The Cherry Valley unit is 386 acres of forest and grassland in the Snoqualmie River floodplain, one mile north of Duvall. This unit includes about 100 acres of deciduous and coniferous forest (70 acres in swamp, 30 acres in uplands). The remainder is fields of primarily reed canary grass, 15 small man-made ponds (from one-fourth to two acres in size) and about two miles of hedgerows. This is one of the lowest points in the Snoqualmie River valley, so flooding is common from mid-November to April. Cooperative projects are proposed with Wild Fish Conservancy and Ducks Unlimited to restore Cherry Creek and its wetland habitat for salmon, trout and waterfowl. Recreational uses include hunting pheasant and waterfowl, recreational and organized dog training and trials, fishing, nature observation, jogging, and picking berries and mushrooms.
Birds of Prey
How to Get Here
Map and Driving Directions
Access Site #1
Driving Directions Main parking lot is located approximately one mile north of Duvall on Highway 203, on the east side of the road.
Parking/Restroom Information There is a large parking area along Hwy. 203. No restroom facilities are available.
Other Information This Unit is closed during hours of darkness.
This is a popular Unit for pheasant and waterfowl hunting in the fall and winter, and dog training and trials in the spring and summer.
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.
A Discover Pass or WDFW Vehicle Access Pass
is required on all WDFW lands. Learn more at DiscoverPass.wa.gov