The full exterior gravel trail loop measures 1 mile. The loop around the pasture measures 0.8 miles while the loop closest to the playground is 0.5 miles long. A short 0.3 mile connector trail from the Farmhouse provides access to the regional Snoqualmie Valley Trail. Please keep pets always leashed. Elk are known visitors to this area, you can enjoy wildlife from distance but please don't approach wildlife.
Tollgate Park site is uniquely suited to connect the community with food through farm-based experimental learning opportunities including vegetable farming and growing small livestock, u-pick opportunities for the public, youth programs and camps, workshops for adults and operating a farm stand. The current construction project onsite includes a barn, infrastructure to support farming, and improvements to public access to the Farmhouse area with an entry/exit point and small parking area. During this project, the farmhouse kitchen will also get the final finishing touches. This project is funded by the 2018 connect & protect Capital Bond. Learn more about this project here.
Park projects to-date have been strongly supported by the community through capital bond measures, and grant programs such as the Washington State Heritage Capital Projects Grant and King County 4 Culture Saving Landmarks Grant that have funded to rehabilitation of the farmhouse for use as a community space. King County Youth and Amateur Sports Grant program funded rehabilitation of the central meadow for natural grass multi-use fields designed for two full size cricket fields with alternate use as soccer fields suitable for both youth and adult use.
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Learn more about current and future project plans for Tollgate Farm Park here