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If you keep driving on the winding, country roads east of Woodinville, you will eventually reach the charm of King County: Duvall. It is located halfway between Carnation, which lies to the south, and Monroe, which lies to the north. It located at the base of the Cascade Mountains, on State Route 203, about 25 miles from Seattle. With a population of just under 6,000, Duvall truly is a small town, thus it retains that comfortable small town charm. Since it is located a good distance from the larger cities like Seattle and Bellevue, Duvall is the perfect place to live a relaxed lifestyle, but commuting is still manageable. From the moment you enter town, you get an idea of whats to come. A wooden sign reads, "Duvall; next to it an old fashioned wagon acts as a prop. Beyond that, the open pastures lead the eye to a surreal view of the Cascades. Continuing in, Duvalls "Mayberry-like feel becomes even more apparent. The small downtown has a number of independent businesses, such as restaurants and coffee shops. Duvall is a part of the Riverview School District, described as large enough to meet student needs, but small enough to provide individual attention. Many of Duvalls homes are built on acres of land, so there is plenty of room to spread out. One thing is for sure: Duvall is one of the most comfortable towns in the Seattle area to call home.
Since Duvall has that "right at home" feel, it only fits that it also has a strong sense of community. Duvall Days is a day of fun that takes place at the beginning of summer for the entire family. Here, the whole community gets together to either plan or participate in the fun. There are a ton of activities for kids. Pony rides, a balloon toss, bounce houses, face painting and crafts is just a start to the entertainment. Ongoing events such as a Fun Run, car show and musical acts are present too. To cap off the day, a fireworks show lights up the sky. The Duvall Foundation for the Arts is a group dedicated to local artists and puts on several events showcasing pieces throughout the year. Even if there isnt an organized event planned, there is still plenty to do in Duvall. The areas geographic location allows for a number of great hiking trails close by. Duvall is located in what is considered Snoqualmie Valley, so it is an easy trip to the beauty and recreation it has to offer. Attractions such as Mount Si, Snoqualmie Pass Ski Resort and a variety of hiking trails are all within reach. Located right in Duvall is McCormick Park. The park lies on the Coe-Clemons Creek, so there is a beautiful view and some even float along the creek. There is also trails, a picnic area and grass fields. Duvall is one of the most desirable cities in which to reside.
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