Sledding, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Horseback Riding, Interpretive Opportunities, Rock Climbing, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing, Wildlife Viewing, Camping - 1st come, 1st serve, Camping - all types
Great park with the 100 mile plus John Wayne Trail passing through it.
We did the trail from Rattlesnake Lake Recreational Area and went 11 miles east and back. The bike trail is very scenic with a slight grade of roughly 2%. There are great trestles that you cross in this section and rock climbers to watch in about 3-4 areas along the trail. The ground was hard and mainly smooth with small rocks and gravel. We averaged 6mph going up and 12-14mph coming back!
Well-marked trails. We took out 5 kids up to Ragnar field and back down. 7 miles round trip. They were troopers and we had a wonderful day.