|Walking & Hiking|
Classes or organized groups of 10 to 100 can take advantage of our award-winning, self-guided exhibit hall. Learn about the water cycle, discover stories of past and present, and investigate drinking water. For groups of 70 or less, a naturalist-led introduction to the exhibits is possible depending on staff availability and is only available on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Large groups will be divided into smaller groups with staggered exhibits exploration to prevent overcrowding.
Requested dates/times are not guaranteed via the online form. Our registrar will contact you to confirm your desired time or work with you to find an alternative.
All ages, Free
Join us on a van tour for organized groups of nine or more adults seeking in-depth information with spectacular views of Seattle’s drinking water supply. Tours are 2-3 hours long. You will begin at the Cedar River Watershed Education Center in North Bend and travel in a van to a variety of sites within the Watershed. There will be some light hiking involved. If you have more than 12 people, you will need to provide your own bus, which is in good working order, not leaking fluids and capable of driving on gravel surfaces. Photo identification is required for any tour that goes within the closed boundaries of the Municipal Cedar River Watershed.
Requested dates are not guaranteed via the online form. Our registrar will contact you to confirm your desired time or work with you to find an alternative.
Spring/Fall Availability - Weekends
Summer Availability - Weekdays
Reservation requests accepted starting January 2nd
Ages 10 and up, $5 per person