The 1,960-acre Snoqualmie Wildlife Area consists of six units north of Seattle in Snohomish and King counties in the Snohomish Watershed, including the Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers, which join to form the Snohomish River. Habitats include open water, estuary, various types of wetlands, riparian areas, forested uplands, and seasonally flooded agricultural land. The various units contain a wide range of estuary/wetland and riparian-dependent aquatic and terrestrial species, as well as state sensitive bald eagles and federally threatened anadromous Chinook salmon populations.
Acquisitions occurred between 1964 and 2008, most with a combination of funds from state Recreation and Conservation Office and Duck Stamp Program, and federal Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, to preserve and enhance natural stream drainages and floodplain wetland habitat and to provide opportunities for hunting, dog training and nature observation.
How to Get Here
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Snoqualmie Wildlife Area Hunting Hours Reinstated
Hunting hours from 8am to 4pm have been reinstated for all hunters on the following units: Stillwater, Cherry Valley, Crescent Lake. This will be in effect during the Western Washington Pheasant Season. For the rest of the hunting season normal hunting hours, half hour before sunrise to half hour after sunset, will apply. For more information, contact Sergeant Kim Chandler (425) 775-1311 ext. 122.
Ebey Island Parking/Restroom Information
There is no developed parking area or restroom facilities.
WDFW leases a parking lot under Highway 2 on the east side of Ebey Island. Limited parking is also available at the corner of Homeacre Rd. and 51st St. SE.
A Discover Pass or WDFW Vehicle Access Pass
is required on all WDFW lands. Learn more at DiscoverPass.wa.gov