Evans Creek Preserve Trail

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Evans Creek Preserve Trail is a 1.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sammamish, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.9 miles
147 feet

dogs on leash

kid friendly



trail running




wild flowers


Series of wooded trails along Evans creek in Sammamish, WA.

2 months ago

I love this trail because it feels like a little slice of heaven within a residential area. It's close, convenient and beautiful. It doesn't boast any amazing views and is easy in the sense of the workout; however, very pleasurable to get out in nature and get some movement.

3 months ago

Very pleasant trail

5 months ago

Family favorite trail, bring the dog sometimes too. She loves seeing all the other dogs on the trail. Kids love that we can take a little different route every time!

Lovey trail! Scenic, well maintained with ample signage. Leashed animals allowed.

7 months ago

Awesome for a short walk. Very well maintained

7 months ago

This is such a great trail. There are many points where it branches off so you can make your walk/hike shorter or longer. You can also make it harder by walking from the lower trail to the upper trail and then hike up to the upper parking lot and then come back down. The trail is great for kids and dogs, as well. The scenery is beautiful, it's relatively quiet so you can hear the birds and water, and the trail is well-maintained and well-marked. There can be a couple of muddy spots along the trail but nothing you can't walk around. Also, there's a bathroom which is always a bonus. The only downside is that less than of the people I come across with dogs actually follow the "keep your dog leashed" rule.

7 months ago

Had a nice hike with my 3 and a half yr old.

7 months ago

This is regular walk for my dog and I on our weekly rotation. Quite a lot of interesting vegetation, birds (if you are patient) and brooks/streams bubbling down from the plateau. Start low from the parking area on SR-202 or high at another entrance on Sahalee Way. (The map currently does not show the upper trails, which opened in 2016). Trails are well marked with signs at every juncture indicating what's in each direction (meadow, forest, hill). There is about a 330 ft elevation gain if you walk a loop either parking lot to the other. A lot of different ways to mix up this walk on each visit. Description says "Near Redmond" but park is maintained by and in City of Sammamish.

8 months ago

I have done this trail many times, and there is always something new to see. The fact that it has many branches off of the main loop that go in different directions allows you to go a new way each time. It is an easy trail for beginners like me.

9 months ago

Perfect place for mid day recharge!!!!!!

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Nice trail, dog friendly, bathroom facilities, several side trails to venture on, streams, quaint little bridges to cross. Wish it was longer then 1.9 miles well maintained and trail markers/post along the way

Monday, October 31, 2016

It's short and some areas are not covered. Family friendly if kids can walk. There is hardly any elevation.

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Perfect walk for those who have a small dog like my Yorkshire Terrier...:)

Monday, July 04, 2016

Excellent trail. Always in good condition and never too crowded.

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Short and flat. Quick trail to stretch your legs in the lowlands.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Really enchanting walk... We kept on making right turns at each trail marker to extend our loop because all of us (kids age: 7 and 10) wanted more. Amazing moss covered trees, gorgeous canopies, quaint streams. Our favorite part was all the new tree growth that clearly started on top of friken enormous old stumps. Can't wait to go back and do an even longer trek.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Great suburban nature walk.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Amazing nature walk, for adults and kids. Great place to teach kids plant identification and reading a map. Very peaceful, close-in setting to enjoy nature.

Sunday, May 03, 2015

Cute trail. Bring your toddlers.

Monday, January 06, 2014

For a short afternoon jaunt just to get outside, this is nice. The moss on the huge old maples is thick and lush. The trails are well-maintained, with tiny little footbridges scattered throughout. There are at least three solid wooden platforms which are perfect for setting up your tripod; they'll make the bird-watchers very happy. We were there in January and there wasn't a lot of birding activity, but it was a cold day and I'm sure there would be more in different seasons.

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