My spouse and I visited Snoqualmie Falls once again yesterday. The falls are tremendous. Especially this time of year, there is a lot of water running off the mountains making the falls just that much more impressive. There are a number of very good viewing platforms so that the large number of visitors get many opportunities to see the falls. The signs describe the history of the falls and in particular the use of the falls for generating electricity for Seattle.
There is ample parking, even the parking lot across the highway is close to the viewing platforms. There is a well maintained, fairly wide path down from the falls to the second, and more modern power plant and the river. This path is fairly steep, and it seems to be about one and one-half miles (don't quote me on this). However, it seems that every child, dog and grandparent was able to complete the round trip. At the bottom of the path, there is a very nice restroom building and parking lot. (I do not know how you get to the road that leads to that parking lot, but I saw a lot of people who would have liked to drive there. Probably, the road that leads to that parking lot is just off the highway and a short distance north of the other parking lots.
Personal comment: do you need to bring your dogs? Especially, do you need to bring the large ones that like to bark at and charge at other dogs. There are a lot of children and elderly on the platforms. That type of dog poses some risk to them.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.