Collaborative Efforts Create Tennant Trailhead Park in North Bend

Si View Metropolitan Parks District and the City of North Bend have joined forces to bring Tennant Trailhead Park to life, located south of Interstate 90 at Exit 31 on Ribary Way.

Construction of the parking area and restrooms is set to commence in early October, with an anticipated completion date of April 2024, marking the official park opening to the public.

This 32-acre wooded park will provide trails for mountain biking and hiking, a designated picnic area, and scenic viewpoints. The trail network will cater to bikers and hikers of various skill levels, offering family-friendly mountain biking trails that are suitable for beginners and serve as a stepping stone to future connections with Rattlesnake Ridge, Tiger Mountain, and beyond. The estimated timeframe for constructing these connecting trails spans from 2024 to 2026.

These beginner-friendly trails will be a valuable addition to our local trail offerings and easily accessible by bike from multiple North Bend neighborhoods. Tennant Trailhead Park is committed to preserving the area’s native trees, shrubs, adjacent wetlands, and streams.

Phase 1 of the trail construction was undertaken by the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. The park will remain off-limits to the public until all construction activities are completed. Si View Metropolitan Parks District and the City will promptly announce when the park is open for public access.

Si View Metro Parks and the City express gratitude for your patience and understanding during this construction phase. For the latest updates on park progress, please visit Si View Metro Parks’ website at and the City’s website at

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