Taylor’s Landing Park
Duvall, WA 98019 United States
This park provides shoreline access, a boat concrete surfaced boat launch, fish cleaning stand, picnic area and play field. The Boat launch is used for police, fire, ecology, emergency, and public use.
The original town of Duvall was named Cherry Valley and was situated on the banks of the Snoqualmie River right around the current day Taylor Landing Park. The community of Cherry Valley was centered around a market, grange hall, church, and a school (which had been constructed from the wood of a single old growth log). It was mostly isolated from the larger Seattle-Tacoma region, relying on boats as the main mode of transportation for timber, farm goods, and people. A swing bridge was installed in ___ to connect the Woodinville area to the river.
Photo credit: Duvall Historical Society
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