Centennial Trail

EASY 30 reviews

Centennial Trail is a 18.6 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point trail located near Snohomish, Washington that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

18.6 miles 439 feet Point to Point

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

birding

camping

hiking

nature trips

road biking

trail running

walking

horseback riding

forest

lake

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

30 miles of completed trail (Snohomish to Skagit County Line) 10-foot wide multi-purpose paved trail 6-foot wide natural surface parallel equestrian trail Picnic tables, benches Restrooms Permits for public events and activities on the trail

9 days ago

User friendly

walking
1 month ago

Easy to walk or ride your bike on this trail and dog friendly. I would recommend to anyone of all skill levels

road biking
5 months ago

We bike on this trail several times and we love it!

5 months ago

road biking
6 months ago

walking
7 months ago

Wonderful place to get your 10,000 steps!

7 months ago

7 months ago

road biking
7 months ago

Great for a traffic free ride.

7 months ago

Super flat and great for kids on bikes or blades

7 months ago

7 months ago

是很好的散步,慢跑及騎腳踏車(自行車)的地方。

walking
7 months ago

This is a great trail for walking, blading and cycling.

hiking
7 months ago

walking
7 months ago

trail running
1 year ago

Just a great trail for exercise, and has lots of beautiful things to see nature wise.

road biking
1 year ago

Excellent trail for cycling!

1 year ago

Great we are lucky to have this trail.

road biking
1 year ago

walking
1 year ago

I have walked the centennial trail in several places, mostly in the Lake Stevens section, but also some Snohomish and Arlington as well. The trail is mostly flat, although you do encounter the occasional small hill. Parts go past Little Pilchuck Creek with some little trails that allow access and it goes along the Pilchuck river in areas as well. Further north it passes Lake Cassidy with a dock that you can walk out on to see the lake...idk if swimming is allowed here, but I wouldn't recommend it anyway, the lake is gross. The whole trail is paved and wide, which is nice as it can get fairly busy. I recommend the Machias trail head park if you are walking with kids because the park there is fun, especially for around toddler age. There are picnic tables and grassy areas along the trail if you want to have lunch. I don't know why this website says you can camp, I have never seen camping along the trail, but I suppose it could be in an area I haven't walked yet. Everywhere I have walked has also been very clean and well taken care of...the only section I dont particularly like is the spot that runs along Old Hartford Road in Lake Stevens because it goes next to a sanitation business and it stinks to high heaven...other than that, it's great for a daily walk so long as you be sure to keep yourself safe in the areas that are really secluded!