Explore the most popular road biking trails in Washington with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Run run I run it too!

Easy walk with great ocean views. Good workout.

Such a beautiful trail my girls loved wadding in the creek and it’s an easy path for toddlers. We really enjoyed this trail. There’s also some big boulders for climbing with the older kids near the entrance. A great place for a family day outdoors.

This is a great little hike on an unpaved trail. It was really beautiful, especially along side the creek. Parking lot is at Sprinker, we actually passed by it, so keep a look out as the entrance is right next to the big parking lot near the woods. We did this trail on a Sunday and it was not busy at all. There is another walking area almost right across the street at Spanaway Lake, it is a paved trail and since we were there we decided to do both. So glad we did bc I had no idea that Spanaway Lake was that big! Super fun day and do both trails!

way to many people

3 days ago

Beautiful, diverse trail. Deep Creek is currently unpassable due to water flow - cross on 7 Mile road. Tranquility was a bit marred by the sounds emanating from the ORV park, but the sights made up for it.

Loved coming here to de-stress.

trail running
4 days ago

Very good run and obviously a beautiful view of the Puget Sound. I did this with my son and he enjoyed it as well. Will definitely do it again.

Great trail for families. Watch out for the bicycles though.

This needs to be removed from this app, trail is closed to anyone who isn’t a resident there, signs all over saying “No trespassing” for HOA owners only!

private trail. only available to hoa. useless

This is a great trail for walking, running, biking and strollers. The main path is pathed and easy to pass others. It’s a nice stroll and we even ran into 2 young deer on the path.

Right out my front door. The perfect trail for a multitude of outdoor activities.

11 days ago

This park is easy peasy. A great place for families, strollers and older people. There are very few outside trails away from the paved paths. With a playground, baseball fields and picnic areas. The lake seems to produce a lot of fishermen fishing from the shores. It’s a great place if wanting to run or jog on smooth pavement with no inclines. I came on a sunny Saturday and there was very limited parking and the park was packed. A great place for dog walkers, which is why we came. Overall it is very nice.

No birds when we went, but lots of interesting driftwood and rocks to examine. We just drove up to the reserve boundary, parked on the side of the road, and walked from there. Not really a hike, but an enjoyable stroll.

trail running
11 days ago

It was OK, the trail goes through neighborhoods so not lots of stop and go.

Well paved, pretty scenery, great family walk

Nice cool day for quick 30 minute walk

Not dog friendly. But a beautiful walk.

busy but beautiful park like setting. shallow swimming and wading pools that are great in the summer

trail running
15 days ago

Beautiful blue bird day.

Great family Park and trail. It is stroller friendly with great play area. Trail is great for dog walking. The lake provides fishing opportunities as well.

trail running
17 days ago

Great paved road for running.

Lovely area lots of bird activity. Heads up though dogs are not allowed on boardwalk. Which is the better part of the trail.

18 days ago

This trail offers a picturesque view of the bay and downtown Seattle. But the constant traffic noise is somewhat irritating.

18 days ago

The views.

26 days ago

This trail is very nice! Only thing I didn’t like about it is, the fact that the freeway is visible and very noisy. (Reason for only 4 stars) I’d definitely come back though, it’s right down the street from my house!

Being in the city can be stressful and having access to green spaces like this are invaluable to mental and physical health! This is a great place to walk to get your fill of chlorophyll when you can't get out for the weekend. Most trails are gravel, which means access for those who have difficulty walking. There are numerous benches along main paths to stop and rest if needed. You are able to get both green and blue scenery with trails that lead to Lake Washington. You do have to cross under ST 520 to get to the lake but the bridge construction will soon get rid of the walking tunnel under the bridge and make it more pleasant. 4 stars for accessibility and only one star off for the noise of the cars, but hey in the city that's a given!

We walk here almost daily. Easy, paved trails, kids love to bike while I walk/run.

The trail was very well maintained. The area around the trail head was a little run down but once you get past it the scenery was nice. Took my 6 year old for a 3 mile walk. Easy road.

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