A fun time on a new trail


The penultimate section of the East Lake Sammamish Trail reopened yesterday to the delight of 70+ bikers, walkers, scooters and other supporters. The trail opening festivities included decorating the plaza trellis with wishes for future use, hot beverages for attendees, and a Cascade Bicycle Club sponsored tune-up station. This 1.2-mile-long segment runs from Southeast 43rd…

Grand opening of the East Lake Sammamish Trail Segment A!


King County Parks is excited to announce the opening of Segment A of the East Lake Sammamish Trail tomorrow, January 17! This 1.2-mile-long segment of the ELST runs from SE 43rd Way to SE 33rd St. View invitation and RSVP for the event to attend After a brief ribbon cutting ceremony and award presentation, we…

Up with a Twist – a special evening at Teatro Zinzanni


Support local circus by attending a special evening at Teatro Zinanni.  For the past three months Teatro Zinzanni has been lighting up Marymoor Park with their show Love, Chaos and Dinner. On Monday, February 5 they will be switching up their performance schedule to host the annual gala for the School of Acrobatics & New…

Our year in review: take a stroll down the 2017 Parks Walk of Fame


Looking back on 2017, King County Parks has had a busy year. Here are ten of our favorite plog posts and accomplishments. Take a stroll down the Parks Walk of Fame: 1) Granite Creek Trailhead opened Blog post: Skip the crowds at Mailbox and check out the new Granite Creek Trailhead 2) New Solar Panels at…

You are here! New trail kiosks


Anyone that has been out on King County Parks’ Regional Trails System has probably run into one of our cool kiosks. Blue-roofed and four-sided, these kiosks hold information about some of our more popular regional trails, a full trail map of the entire network, and now – a smaller detail map showing you where you…