Torguson Park offers active recreation opportunities for residents and visitors alike. This 17.3-acre facility consists of six ball fields, a soccer field, restrooms, an 8,100 square foot skateboard park, picnic facilities, bike racks, informal BMX dirt bike track, tot lot playground, climbing tower, and a parking for 190 vehicles. The park is owned by the City of North Bend and maintained and programmed by Si View Metropolitan Park District.
Sports fields are used for league play March-November. Please see our Athletic Fields page for rental procedures and current ballfields status.
The climbing wall was installed at Torguson Park in the summer of 2009 to celebrate the city's centennial. The design of the climbing rock imitates Mount Si. It is just over 31 feet tall at its highest point and includes some overhang areas and an arch. Choose from eight climbing routes of varied difficulty levels.
From I-90, take exit 32 and head north on 436th Ave. SE. At the end of the road, turn left at the stop sign on to E North Bend Way. Shortly after the intersection with 424th Ave. SE, turn right into Torguson Park.