McKay Marsh Trail is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Tacoma, Washington. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and walking.
Fun and short trail through some pretty lush woods. Nice and quiet with hardly any traffic, but it is on post so if you don't have access then don't drive here.
It was a great hike for a Sunday afternoon with the little one. I just wish it would be designated better where the trail was when you hit the gravel road. Other than that, it was perfect.
This trail is on base, which was not previously indicated by prior reviews or the description. It's very pretty. relatively easy dirt and gravel hiking path. there are a few different entrances. It is a loop, however it drops you off at a gravel road, you have to walk a bit to get back to where the trail picks back up.
Very short trail. Easily able to complete it twice during my lunch break. Good for beginners and that's about it.
Good trail for hike, walk or run. Dog friendly!
Was a very simple trail. Not much to see. Good for a short run or to take your dogs to.
This is a great running trail near the Ft. Lewis museum which is a perfect place to practice running over uneven terrain, hill work, and dips, running under low hanging branches, and running over a bridge. I had a good time running this after work. There is plenty of shade and the trail is mostly made up of crushed gravel and dirt.