Explore the best wheelchair friendly trails near Seattle with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
15 days ago

hiking
26 days ago

This is a huge park considering how close it is to the city. Some parts feel like you're in a secluded forest, while others offer impressive views of the Puget Sound, Bainbridge Island, and the Kitsap Peninsula. We added an extra mile by taking the North Beach Trail all the way around the water treatment plan and back to the loop trail. Our total mileage was 5.1.

A scenic walk along the waterfront with great views of downtown, west Seattle and the peninsula. I went on a cold and breezy day but still enjoyed it.

This is one of my favorite places! Love the trails and lookouts. Catching the sunset by the lighthouse/water is magical. On a clear day the beach offers beautiful Mt Rainer views. Going on a weekday evening, it use to feel like we had the entire park to ourselves. Good access to restrooms and parking. Coming from Indiana, I never could get over how tall the trees are and how tiny they make everything look in comparison.

hiking
1 month ago

It's a nice little path in the city to the beach

hiking
2 months ago

Great childhood memories ...

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely amazing. A bit of everything. Even strenuous around the beach area. The views are great yes but the trees are really what did it for me.

Nice view on the bay

hiking
4 months ago

trail running
4 months ago

Loop trail is a mixture of dirt, gravel and some asphalt and not technical. Small inclines/declines on the run. Enjoyed the forest and views. My biggest complaint is there are too many people and not enough trail etiquette.

hiking
4 months ago

well if you like to watch people shoot up drugs and pass out on the park benches have at it.

p.s.
watch out for the puke.

4 months ago

AwBeckler River Campground, Beckler Rd, Skykomish, WA 98288

walking
5 months ago