About Maple Valley
Maple Valley is a city in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 22,684 at the 2010 census. The population was 24,804 at the 2013 estimate.
The main bodies of water in the city limits are Lake Wilderness, Lake Lucerne, Rock Creek, and part of Pipe Lake. The Cedar River passes through unincorporated King County very near the northeastern border of the city.
The city was officially incorporated on August 31, 1997. Today, the mostly residential city has shopping centers, gas stations, and housing. The Maple Valley Historical Society keeps records on the city’s past, with two historical museums holding artifacts such as the city’s first fire engine and photographs of old places in and around the city like Gaffney’s Grove. The old Gaffney’s Grove site is now a city park, and the Green to Cedar river trail runs through the city. The park includes a swimming beach, an arboretum and sprawling grass fields and sees the annual Maple Valley Days Parade each year in June. In 2011, Family Circle magazine reported that Maple Valley was in the top ten family cities, in the USA. The Maple Valley Town Square houses Fred Meyer, restaurants, a medical clinic, and others.View All Homes For Sale