Why Trails?

Tell us about regional trails: Do you use them? If not, why not? What do you like about them? How could they be better?

We want to hear about your experience on our regional trails – take this four-minute survey to help us understand how we can improve regional trails in the future.

Regional trails are those wide, paved trails or hard gravel paths with gentle grades, such as the Burke-Gilman, Sammamish River, Interurban, Green River and Cedar River Trails. There are some 300 miles of regional trails connecting communities across King County, offering opportunities for recreation and non-motorized transportation.

But wait…there’s more! Complete the survey and be entered in a drawing for the chance to win two nights in a yurt at Tolt-MacDonald Park. Just include your email address at the end of the survey.

The survey will be open until Friday, Oct 5th.

The information we collect will help us gain a better understanding of residents’ use and knowledge of regional trails. Ultimately, it will help shape how Parks and our partners communicate about and promote the use of regional trails.

Our vision is regional trails for all ages and abilities to connect communities, inspire healthy living, and support a sustainable future.

Don’t delay – help us continue the awesome! Thank you!

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