The Roaring River Bed and Breakfast

46715 SE 129th Street
North Bend, WA   98045
t. (425) 888-4834

Things to Do and See

From waterfalls to farms, chocolate and more!  Browse below for things to do in the local area all within 20 - 30 minutes travel time!

Black Dog Arts Cafe

Mainly Vegan menu with some meat and gluten free options. Influences from Peruvian cuisine. We use mostly organic ingredients, always non-GMO. All our baked goods and ice cream are Vegan and homemade.

Blue Streak Chocolates

Blue Streak’s salted caramels - best sellers - come in many flavors ranging from classic salted caramel to chocolate espresso, pina colada, champagne, and the summery raspberry lemonade, among others

Boehm's Candies and Chocolates

Since 1942…
Boehm’s Candies of Issaquah, WA has been handcrafting a variety of confections for the past 70 years. From the most exquisite, rich, European-style, hand-dipped chocolate truffles to our classic, chewy caramels and nut clusters, perfection is found in every bite that bears the Boehm’s name.

Issaquah Salmon Hatchery

The Issaquah hatchery is the most visited of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's hatcheries, with thousands of visitors every year. As the region grapples with change to the natural environment, FISH highlights the presence of salmon in Issaquah Creek to cultivate a sense of wonder about these remarkable fish. We strive to tell the story of salmon here in such a way that fosters a natural, life-long commitment to their well being

Meadowbrook Farm Park

Meadowbrook Farm is 460 acres of scenic and historic public open space.  The Snoqualmies lived on this prairie, hunting elk, deer and small game, and drying and smoking salmon caught below the falls.  This is a great place to see the elk!

North Bend Theatre

On April 9th, 1941 the North Bend Theatre opened its doors. It has continued operating as an independent movie theater since that day.

Northwest Railway Museum

Experience what travel was like before Interstate highways. Hear all the bells and whistles. Travel back in time. See the sights and all the sites. Shop in a book store and find a new book. Enjoy it for the pure spectacle!

Remlinger Farms

200-acre working farm in Carnation, WA.  Restaurant, bakery, ice cream parlor.  Educational tours andCounrty Fair Fun Park.  
Famous for its pies sold in northwest grocery stores.  Also, home of Remilinger Brewing.

Sno-King Ice Arenas

Public skating times vary

Snoqualmie Casino

Nestled high above the city lights, Snoqualmie Casino offers an elevated gaming and entertainment experience. Fast-paced gaming, exceptional dining, and legendary performances, all just minutes from Seattle. Welcome to Above It All.

Snoqualmie Valley Falls

Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington state’s most popular scenic attractions. More than 1.5 million visitors come to the Falls every year. At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, the Salish Lodge and the famous 270 foot waterfall.

Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum

A visit will give you a unique prospective on the evolving Snoqualmie Valley history.

Summit of Snoqualmie

Ski resorts consist of Alpental and the three 'summits':  (West, Central, and East)
Trail Maps | Summit at Snoqualmie

If you are not a skier, you can go tubing and snowshoeing.  If its summer, you can still take a scenic chairlift, or go mountain biking.