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EXPERIENCE DUVALL – Things to do and see in Duvall
In Duvall and the Snoqualmie Valley, you have the opportunity to experience small town living and historic district shopping at its best! Nestled at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Duvall is a short and beautiful scenic drive from Seattle, Everett or Tacoma and a world away from the clamor of the cities. Bring your bicycle or your walking shoes and enjoy the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, a 30+ mile regional trail that meanders along the Snoqualmie River from Duvall to North Bend. Have a meal in our historic Downtown and shop to your heart’s content! Visit us for a festival or an event, we have many to choose from!
Music, Arts and Festivals
Civic Club Plant Sale - May
Duvall Farmers Market - May - September, Thursdays
Big Rock Classic Car Show - June 1
Duvall Days Festival - June 1 & 2, 2013
Duvall Fire Annual Pancake Breakfast - June 2, 2013
Duvall Fun Runs 5K & 10K - June 2, 2013
Dirty Paws Walk
TeenStage - June
SummerStage - July - August, Wednesday nights
Sandblast - July
Movies in the Park - August
DCC Art Walk - August
Annual Outdoor Quilt Show - September 28, 2013
Heritage Festival - September 28, 2013
Cascade Community Theater
Duvall Cultural Commission
City Hall Art Gallery
Duvall Foundation for the Arts
Snoqualmie Valley Trail Map
City of Duvall Walking Map
Map of Duvall Parks
Valley Heritage Organizations Flyer
Duvall Parks Reservation Policy
30 people or less no reservation, first come-first served.
31+ people Special event permit needed, click HERE for application.
This does not apply to reservation of city facilities or ball fields, call 425.788.3434 for reservation contact information.
Visit historic Duvall or our always expanding Downtown to find what you need in Duvall.
Duvall Chamber of Commerce
Household Hazardous Wastemobile
Special Recycle Collection Event - July/August
Annual Trick or Treat Event - October 31st - 3pm-6pm
Holiday Tree Lighting Event - Friday after
Treecycle Event - Recycle your Christmas Tree.
Banner Photo courtesy of Serendipity Photography