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

Woodinville, Washington Map

Went with family. Oldest 76 youngest 7. We had a great time. They have walking only trails or trails for all including horses. Parts of the trails had roots in the pathway so watch your footing. If you go the loop... I hear it’s like a 45 min hike. We did an extended hike by taking the long way every time we came to a split ( signs telling you how long each path is back to parking lot). We were out for a couple hours or more. Nothing real steep so it was a nice walk.

Love this hike. Took the kids on it and we had a blast exploring all the nature. Love that it's so close to the 'burbs but feels like you're in the middle of nowhere.

well maintained trail. no views in summer. could be very pretty in the fall, lots of deciduous trees. did not see anyone else on trail.

Lovely woodsy walk. Path has nice rolling hills and roots through out

Personal review: this is a magical place, and I visit as often as I can. The energy in the forest is pure and it washes over you when you enter so that everyone you meet is smiling. It is a very special place.

Practical review: This is my oasis from the city. It’s big enough that you there are choices of trails, but not so big that you could get lost. It is also well marked, and there is an interactive map online (if you, for some reason can’t use the AllTrals app), and yes, there is service throughout, but do try to remember why you’re in the forest...
There are trails for walkers exclusively, but the equestrians & cyclists are respectful of sharing the mixed paths. It’s clear of trash (pack it in, pack it out), and mostly free from noise pollution (sounds of traffic). There is fantastic tree cover, so even if it’s raining or hot out, the temp is moderate and you don’t get drenched. It is tethered-dog and accompanied-child friendly. There are berries growing on the path (I’ve seen blackberries and Red Huckleberries (ATTN: Please consult a nature identification source prior to eating anything you do not recognise; some red berries are safe, but some are poisonous. Better safe than sorry.)


decent trails. solid walking, great for dogs, okay for biking. mostly trail riding for mountain bikes with 2 parks easy to get to if you follow the main trail, otherwise trails are full of uprooted roots.

Nice forest walk with well marked trails. Even my cat liked it.

This hike was amazing, hands down my favorite one so far. The birds are everywhere and the trees were beautiful. Easy trail for anyone with very minimal elevation. The trails were marked well too. Great place!!

3 months ago

I took my three kids on these trails for the first time today and we had an amazing time! It was nice and long, without being so steep that they started complaining right away :) We will definitely be back often. It would be nice to have a real restroom rather than a port-a-potty, though...

Great day of hiking- 5-6 miles, flat easy trail. Sharing the trail with mountain bikers & horses. Close to town, shady with lots of greenery & wildlife. Recommend to families....

Took the family there for a hike and we had a great time,
Kids ages are 9,5,1. We will be going back

Went here for a couple hours. Nice trail with a lot of roots to work on balance and technical skill. I'm new to mountain biking so it was pretty fun. Mosquitoes were a tad aggressive if you had to stop in the woods.

Oh and a lot of family's hiking, hopefully it was just because it was mothers day.

Decent trail, started out really easy and then there is a little uphill. Overall good trail though not too much to see except trees. Near the trailhead there is a tree house which is a surprise to see. There is no signage except the king county fitness challenge trail signs which was helpful to follow. Also note that there is barely any parking space at the trailhead, maybe space for 3 cars max.

Easy trail, plenty of shade and a few routes to detour

Nice wooded hike. Flat and easy.

Not especially nice but very quiet and easy on the old dogs

Great clean trail! Good for bikes, young kiddos, and those with knee issue.

great for kids and dogs. we will be back

Trail was in really good condition considering the amount of rain we have had.

This is a nice easy trail. It's in good shape, too, though a little muddy in spots. My wife and I walked it with our 6 month old puppy. It was her first time in the woods. She loved it. We ran into one other couple with their dogs. Not much in the way of views except for the woods. This was our first time using the app on my iPhone, too. It was really handy to be able to view our progress on the route.

Love this place

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Good walking area for people who hate heights but I find the area worth visiting maybe once or twice and that's it. As others have said- there isn't much to see in terms or water or elevation gain. Still a very pretty area. Great for youngsters.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Not much elevation gain. So good for my troubled knees. The trail is in good condition but there’s no water feature and not much view.

Sunday, September 24, 2017

great little quick woodsy urban hike. Beautiful old growth and almost always alone. Can squeeze 3 miles out of it with additional side excursions. Very well maintained. Woodinville nugget.

Monday, September 04, 2017

Did the main loop and then went down the south path that continues on to a less maintained trail. Ends up at a power line overlooking a steep cliff with a great view of Duval and the valley. We headed back along the power line trail then connected back to the second loop and returned to the regular path. Nice and easy.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Very nice! Clean trails (e.g. No hirse and dog poop). Friendly people. Friendly dogs. Love the last area with benches to relax, stretch, whatever.

Sunday, August 06, 2017

Bear sighting prior to my visit and signs of bears on trail. Nice nature hike. Minimal difficulty.

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