Redmond Watershed Preserve is a 4.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Redmond, WA that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.
it was great
Nice hike for all skill levels. Very well maintained trail with several other trails leading off of main trail. Nice restroom facilities at trailhead (South entrance). Mile markers marking the trail. Watch for horse poop, quite a lot on the trail. Small pond with viewing area.
I brought my 2 service dogs and it was great!!!
Pretty trail, very well maintained. Watch for horse poop!
Nice easy trail.
4/5/2015 (Tuesday) -- Pleasant easy walk in the woods with multiple loops to choose, light traffic, enjoyable solitude. In addition to a larger parking lot on the southern end as the map shows, there is also a small parking lot on the northern end (218th Ave NE), which the map does not show.
Nicely maintained wooded trails. Share the trails with bikes and horses. No dogs allowed. We were there on a quiet weekday, but I would imagine it can be pretty busy on the weekend.
Lovely easy trail for beginners like me. Features few elevation gain, wide and well maintained wood trails.
Because it is a nature preserve, pets aren't allowed. However, I crossed paths with a couple of hikers with dogs - apparently didn't realise of this restriction. Not sure how it is enforced.
Beautifically groomed, quiet horse trail, 15 miles of great jogging, partially hidden, sometimes close to larger obscure homes. Great for a run if you need to stay close to home and wifi for those on call.
Great easy hike. I hiked the trail halfway with my toddler. It was safe for him (3yo) to hike on his own.
Nice easy hike for a group that included a toddler. Nice views, not much incline and trails nicely marked. Great beginning conditioning hike. There are also horses on trail, but trails are wide enough for them to pass without any issues.
Great place for beginner mountain bikers, be on the lookout for and yield to walkers/runners and especially horses.
Nice, flat, well preserved trail. A bit of wildlife, good signals. No pets. Hiking, biking, horses ok.
I ran this trail with the Northwest Trail Runs group. It's relatively flat for a trail run, making it great for beginners. There are no dogs allowed on the trails and it appears to be used regularly by equestrians. Muddy, but not too bad for March, only 1 down tree and bridges over the streams. Trails are well marked and maintained. And, as always, NW Trails Runs put on great event!