Issaquah

Issaquah, named one of the “Best Towns” nationwide by Outside Magazine, is a great destination for residents and visitors alike. This community of more than 30,000 is conveniently located off the Interstate 90 corridor, just 16 miles east of Seattle.

Issaquah – known as the “Trailhead City” – is centered within the Issaquah Alps (Cougar, Squak and Tiger Mountains), which attracts countless outdoor enthusiasts including hikers and paragliders.

In town, Issaquah features a Saturday farmers market, live theatre performances and a seasonal ArtWalk.

In addition, the salmon hatchery and Cougar Mountain Zoological Park attract regional visitors. Every October, more than 150,000 people also travel to Issaquah for the annual Salmon Days festival.

Looking for dining, accomodations or more informtation on Issaquah? Visit discoverissaquah.com.

For more information, please see our links below.

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Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
Cougar Mountain Zoo
Front Street Web
Hang Gliding off Tiger Mountain, Issaquah
Issaquah Alps Trails Club
Issaquah Historical Society
Issaquah Library
Issaquah Salmon Hatchery
Issaquah Valley Trolley
Main Street Issaquah
Master Chorus Eastside
Salmon Days Festival
Seattle Astronomical Society for Tiger Mountain, Issaquah
Village Theatre

 

Provided by  www.ci.issaquah.wa.us

 

 

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