Cushman Trail is a 9.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Gig Harbor, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers 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.
dogs on leash
Great for running, walking, biking. Helmets required, dogs allowed on leash, open dawn to dusk. No smoking, drinking allowed on city park property. About 3 miles.
Great trail for running/training as it has many steep grade slopes (7-10%). Not much to see though, but could be because I was only on it Feb-Mar. Nice running surface for a stroller.
Close to home
Not much to see. Good for working out and that's it
A bit hilly and hard to follow for a newbee to the trail. Would like to see a few more signs to help when the trail breaks at some city roads then picks back up down the way.
Great trail for locals to get some exercise. The only issue I had was I was nearly run down by a cyclist all geared up looking like he was headed to the olympics. He was going way too fast.
Good for bike riding or a nice walk.
Very close to Hwy 16 which produces a lot of road noise. Not very scenic. Lots of power lines.
They just opened phase 3 and the trail now goes all the way to Borgen Blvd. great trail for walking, running or biking.
good trail, can walk, run, jog, or bike. is paved.
Excellent trail for riding a bike or getting your run on. I leave from tacoma ride across the Narrows Bridge, get on this trail and have a blast. This trail is paved and great for riding, walking, or running. It is flat in parts but also has some great fast elevation gain on the way back. It gets pretty steep. Its great for interval training or muscle building. Or for just a fun fit walk.