Looking for a great trail near Kenmore, Washington? AllTrails has 5 great hiking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area or Mount Pilchuck State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Kenmore Park or Inglemoor County Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 4 easy trails in Kenmore ranging from 1.1 to 2.3 miles and from 351 to 436 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!


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I recommend this hike if you are looking for a family friendly hike. My kids loved the water views and we took breaks along the way to really enjoy the nature!

Lots of great bike trails, but those listed on All Trails connect into hiker only ones. Great park, but you may be disappointed if you’re keeping only to the All Trails maps.

Nice walk on a sunny fall day. Very little mud and beautiful views

Went the wrong way by the beach and ended up going most of the full loop. Much steeper ascent but great trail.

Nice walk along the lake. Amazing playground for the kids on the route!

Beautiful trail in the city. State Park which requires a Discover pass or paying a $10 daily fee.

it was very pretty when we went down to the beach area. But man this was a hard one at points. There were so many roots sticking up my friend and I almost tripped on most of them. and when going down at a very intense incline with all the roots and it was slippery, was kind hard.

A little busy but flat and easy.

It was definitely not an easy hike. I’m starting and not in the best shape and had trouble with the incline/roots. Views were amazing and I plan to try it again when I have a few more trails under my belt.

I enjoyed this trail. Definitely more in the moderate category. There were tough sections for somebody starting out and in not such great shape (like me). Overall, enjoyable, especially the parts along the water.

Down the north trail to the waterfront is pleasant and easy. Up the south loop is strenuous at first then fairly easy for the remainder. Scenic wooded trail all the way.

Definitely more moderate than easy, which was disappointing when I wanted something easy. Views were okay. I didn’t enjoy the steepness in some area and the narrow trails.

A great day trail I would definitely do it again but with caution, The South Ridge trail (ranked Most Difficult by Washington State Parks), I wouldn’t recommend that part of the trail for mountain biking or traveling with children due to the rough conditions. Such as over grown roots everywhere, steep narrow ledges within inches of where you are stepping, downhill turns with large rocks that’s well hidden. Fun trail but not easy possibly moderate depending on your physical abilities.

Great hike for beginners like me! Beautiful trail along the lake.

I loved this trail a lot, I have to give it 3 stars for being mislabeled. It was a total distance of 3.4 miles (according to St. Edwards website), and much more of an intermediate trail due to steep inclines and tree roots. I took my 8 and almost 6 year old on this trail and we started on the north loop, but had to take seminary trail out because this ended up being longer than expected and they were getting tired. I carried my 6 year old out on piggy back because she was too tired with the inclines. Had it only been myself I would rate it as very enjoyable trail with majestic scenery and a great halfway point by the beach. I wouldn’t recommend this trail for kids under 8 unless they are seasoned hikers and have an agreeable personality.

A great trail. It was a little muddy in spots but overall pretty dry. I liked the bicycle barricades for the people that just want to hike. This was a Goldilocks trail for me: not too long, not too short, not too difficult, not too easy. From the North Trail down to the beach it was all downhill, the beach was pretty flat, and the South Canyon Trail and Orchard Loop were mostly uphill but you're already 2/3 of the way done by the time you get to the South Canyon Trail. I really enjoyed this and will do it again.

short but sweet, very close to the city so it can be explored while in a time crunch

Very slippery after a rain the previous day

Beautiful hike and great for kids and dogs! The water was pretty warm and the kids can jump off the logs into the water. You need Discovery pass to park. The playground before the hike is amazing too!

Breath taking short hike. A lot of down hill, with the last quarter being a bit of a steep incline with a bit of mud. Definitely be careful of mean owls and large eagles on the hunt for small dogs, and even little kids. We saw to a of them and there are even signs posted about the owls attacking humans.

Perfect starter hike for a kiddo. My 3 year walked the entire way and was rewarded by both the beach stop and playground stop.

4 months ago

Beautiful trails close to the city! The trails are a bit steep going up and down but are short to make it easier. Would recommend this trail!

definitely not easy but a great hike

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