Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails near Seattle with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Beautiful, easy hike that makes for a lovely weekend stroll. Bring the kids or a dog and enjoy change of scenery as the trail goes from woods to coastline beach. Some areas were a tad muddy for walking shoes, and the area by the lighthouse can get windy in the winter.

Nice and chill trail. Fun for all ages. Best time to visit is when the sun goes down and enjoy the sunset on the beach.

walking
1 month ago

We live right by Olympic Sculpture Park, and are lucky enough to walk on this trail most days! It is absolutely stunning and well-maintained. Make sure to stop and enjoy the scenery every so-often, or you’ll miss the views (or an orca, or a sea lion).

hiking
1 month ago

Recent wind storm made some trails inaccessible or closed off. Did make a decent hike out of it before the ferry

hiking
2 months ago

Dog friendly on leash or dog off leash with excellent use of verbal commands. Most of the time in the fall there is plenty of space for everyone on the trail especially during the weekdays. Crowds during weekend.

Easy trail to walk if you're going down to the lighthouse, a little more moderate going back up. There are well-kept trails and very nice views. The only drawback is the sewage treatment facility that sometimes makes a really foul odor, but it's worth seeing at least once.

Nice hour long hike. There's cool viewpoints but a lot of side trails that aren't marked.

long fun trail. not much cover from the sun.

My girls and I love this park and like the many trails it has to offer.

Had some beautiful views, but it wasn't completely wheelchair accessible.

easy walk. nice view on the lake and lighthouse on the middle of the loop.
i recommend!

A workout! The south beach trail is definitely not wheelchair accessible with lots of steps. But in some places the trails are very accessible. Views are stunning. The lighthouse
/sound is a nice halfway rest. Great rewards!!

This hike is easy to moderate. Along the way you can pick blueberries and raspberries. To get to the West Point Lighthouse take the hidden valley trail. There is descending of stairs on the way to the lighthouse, be careful to watch your step because some of the steps are warn down (made of wood) and nails. As well, there is a distinct smell from the treatment plant when getting close to the lighthouse.

I walked this the first time in 2008 from King St station through Pioneer Square and Pike Place Market, to the Space Needle and over to Centennial Park and back. I came back 4 years later to do it again

road biking
5 months ago

I have a SUPER RAD group of friends that bike this once a week for a casual, chill ride and catch up time with friends! So many fun mems! ♡ :)

This isn't really a trail. It is just walking around downtown Seattle. This may be fun for tourists, but don't expect to see much nature. Though there be wildlife abound (like people.)

Wonderful views of the Puget Sound! Definitely going to be a return visitor!

Beautiful scenery of The Sound and Olympics, even Rainier. You'll spot tons of creatures from birds to sea life. Great for spring and summer outings. I love that this is such a walk-able city!

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