Preston/Fall City A Riverside Community Events Attractions More Info Fall City is a family friendly, scenic Snoqualmie Valley unincorporated community located approximately 26 miles east of Seattle nestled along the banks of the Snoqualmie and Raging Rivers. The rivers, trails and surrounding farms play a major role in drawing visitors to this area. In the summer and fall, fishing, floating or playing along the broad beautiful, gently sloping shoreline offer residents and visitors lots of recreational opportunities. Fall City, also, offers year-round access to the Preston-Fall City and Snoqualmie Valley trails for hikers, bikers and horseback riders. Valley farms and roadside stands sup-ply fresh flowers and vegetables. In the fall visit the Pumpkin Patch for a walk into the fields to pick your own jack-o-lan-tern pumpkins for carving and sugar pumpkins for holiday pies. Throughout the year Fall City Arts hosts a variety of family and fine arts programs, including "Shakespeare in the Park", a free, fun, annual summer tradition at Fall City Park. The Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater's open air, rustic theater is a magical setting for theater goers young and old. The Fall City Historical Society promotes and preserves the elements that make Fall City special including collecting, pre-serving and interpreting the history of Fall City as well as sharng our history through community programs, pop-up dis-plays, brochures for your self-guided, historical walking tour through town, complete with historical plaques at most sites. The Fall City Metropolitan Park District and King County Parks work hard to preserve and improve recreational opportunities for the current and future generations. Every summer (Saturday, June 13), the Fall City Community Association hosts Fall City Day with a street parade, arts, crafts, food vendors, Ducky Derby, USATF certified and sanctioned fun run, and more. During the winter holiday season save time (Saturday, December 5, 2020) to shop the holiday market featuring the creations of the many area artist and crafts persons; then finish out your day at the evening tree lighting ceremony. Come to Fall City for the day or an overnight stay at the historic Fall City Roadhouse or spend the night in a treehouse at Tree House Point, the home base of Treehouse Masters. Stroll around the town, hike or bike on the trails, shop in one or more of several second-hand/antique/consignment stores, take a self-guided historic and/or art walk, dine in one or more of our many eating establishments or pick up supplies from our farm fresh market for a picnic in the park or river side, and more. Top Things to See in Preston/Fall City Treehouse Point Pete Nelson best known for Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters and his wife Judy are the owners and proprietors of Treehouse Point in Fall City, WA. Treehouse Point is a romantic bed and breakfast retreat. It also services as a wedding venue, along with a place for group and corporate retreats. It is the perfect place to unplug from the busy schedules and engage with nature, alone or alongside of your loved one. Step outside the box, reconnect and recharge in this unique and inspiring atmosphere for any of life’s celebrations. Just 25 miles from Seattle, in the Snoqualmie Valley, with easy access to the Eastside. Six guest room treehouses, plus a deluxe suite in the Main Lodge, available for overnight accommodation All treehouses are heated and have electricity, making them cozy year-round. All accommodations are well designed and artfully decorated with touches like handmade beds original art and charring vintage furnishings. Explore natural paths in four acres of old growth forest on the Raging River. North Bend, Fall City, and Snoqualmie are nearby towns with great food and drinks! For more information, or to schedule a tour, visit our website: treehousepoint.com firstname.lastname@example.org 425.441.8087 We look forward to seeing you in the trees soon!